Final Fantasy VII is a role-playing video game developed and published by Square for the PlayStation platform. Final Fantasy VII (It is a working video game) is a role-played video game. It is the seventh chapter of the Final Fantasy series and the first in the series to display three-dimensional photographs that show entire characters on pre-rendered sets.
This is released in 1997. Final Fantasy VII’s plot focuses on the protagonist Cloud Strife a mercenary, who first joins the ecoterrorist AVALANCHE group to stop the global control of the Shinra company, which drinks the life of the planet as an energy source. As the story continues, Cloud and its supporters are embroiled in a battle with Sefirot, the game ‘s primary villain, presenting an even more significant threat to the world.
Production of Final Fantasy VII began in 1994. The game was initially planned for the Entertainment System Super Nintendo. However, it was transferred to Nintendo 64. Nevertheless, because Nintendo 64 cartridges had little storage space, Square wanted to move them to the PlayStation device, as they needed a CD-ROM as a storage medium.
Final Fantasy VII was directed by Yoshinori Kitase, composed by Hironobu Sakaguchi, Kazushige Nojima and Kitase. Music was produced by the veteran of the saga Nobuo Uematsu, Tetsuya Nomura, and a former model, Yoshitaka Amano. The “Final Fantasy VII Reboot” production team was responsible for most aspects of the story. Two of his works is commonly known as “Final Fantasy XIII” and “Final Fantasy XV.”