Square Enix has confirmed that Final Fantasy VII will be released on the European PlayStation Store today. Hooray!

We thought this may be restricted to the US after Sony announced the PSN version during its E3 press conference on Tuesday night.

There's no word on price, but only the most extortionate of tags could dissuade us.

FFVII is held aloft by rat-punchers worldwide as an extraordinary RPG. The game follows Cloud on his quest to battle bad person Sephrioth, introducing a healthy supporting cast along the way.

Bye bye weekend.

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