Square Enix Ltd., today announced that FINAL FANTASY® VII, the award-winning seventh entry in the FINAL FANTASY series, is now available on iOS devices. For the first time, a new generation of mobile gamers will have the opportunity to experience the game’s epic storyline, captivating characters and vast 3D world while on the go.
First released in 1997 on the PlayStation® computer entertainment system , FINAL FANTASY VII is universally regarded as a hallmark title of the RPG genre. FINAL FANTASY VII received high praise for its effortless storytelling, compelling cast and in game cut scenes powered by cutting-edge technology of the time. Since then, the game has sold more than 11 million copies worldwide across multiple platforms and continues to receive widespread acclaim from critics and fans around the world.
Special features for the FINAL FANTASY VII mobile edition include:
? Simple and comfortable virtual controller design that enables a clear view of the action.
? The ability to choose between virtual analogue or fixed four-way digital control pad options.
? Adjustable opacity of on-screen controls through the configuration menu.
? Option to turn enemy encounters off on the world/area maps* and a Max Stats command that enables players to become all-powerful in the blink of an eye.
Also available today on the App Store for iPhone and iPad and on Google Play for Android devices is the English version of the FINAL FANTASY PORTAL APP – the comprehensive source for all the latest news on games, publications, music, goods, and events related to FINAL FANTASY. Aside from information about mobile game titles, players will also have access to app-exclusive promotional videos and secret information! The popular Triple Triad card game from FINAL FANTASY VIII also makes its mobile debut, and will be playable through the app.
In addition, to commemorate the launch of the FINAL FANTASY PORTAL APP, fans will be able to get a free download of the paid in-app game FINAL FANTASY (Portal Version) for a limited time! (Until 6:59 a.m., September 1st, 2015 (GMT).