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Let’s Play Final Fantasy VII PS4 With Video Commentary December 6, 2015

Posted by Maniac in Let's Play, Site Videos.
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Yesterday, Square Enix finally released Final Fantasy VII on the PlayStation 4.  Considered by many to be one of the greatest games ever released for the original PlayStation, Final Fantasy VII is credited as being the game that made traditional Console Role-Playing Games (CRPGs or JRPGs if you prefer) popular in the West.  However, physical copies of the game are hard to come by, and Maniac had been waiting for the game to get released on the PS4 so he could finally get a chance to play it.

For those of you interested in learning more about any of the content Maniac mentioned in his Let’s Play, don’t worry.  You can view episodes of Pokémon ‘Bridged on 1KidsEntertainment’s YouTube Channel.  You can watch any content produced by Team Four Star, including their Final Fantasy VII Machinabridged series, on their official website or their YouTube Channel.  you can watch some of Jessi Nowack’s work on the previously mentioned Pokémon ‘Bridged and Final Fantasy VII Machinabridged, but she has her own YouTube Channel where she is currently working on a great series called Dark Swamp.

Don’t forget, you can always watch our live Let’s Plays on our official Twitch.TV channel.  If you would like for this series to continue, please feel free to leave a comment below.

So, now that Final Fantasy VII is on the PS4, how about Square ports Final Fantasy VIII or Final Fantasy IX?  We already have Final Fantasy X and Final Fantasy X-2 fully playable on the PS4.

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