Final Fantasy VII

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Final Fantasy VII
Director(s)Yoshinori Kitase
Producer(s)Hironobu Sakaguchi
Programmer(s)Ken Narita
Composer(s)Nobuo Uematsu
SeriesFinal Fantasy
January 31, 1997
    • PlayStation
      • JP: January 31, 1997
      • NA: September 7, 1997
      • PAL: November 17, 1997
      • JP: October 2, 1997
      Microsoft Windows
      • NA/PAL: June 25, 1998
      • JP: May 16, 2013
      • WW: August 19, 2015
      PlayStation 4
      • WW: December 5, 2015
      • WW: July 7, 2016

Final Fantasy VII is a 1997 role-playing video game created by Square for the PlayStation console. It is the seventh major game in the Final Fantasy series.

Many people see the game as one of the most influential and important role-playing games to date. It is the highest-selling game in the series, having sold more than 13 million copies of the game.[1] Final Fantasy VII Remake released in April 2020.

Storyline[change | change source]

Plot[change | change source]

Final Fantasy VII follows the story of Cloud, who joins forces with many others to fight a new threat to the world while dealing with a seemingly terminal illness.

Characters[change | change source]

The main playable character is Cloud who is supported by Tifa, Aerith, and Barret.

Music[change | change source]

The music in Final Fantasy VII covers a wide variety of musical genres, including rock, techno, orchestral, and choral.

Spin-off titles[change | change source]

  • Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children – set 2 years after Final Fantasy VII
  • Before Crisis – set 6 years before Final Fantasy VII
  • Crisis Core – set 7 years before Final Fantasy VII
  • Dirge of Cerberus – set 3 years after Final Fantasy VII

References[change | change source]

  1. Gonzales, Gelo (August 7, 2020). "'Final Fantasy VII Remake' hits 5-million mark in global sales". Rappler. Retrieved July 4, 2021.

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