Is it possible to rename a character (via some kind of a hack) after he/she joins your team in Final Fantasy VII? I'm playing the re-released (2012) version for the PC.
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.
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."
I almost finished Final Fantasy VII on a PSX emulator running on Ubuntu, but now I would like to play the last hours on the pc version, maybe with graphical and audio mods (non-MIDI music and characters in the map as during the fights). Is that possible?
Can you fly the Blackjack freely in the overworld in Final Fantasy VI? I just finished the opera scene and it brought me to the other continent. I can't seem to be able to fly it freely like the Highwind in Final Fantasy VII. Am I missing something?
Possible Duplicate: 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.
differences I should be aware of before choosing ? I don't want opinions because this is not a shopping question. I want to know if a version has differences that alters the gameplay in anyway making it the cheap version (just like the PC version of Final Fantasy VII which was full of bugs and with disaster music). So. Are there any real differences I should be aware of ? ...I've never really played Final Fantasy VI. I've tried a few times, but never cleared it entirely. I'm a big RPG fan, and I want to make sure I get the best out of my first playthrough. I've just
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
Is it possible to buy FF VII for PC other than used? I cannot find it anywhere in stores, and the used copies on Amazon are far too high price (and I can expect damaged CDs)
In Final Fantasy II, your characters have no restrictions with what they can attack with, wear as armour or cast as spells. Each character just gets better at whatever it is you make them do. However, as per most role playing games, there are penalties for wielding specific weapons or wearing specific armour and casting spells. The Final Fantasy Wiki helpfully provides a number of tables... providing any details regarding what is meant by "later". So, what specific version of Final Fantasy II removed the magic penalty for wielding weapons and wearing armour?