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Final Fantasy VII's 'G Bike' minigame is getting a full mobile release


1:12 PM on 06.10.2014



Whatever your opinion is on where Final Fantasy VII ranks in the franchise, you can't dispute its iconic status. With minigames ranging from gambling to VR fighting to snowboarding, odds are you remember a lot of different parts from the journeys of Cloud and crew.

One of the biggest minigames -- G Bike -- is seeing a full mobile release on iOs and Android soon. It'll have new gameplay bits, as well as new jumping and sliding mechanics. Square Enix and CyberConnect2 are handling the development, which will see a release later this year. We might also see more standalone Final Fantasy VII mobile games in the future.

Haha, this probably takes the cake for the most bizarre E3 news of the day.

Final Fantasy G Bike [Games Talk via Gematsu]






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