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. Written by
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The story of a love that can never be, and a hate that always was.
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Did You Know?
Final Fantasy VII is the first game in the series to suggest the origin of monsters; Shinra experiments with mako energy on live test subjects. Previous games omitted any sort of explanation, with the existence of monster never questioned by the characters. Thus far, only four games in the main series have provided a rationale for the existence of monsters: Final Fantasy VII, Final Fantasy VIII
(1999), Final Fantasy IX
(2000) and Final Fantasy X
(2001). See more
In the Sector Five slums, Cloud will stop outside the pipe containing the sick man, and Aeris will say, "This guy are sick." 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
Referenced in Multiplayer
Soprano: Matsue Fukushima, Minae Fujisaki
Alto: Kazuko Nakano, Saki Ono
Tenor: Toru Tabei
, Daisuke Hara
Bass: Toshizumi Sakai, Masashi Hamauzu See more