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Final Fantasy VII iOS Version Allows Players To Cheat

Final Fantasy VII iOS Version Allows Players To Cheat
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Final Fantasy VII iOS Version Allows Players To Cheat

“Final Fantasy VII,” one of the most critically acclaimed and best-selling role-playing games for the PlayStation, has been released for iOS users courtesy of Square Enix.

“Final Fantasy VII,” one of the most critically acclaimed and best-selling role-playing games for the PlayStation, has been released for iOS users courtesy of Square Enix.

Sure, you can play the game on your old PSOne. You can even get it for PC and the PS4. But for mobile users who simply want on-the-go gaming at their fingertips, they need to look no further than the Apple Store.

Also read: Square Enix Has Released Final Fantasy Type-0 For Personal Computers, But Why Are People Complaining?

Version for cheaters?

Hardcore gamers who prefer the old-fashioned way of gaming will be disappointed to find out that this release will allow players to instantly raise character levels via a “max stats” feature.

Another bonus for those who want it easy? Turning off random encounters. That’s right. A Final Fantasy game without enemies randomly interrupting your journey.

Can you play it?

iOS users in the United States will still have to wait, though. “Final Fantasy VII” for iOS is still available for New Zealand customers. According to the country’s Apple Store page, the game is recommended to be played using iPhone 5s or later, 3rd generation iPad or later, iPad mini 2 or later, all of which running on iOS 8.0 or later.

U.S. players still have no choice but to abuse the Refresh button over at the Apple Store website to see the exact moment Square Enix rolls out “Final Fantasy VII.”

Here’s a game that can keep us busy while we wait for the game’s remake.

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About Will Cabrera

Will is the Senior Copy Editor for Morning News USA. He has extensive years of experience in the news industry. Aside from current events and books, he is also into video games, movies, and anime series.

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