PS3 and PSP versions of Final Fantasy VII may finally be heading outside of Japan.

This glimmer of hope comes from the US rating board, the ESRB, which lists the games on its website (spotted by vg247).

We've dropped Square Enix Europe a line, although confirmation may tumble from E3 this week.

Final Fantasy VII is one of the most highly regarded videogames of all time, and was released on the Japanese PS Store back in April and cost roughly ten pounds.

Final Fantasy XIII will make a Western appearance next year on PS3 and Xbox 360. The RPG will be released this year as a PS3 exclusive in Japan, where a demo has already been offered.

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