One step closer to a Steam release?
Depending on who you ask, you’ll know that the best Final Fantasy game ever made by Square Enix was…Final Fantasy VI. However, the games that helped propel the company into mega-stardom, Final Fantasy VII and VIII, were the first titles in the PlayStation era where the franchise went fully 3D. In FFVIII’s case, it was the first time the series ever incorporated non-SD models throughout the game.
Over the past few months, there have been updates for both games on Steam, with their database pages receiving achievements and other such information. It seems that both are one step closer to coming to the PC, as the pages have recently been updated with logos from both games.
It’s an excellent decision to bring them to Steam – especially since you can only get them for PC via EA, and you’ll have to put up with their DRM to play. We’ll keep you updated with more details as they arrive.