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'Final Fantasy VII' Launches on Steam

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One of the biggest role playing games of all time is now available through Steam. Square Enix has just launched Final Fantasy VII on the service, almost a year after re-releasing the Windows version on its own site. The Steam version appears to be identical to that edition, which means it includes both achievements and cloud saving, in addition to the convenience of purchasing through Valve's digital store. The seminal RPG, originally released on PlayStation back in 1997, will cost you $11.99. The news comes just days after Square Enix revealed a special pre-order bonus for the upcoming Lightning Returns: FInal Fantasy XIII, which will let players dress Lightning up as Cloud, FF VII's spiky haired, giant sword-wielding hero.

 

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  • Daniel Said:

    With all due respect, why is this new here? Is there a version for Linux of this game?

  • Ryan Said:

    I agree with Daniel, it doesn't say anything about it coming to Linux....

  • DuckZ Said:

    I'm not paying for something that will require me tweaking with wine and in the end might not even work. Is the Linux version coming?


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