A corrupt company, by the name of ShinRa is draining the energy out of the (nameless) planet and conducting expiriments on living things. Enviromental and social callamities, such as the pollution of the air and seas, overpopulation, high drug rate and treating women like objects. A mercenary and a rough and tough organization by the name of Avalanche must put an end to ShinRa, but a couple of ShinRa victims might be causing a bigger threat. One of the ShinRa victims is an alien that crash-landed on the planet and killed an ancient race. The other ShinRa victim is a man in a trench coat that wants to rule the world and summon the doomsday meteorite.
Jenova Synthesis <firstname.lastname@example.org>
The story of a love that can never be, and a hate that always was.
See more »
7 September 1997 (USA)
See more »
Also Known As:
Final Fantasy VII
See more »
See more on IMDbPro »
Aspect Ratio: 1.33 : 1
See full technical specs
Did You Know?
This is the first Final Fantasy game to use profanity including the use of "Shit" and "Wench" and many uses of swearing symbols in the 1997 Playstation 1 version. Later on in the 1998 PC version the profanity was toned down and the word "Shit" and "Wench" was replaced with more swearing symbols. See more
In the motorcycle chase scene, Cloud Strife gets on a motorcycle and escapes Shinra Headquarters. In the mini game including the arcade game G-bike, Cloud is seen swinging his huge buster sword left and right while riding his motorcycle on the freeway. This would not work as the huge buster sword he swings would actually pull Cloud on the side and cause him to crash. It would've been better if he used a much lighter thinner sword to knock the red and yellow Shinra soldiers down and it wouldn't pull Cloud down like his heavy oversized buster sword would. See more
C'mon newcomer. Follow me.
After the closing events of the story, just before the end credits begin, an enigmatic shot of Aeris is shown, more or less identical to the first shot of her at the very beginning of the game. See more
A retranslation of the American game was released in Japan under the title of Final Fantasy VII International which included a Guide on a PSX disk See more
Referenced in Kingdom Hearts Re: coded
One-Winged Angel: Sephiroth Choir
Composed by Nobuo Uematsu
Soprano: Matsue Fukushima, Minae Fujisaki
Alto: Kazuko Nakano, Saki Ono
Tenor: Toru Tabei
, Daisuke Hara
Bass: Toshizumi Sakai, Masashi Hamauzu See more