It seems Final Fantasy VII is holding no stoppages, when it comes to making its fierce comeback to show the world that it is still the dominant title in the franchise.
We first heard of the highly anticipated Final Fantasy VII: Remake announced last year by Square Enix (exclusively for the PS4 console); a couple weeks ago it was announced that it will be made into a Monopoly board game, and now freshly announced the iconic 1997 masterpiece originally released on the PlayStation One console is now available on the Google Play Store for $24.99.
Final Fantasy VII will require customers to have Android 4.3 as well as 4gb available on their memory space. For a more smoother gaming experience Square Enix advises the game to played on a recommended device, which they have kindly put together a list.
New features such as an encounter switch-off option have been introduced, allowing the player to turn off random encounters, as well as an unusual Max stat cheat option that boosts all character stats. But seriously where is the fun in that? it defeats the purpose of playing a Final Fantasy game.
However with good news there comes bad news as well, there is a bug that causes transports in the game to freeze, the only way to clear this is to restart the app. advises Square Enix.
Unfortunately there is still no further news on a release date for Final Fantasy VII: Remake, however we do know that it will have tie ins with Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children.
In the meantime why not relive the classic all over again.