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Submitted by Cyrus365 2061d ago | review

GamePro Arcade: Final Fantasy VII PSN Review

GamePro Arcade writes: "Square Enix hasn't always been Square Enix. Back in the day the famous company known for amazing RPG's was called by Squaresoft. Many remember that any time a game was released by these guys, that it would more than likely be an instant classic. What started this trend? Well, some have been fans since the NES/SNES days and others were fans after playing what many consider the best RPG of all time, Final Fantasy VII. It's been brought back in digital form and fans as well as newcomers should embrace and relive the adventures this classic has to offer." (Final Fantasy VII, PS3) 5/5

DonCorneo  +   2061d ago
This game looks good when played on the psp
but looks like crap on a HDTV

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