Square Enix has officially released its seventh game in the critically acclaimed series, Final Fantasy VII, for Android devices. The RPG game was originally released for Playstation, and went on to become a super hit.
It was later ported to PCs as well. But it appears that the Android version of Final Fantasy VII is a direct port of the PSX version.
Many reviews at the Play Store listing (linked below), point to the fact that the game is indeed a port wrapped in a touch screen emulator. And it also seems that Square Enix has not bothered to redo the videos, for the cut-scenes, and they appear in a teal colour, possibly a discoloration issue because of the emulator it uses.
Nevertheless, the game is still solid, and is worth giving a shot.
Buy Final Fantasy VII for $15.99 (about Rs 990) from the Google Play Store.
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It is because of these insane price tags (for a repacked 20-year old game) with no enhancements whatsoever, that most people prefer running the original game using a premium emulator (which you pay for once, and can play any number of games on). If you fall into that category, consider buying ePSXE or FPSE.