Final Fantasy VII G-Bike coming to western smartphones

Gold Saucer's motorcycle game comes to mobile devices.

Final Fantasy VII G-Bike

Final Fantasy VII G-Bike, Square Enix and CyberConnect2’s new smartphone game first announced in this week’s Famitsu, is coming to western devices, the publisher announced at E3.

The game brings the G-Bike motorcycle mini-game from Final Fantasy VII‘s Gold Saucer amusement park to your smart device.

Find a list of key features below:

  • A motorcycle chase based action game, set in the world of Final Fantasy VII – Full 3D stages where players must evade obstacles and fight enemies at high speeds
  • Elements unique to Final Fantasy VII – Classic monsters and Cloud Strife’s fighting techniques, created with gorgeous graphics
  • Offers rich gameplay, including numerous missions and character development – Contains a wealth of familiar gameplay features including missions, epic boss battles, detailed weapon customization and item collection

Watch the trailer below. View the first images at the gallery.

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