Final Fantasy VII Now Available on iOS

Final Fantasy VII

Final Fantasy VII is now available on iOS. The game is available in the App Store for £11.99 for both iPhone and iPad. The game requires iOS 8.0 or later, and will run on iPhone 5s and later, iPad 3 and later, or iPad mini 2 and later. While the game only requires 2GB of memory, 4GB of free space is necessary.

It should be noted that this is in no way a remake, it is simply a mobile port of the PC version. No changes to the story have been made, however an option to disable random encounters has been added, along with command to max out stats and become all-powerful.

The game features 2 different control methods: a digital d-pad, for fixed four-way control: or a virtual analogue, for omni-directional freedom. Players may also control the opacity of the on-screen controls to make them less obtrusive.

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Matthew Guiste

I've been a gamer for as long as I can remember, and probably longer still. It started out with my dad's Atari, eventually I moved onto a NES, and a Sega Megadrive but the defining console, and year, for me was the PlayStation in 1999: the year Final Fantasy VIII was released. Since then I've been a hardcore gamer, though not competitive in any way. I started out with JRPG's, and these days I usually play RPG's and FPS's. There are two things I really look for in a game: good character customisation, and an open world. So it should be no surprise that my favourite game series is Fallout. A game with a really good story, like Bioshock or The Last of Us, will bypass my usual requirements, but those types of games are few and far between these days. I'll play games on anything: Xbox, PlayStation, Nintendo, iPad, or PC, but I spend most of my time on PC thanks to Steam.

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