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21. Posted: Thu 4th Jun 2009 00:35 BST
Hmm... fair enough!
anyways, I wish that us Brits can play FFVII, I wonder how long it'll take before we get it...?
22. Posted: Fri 5th Jun 2009 00:09 BST
It's out for Europe today. Hopefully that wasn't too long a wait. Enjoy! I have barely played it, but it's been great so far.
Come on, friends,
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23. Posted: Fri 5th Jun 2009 00:14 BST
OH wow! It is too, instant buy for me, I'm so suprised of how my PSP has got a reboot recently from Yuusha 30 and FFVII.
24. Posted: Fri 5th Jun 2009 00:47 BST
Holy.... 1.3 GB!
I'll be waiting for this to download! lol
25. Posted: Sat 6th Jun 2009 16:28 BST
[quote=Adam]Wait, if I were to get a PSP, I wouldn't have to buy it twice, I could play it on there and PS3 since I already got it once? If I read that right, that's awesome.
@Adam... When you buy from the PSN store the game is yours. You can transfer it to 5 PS3 and 5 PSP. I have all my games on both my PS3's and PSP and only paid once. Oh and FF7 is one of the greatest RPGs ever created. The materia system is excellent. Its a little dated nowadays but stil very fun nontheless and clocks in at about 40hrs aside from side missions. Next week we get Metal Gear solid....Cant wait considering My copy got stolen when I was in college along with FF8 Have fun with that game its is awesome. Im going to get it down the road just got to much to play at the moment.
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26. Posted: Sat 6th Jun 2009 16:29 BST
Everyone is getting FF7 very soon.... Japan got it weeks ago. They waited until E3 to launch in the states.
27. Posted: Sat 6th Jun 2009 17:05 BST
Next week we get MGS? Source? I hope that's true. Very good game. Despite awful controls, it's possibly the best in the series.
28. Posted: Sun 7th Jun 2009 02:15 BST
I think I saw that on IGN. I bought that game day one release back in the day and its still my fav Metal Gear game to date.
29. Posted: Sun 7th Jun 2009 14:59 BST
i have the black label ff7. im am not letting it go either.i want to download it but i already own it. but its like 3 disc and if i downloaded it there would be no hassle switching discs.oh, and i could put it on my psp. what do you guys think should i download it again?
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30. Posted: Sun 7th Jun 2009 16:24 BST
What does it mean that it is "black label"? If the content is the same, you might as well. You might even be able to sell the original to pay for it and make a bit extra. I'd much rather have it digital, especially since you have a PSP, too.
31. Posted: Sun 7th Jun 2009 16:30 BST
Black label means original release, non-green-label Greatest Hits version....I guess it's worth a little more/more exlusive, same with SotN non-greatest hits. Unfortunately my drunk-at-the-time brother was home from college and stepped on my case...FF7's "black" version now lives in 3 single CD cases.
The PSP use = must-download...I'd get a big memory stick though. I tried playing it remote-play, and I couldn't ever get a good enough connection not to have control-lag. I tried to play R-Type Dimensions and LOL-ed at the delay.
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32. Posted: Tue 9th Jun 2009 17:07 BST
Well, I think it might be time I finally invested in a PSP, maybe. I don't know. Does it actually look any better playing on the machine?
Still, I'd much rather prefer a full remake of the game - there's enough of a market out there to make the project viable.
33. Posted: Tue 9th Jun 2009 21:19 BST
Well, I think it might be time I finally invested in a PSP, maybe. I don't know. Does it actually look any better playing on the machine?Still, I'd much rather prefer a full remake of the game - there's enough of a market out there to make the project viable.
The only Quibble that I'll have graphics wise with PS1 emulation on the PSP is that it doesn't look identical to what it looks like on a TV screen, it uses a wee bit of dithering, which causes low res text to be a little unreadable, which is annoying. However there are different screen modes for PS1 emulation, for FFVII I use Zoomed mode, yes you do lose a bit of the top and bottom of screen, but at least the text looks less blurry. But like people say, when you buy PS1 games on the PSP, you actually get 2 linences, one for the PSP and another for the PS3, so you can upload the game to your PS3 and not pay any extra, and I believe it'll look better on the PS3.