In Final Fantasy VII is there any way to save Aeris?
I just finished Disc 1 of Final Fantasy VII where Sephiroth killed Aeris. Is Aeris permanently out of your party? The reason I ask is that I found Aeris has a level 4 limit break called Great Gospel.
Yes, there is no way to get her back without editing the save file or using some form of cheat device (game shark, pc game trainer, ect.).
For starters, I'm incredibly surprised you've managed to avoid knowing the answer to this question since 1997 when the game was released! Well done, in a way :)
I'd recommend just playing the game and finding out the answer to your question, as it's more meaningful to find out through the game than just reading it online. But in case you're really desperate...
Yes, she is totally, utterly dead. Like most deaths, it is irreversible (zombies excluded).
SPOILER: This question involves major plot points of the game. Now that I know Aeris dies I don't want to give her any equipment or materia because I'm afraid of losing it ... except at this point in the game I'm forced to have her in my party and without equipment/materia she brings my party down. So I wonder: Is it possible in Final Fantasy 7 to lose equipment by giving it to a character who leaves/dies? If you can answer for Aeris only it's still much appreciated.
I was wondering if is it possible to use my original PSOne saved games (in particular, from Final Fantasy VII, VIII, IX and Tactics) on the digital games downloaded from the PlayStation Store. Obviously after transfering these save files via the PS3 Memory Card adapter.
In Final Fantasy VII is there any way to save Aeris? I heard once you could bring her back to life.
I have got my original Playstation Final Fantasy VII discs in a box at home, and for the past 5 years have been meaning to go back and play the game but of course I never get around... play on my mobile phone? *under Cloud Saves button - "Whether you’re away from home or simply using a different computer to play, enjoy FINAL FANTASY VII wherever you are. With cloud save support in FINAL FANTASY VII you can continue your game progress right where you left off, all you need is an internet connection."
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One of the many games I've picked up recently is Breath of Death VII. While I am certainly digging the classic JRPG vibe, it also brings back unpleasant memories from Final Fantasy II. In Final Fantasy II, trying to run around aimlessly would simply get you killed 99% of the time, as you would suddenly be jumped by monsters that could kill you by merely blinking in your direction (which was the game's "clever" way of letting you know you should only visit that portion of the game world later). Does this happen in Breath of Death as well, or does the game allow, or even encourage, exploring
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Possible Duplicate: Does the Vita's backwards compatibility with PSP games extend to PS1 games? Amazon's description of the PS Vita states: Vita can play PSP titles, minis, PS one classics, video and comics from the PlayStation Store However, when I log into my PSN account on my new Vita, go to the store and my download history, for Final Fantasy IX it says: Cannot download using a PS Vita system Is Amazon's description incorrect, or is there some workaround for this?