Final Fantasy 7 Summary
Square Enix could be set to release a pair of physical bundles for Final Fantasy 3, 4, 7 and 8 for the PC on the 27th May.
According to a listing on Amazon, the bundles will be split into two physical releases; Final Fantasy 7 and 8 in one, while 3 and 4 get paired up in the other. Each pack will cost £19.99.
The Final Fantasy series, outside of MMOs, hasn't been visiting the PC space much. There's the occasional HD-remake that strikes out on desktops but major modern instalments have all stuck to console.
That could very likely change, according to Final Fantasy producer Yoshinori Kitase. Final Fantasy XIII was built on PC but then later ported, as Square was 'unsure of PC'.
Square Enix appears to be preparing Final Fantasy VII for Steam release complete with 36 achievements, saving to cloud and online profiles for comparison (bragging) with friends.
There will also be a Character Booster item topping up HP, MP and Gil for when you're in a spot of trouble. It was priced at £7.99 but no date was attached on FinalFantasyVIIPC.com.
Final Fantasy producer Yoshinori Kitase states that if Square-Enix decides to remake Final Fantasy VII, he may go George Lucas on the game and make changes to the gameplay mechanics while adding and removing content.
The Final Fantasy VII DLC will finally be available for LittleBigPlanet 2, after years of delay. The skins were supposed to be released alongside the original LittleBigPlanet Metal Gear Solid 4 skins back in 2008.