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Final Fantasy VII International PC version gets an “HD” retouch

Square Enix has just made Final Fantasy VII International for PC available for download at their e-Store. Bonuses in this version include a remastered "HD" rendering of the entire original game.

A legendary PSX game is now slated for a rather big change, as Square Enix has just made Final Fantasy VII International PC version available for download via Square Enix e-Store on May 16, 2013. It isn't exactly the much wished for remake though, but there's still a load of convenient features that would help you enjoy playing this RPG classic.

First of the new features available in this new Final Fantasy VII International PC version is the "HD" remastering of all of its content. The game screen is now adjusted to fit well into a 1920×1080 screen, and all 3D content would now have smoother edges, though of course its graphics level would still stay the same as its original PSX version.

There would also be "game booster" features, such as a 5x fast forward option, zero encounter and max stats option for those who need to progress quickly, or for those who are mainly interested in learning the game's story. Finally, you'll also be allowed to have a record of achievements made throughout the game as you progress in its story.

Final Fantasy VII International PC version costs 1500 yen (14.5 USD) at the Square Enix e-Store. However, they are currently holding a promotion campaign for its release, so the game would be available for only 1000 yen (9.7 USD) until May 20, 2013.

Source: 4Gamer (JP)

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