Final Fantasy VII, the original PlayStation classic from 1997, is coming to PlayStation 4 in spring 2015. It’s a port of the Windows version that was released in July 2013.
There’s not much more to reveal here. The Windows port of FF7 didn’t add anything significant to the game. Higher resolution, smoother performance, achievements. The only thing close to a gameplay change is a character booster that cuts down on the need for grinding.
Mostly it was just a polished version of Final Fantasy VII. Not that there’s anything wrong with that.
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