History Videogame / FinalFantasyVII

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** Vincent's Hellmasker transformation wears a [[Franchise/FridayThe13th hockey mask]] and wields a [[Franchise/TexasChainsawMassacre chainsaw]]. It's also a developer shoutout to Edgar from [=FFVI=].

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** Vincent's Hellmasker transformation wears a [[Franchise/FridayThe13th hockey mask]] and wields a [[Franchise/TexasChainsawMassacre [[Franchise/TheTexasChainsawMassacre chainsaw]]. It's also a developer shoutout to Edgar from [=FFVI=].
13th Aug '16 1:41:03 PM nombretomado
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* GaidenGame: ''DirgeOfCerberus'', ''CrisisCore'', and ''Before Crisis''.

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* GaidenGame: ''DirgeOfCerberus'', ''VideoGame/DirgeOfCerberus'', ''CrisisCore'', and ''Before Crisis''.



** An additional secret level, only known as Deepground, is located below both Midgar and the Slums, only accessible via the Sector 0 reactor. (''DirgeOfCerberus'')

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** An additional secret level, only known as Deepground, is located below both Midgar and the Slums, only accessible via the Sector 0 reactor. (''DirgeOfCerberus'') (''VideoGame/DirgeOfCerberus'')



** Meanwhile, in ''DirgeOfCerberus'', [[spoiler:it's revealed that Hojo uploaded himself onto the internet in order to defy death and continue to screw over the world.]]

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** Meanwhile, in ''DirgeOfCerberus'', ''VideoGame/DirgeOfCerberus'', [[spoiler:it's revealed that Hojo uploaded himself onto the internet in order to defy death and continue to screw over the world.]]



*** At least he kept his gruff appearance in ''DirgeOfCerberus''.

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*** At least he kept his gruff appearance in ''DirgeOfCerberus''.''VideoGame/DirgeOfCerberus''.



* {{Red Shirt}}s: In the original and CrisisCore, this role is filled by the Shinra army, who wear blue. In DirgeOfCerberus, the white-shirted WRO are the Red Shirts. The officers do however get the nifty red hats.

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* {{Red Shirt}}s: In the original and CrisisCore, this role is filled by the Shinra army, who wear blue. In DirgeOfCerberus, ''VideoGame/DirgeOfCerberus'', the white-shirted WRO are the Red Shirts. The officers do however get the nifty red hats.



** Hojo--injected Jenova cells into his body and utterly thrashed by the protagonists: '''[[DirgeOfCerberus Oh shi-]]'''

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** Hojo--injected Jenova cells into his body and utterly thrashed by the protagonists: '''[[DirgeOfCerberus '''[[VideoGame/DirgeOfCerberus Oh shi-]]'''
18th Jul '16 3:56:37 PM nombretomado
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* CombatPragmatist: [[spoiler:Yazoo [[JustShootHim shoots Cloud]] {{in the back}} while he's quietly contemplating his victory over Kadaj mere minutes earlier. Doesn't stick, though.]]



* DangerouslyGenreSavvy: [[spoiler:Yazoo [[JustShootHim shoots Cloud]] {{in the back}} while he's quietly contemplating his victory over Kadaj mere minutes earlier. Doesn't stick, though.]]
11th Jul '16 3:53:26 PM nombretomado
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* DeadlyEnvironmentPrison: The prison camp is in the middle of a desert. You get there by being dumped down a chute from the Golden Saucer, and nobody bothers to guard the place because the desert is impassable. The other prisoners will all tell you that people who go into the desert don't come back. (However, to prevent the game from becoming {{unwinnable}}, if ''you'' wander out into the desert, first you get lost but after a while someone shows up with a chocobo stagecoach and takes you back to prison.)
10th Jul '16 5:34:17 AM Berrenta
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* TheObiWan:
** Bugenhagen.
** Sephiroth serves as this to Zack and Cloud before he goes crazy.
7th Jul '16 6:05:27 AM nombretomado
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* OutsideContextVillain: Jenova.

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* OutsideContextVillain: OutsideContextProblem: Jenova.
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* GotVolunteered: The party needs to get to Upper Junon and fortunately there's a high-voltage tower that they might be able to get to the top of, if only ''somebody'' is willing to risk taking a chance leaping with "Mr. Dolphin" to make sure that option will be alright.
-->'''Tifa''': High voltage tower...... I guess this means Cloud'll be all right.
-->'''Aeris''': Yeah, better leave it to Cloud!
-->'''Red XIII''': We're counting on you, Cloud.
-->'''Cloud''': Hey!! Wait a second!
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* ClusterFBomb: Barret and Cid have a tendency to launch into these. The harsher curse words are censored, since this game has a "T" rating. Interestingly enough, the PC version was censored more than the PS1 version, with "hell" and "damn" censored too. Strangely, neither censors "shit!"

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* ClusterFBomb: Barret and Cid have a tendency to launch into these. The harsher curse words are censored, since this game has a "T" rating. Interestingly enough, the PC version was censored more than the PS1 [=PS1=] version, with "hell" and "damn" censored too. Strangely, neither censors "shit!"
28th May '16 11:57:43 AM nombretomado
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''Final Fantasy VII'' is the [[VideoGameLongRunners seventh entry]] in the [[RunningGag nerve-twistingly popular]] ''Franchise/FinalFantasy'' series. It's one of the most famous games of all time, as it helped extend console {{RPG}}s into the West's mainstream gamer community and was seen as the PlayStation's KillerApp in its battle against Sega and Nintendo. In 2013 it was released in downloadable form on Steam.

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''Final Fantasy VII'' is the [[VideoGameLongRunners seventh entry]] in the [[RunningGag nerve-twistingly popular]] ''Franchise/FinalFantasy'' series. It's one of the most famous games of all time, as it helped extend console {{RPG}}s into the West's mainstream gamer community and was seen as the PlayStation's UsefulNotes/PlayStation's KillerApp in its battle against Sega and Nintendo. In 2013 it was released in downloadable form on Steam.



Squaresoft (now Creator/SquareEnix) published ''Final Fantasy VII'' on Sony's PlayStation console after a falling-out with Nintendo over the latter's extreme censorship policies (as well as a reported refusal to move away from the industry-standard ROM cartridge, which severely limited the scope of a game). Sony was more than willing to permit more "mature" content on its systems; coupled with the [[TechnologyMarchesOn then-impressive]] storage capacity of the CD-ROM format, this proved to be much more accommodating to Square's design philosophy than Nintendo's restrictions.

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Squaresoft (now Creator/SquareEnix) published ''Final Fantasy VII'' on Sony's PlayStation [=PlayStation=] console after a falling-out with Nintendo over the latter's extreme censorship policies (as well as a reported refusal to move away from the industry-standard ROM cartridge, which severely limited the scope of a game). Sony was more than willing to permit more "mature" content on its systems; coupled with the [[TechnologyMarchesOn then-impressive]] storage capacity of the CD-ROM format, this proved to be much more accommodating to Square's design philosophy than Nintendo's restrictions.



* KillerApp: One of [[VideoGame/MetalGearSolid two]] main killer apps for the PlayStation. Also the killer app for Eastern [=RPGs=] in the west.

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* KillerApp: One of [[VideoGame/MetalGearSolid two]] main killer apps for the PlayStation.[=PlayStation=]. Also the killer app for Eastern [=RPGs=] in the west.
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* ChestMonster: As is a tradition with the ''Final Fantasy'' series, the Chest Monster is present in two areas:
** The first one is in the Shinra Mansion in Nibelheim. One of the second floor rooms (the one across from the bedroom Cloud sleeps in in the flashback at Kalm) has a safe in it with a number lock (the numbers are hidden in various parts of the mansion). When one attempts to open this safe, Cloud says, "[[ThisIsGonnaSuck I have a bad]] [[{{Foreshadowing}} feeling about this]]", and gives you the option to back away (consider it and make sure you heal and save the game outside of town). Trying the safe forces the player to put the combination in order in 30 seconds (you'll blow it if you scroll past a right number), and success rewards the player with a boss fight against Lost Number, a monster in the safe. This is one of the candidates for ThatOneBoss, but if the team is successful at killing it, they get Red XIII's Limited Moon LimitBreak manual as the item drop, the Odin summon materia, which pops out of the safe, and most importantly, the key to a side room in the basement; the team MUST beat this boss and retrieve this key to get to Vincent and recruit him into the party.
** The other is towards the end of the Ancient Temple. In the room with the clock, Cloud can arrange the hands to form a bridge to up to two doors. Doors 1 and 3 lead to booby-trapped treasure chests that each contain an enemy group exclusive to them (Door 1 has a Jemnezmy and a duo of Toxic Frogs at her side while Door 3 has a pair of 8 Eye blob enemies that can suck your health rapidly; all of them are very weak against Bio). Oh, and getting hit by the second hand dumps you into a pit, forces you to fight a pair of Ancient Dragons that surround you, and send you back to near the start of the dungeon (you'll find Cloud's Nail Bat weapon in this pit).
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