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Old 10-13-05, 11:38 AM   #1
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it was a great game...i want to load it all over again. i was saw somewhere in the forum about a 3rd party patch for the game that makes better gfx for the game.any info guys...?
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Old 10-13-05, 11:52 AM   #2
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Yeah it truly is/was a great game didn't like the pc version as much as the ps one, but still one of the greatest games ever! You should join the petitition of a ps3 remake of the game..

But here's the higher res thread: http://www.nvnews.net/vbulletin/show...=final+fantasy
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You could always buy the PSx version and use a psx emulator.
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Old 10-14-05, 11:10 AM   #4
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thx guys i'm on it...!
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it was a great game...i want to load it all over again. i was saw somewhere in the forum about a 3rd party patch for the game that makes better gfx for the game.any info guys...?
I have FF7 for the PC and currently use the 1.4 patch which enables Hardware Acceleration.
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I got the PS version on Ebay for my PS2. The analog sticks arn't supported, so you have to use the D-pad to move while constantly pressing the "run" button. Annoying. After playing a while, I discovered I needed a PS one compatible Memory card to save the game. Fortunately you can get them at Best buy for 7 bucks.
Great game. The character models are fugly though. Like Lego FF. Specially on a high def TV.
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get the pc version and use the high res patch. No better way to play it than that.
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get the pc version and use the high res patch. No better way to play it than that.
When you say the "High-Res patch" do you mean the 1.4 patch
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