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Final Fantasy 7
  • Publisher: Square Enix
  • Genre:RPG
  • Developer: Square
  • Release Date:Dec 31, 2014
  • # of Players:1 player
  • ESRB:T - Teen (Blood, Fantasy Violence, Language, Mild Suggestive Themes)
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Game Description:Released in 1997, Final Fantasy 7 was critically acclaimed as the title that redefined the standard for role-playing games. Introducing the now infamous rivalry between Cloud and Sephiroth, it delivered an intricate and emotionally compelling storyline through cutting-edge pre-rendered cinematic cut-scenes, and set in a rich, diverse world. The game features an acclaimed collection of musical scores and intense 3D battles, and is regarded as one of the most significant entries in the Final Fantasy series, and one of the most innovative games in the industry of all time.
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