Final Fantasy VII
ファイナルファンタジーVII インターナショナル
Final Fantasy VII Snowboarding


世界のエネルギーを支配し 政治をも動かす企業






"Shinra Company" --- A large conglomerate
that possesses all of the world's energy
and controls its politics.

Outraged by the Shinra, the inhabitants
formed the rebel group 'Avalanche'
to resist them.

After coming into contact with Avalanche
in a bar, Cloud joins their demolition mission
in return for a large reward.

Their target is the Shinra power plant Makoro.

Super Family Computer

Conceptual Screen Shots

Additional Conceptual Screen Shot

Japanese Release Date - Cancelled


Screen Shots

Japanese Contents
Japanese Box (Back)
United States Contents
United States Inside
Final Fantasy VII International Contents
Final Fantasy VII International CDs
Final Fantasy VII International Back
Final Fantasy VII International Side
Greatest Hits Re-release Contents
PSOne Re-release Cover and Spine
Advent Pieces: Limited (Front)
Advent Pieces: Limited (Inside)
Advent Pieces: Limited (Back)
Ultimate Hits (Front)
Ultimate Hits (Back)
Ultimate Hits (Contents)
Ultimate Hits (Additional Contents)

Japanese Release Date - January 31, 1997
United States Release Date - September 3, 1997

Personal Computer

Screen Shots

Inside (Top)
Inside (Bottom)
Eidos Platinum Collection Cover

United States Release Date - June 25, 1998

PlayStation (Beta Version)

Screen Shots

Additional Screen Shot

V Cast

Screen Shots

Additional Screen Shot

United States Release Date - April 1, 2005

PlayStation 3 Technical Demo

Screen Shots

Additional Screen Shot

mova SH 505i
(Character Generation Only)

Screen Shots

Additional Screen Shot


* The PC version was never released in Japan, making it the only Final Fantasy port to not be available in Japan.
* The USA release is the same as the Japanese Final Fantasy VII International minus the fourth disc.
* A PlayStation 2 version with improved graphics and sound was planned, but it was eventually cancelled.
* The Super Famicom Conceptual Screen Shots were made by the magazine that displayed them, not by Square.
* Final Fantasy VII Snowboarding costs $2.99 a month or $9.99 for unlimited use.