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Final Fantasy VII Videos and Trailers - PS3

Final Fantasy VII
  • Publisher: Square Enix
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  • Developer: Square
  • Release Date:Jun 2, 2009
  • # of Players:1 player
  • ESRB:T - Teen (Comic Mischief, Mild Fantasy Violence, Mild Language)
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Game Description:The RPG genre was never really considered a mainstream or popular genre -- that is, until the release of Final Fantasy VII on PlayStation. With Final Fantasy VII's historic release on PlayStation in June of 1997, role-playing games were finally given the respect that they deserved and the RPG genre is now one of the most significant and defining on the system. Following the story of Cloud Strife, gamers were taking on a fantastical journey that encompassed three CDs and over 40 hours worth of gameplay. The game continued the trend of using the series' staple turn-based battle system, complete with melee and elaborate magic attacks. [In June 2009, a downloadable version was released on the PlayStation Store for PS3 and PSP.]
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