ⓘ Final Fantasy VII: Perfect Guide
Final Fantasy VII: Perfect Guide, also known as the fourth disc of Final Fantasy VII among the fans, is a bonus disc bundled with Final Fantasy VII International for the PlayStation, released by Squaresoft on October 2, 1997 for Japan.
It provides information about places, items, weapons, armor, accessories, matter, characters, enemies, summons, means, early works, and footage from the alpha version of final fantasy VII.
It can be available on the PlayStation 3, PlayStation portable and PlayStation Vita via the PlayStation network version of final fantasy VII international, which was released in Japan for the PlayStation store.
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