Final Fantasy VII, DARK & The Walking Dead: 400 Days – Now Available On Steam

Final Fantasy VII
Remember the PC re-release of Final Fantasy VII? You know, the one that everyone wished it had better visuals instead of those new achievements? Well, good news for its die-hard fans as Square Enix’s classic RPG has hit Steam, alongside the vampire-themed game DARK and The Walking Dead: 400 Days DLC.
Final Fantasy VII comes with some achievements, cloud saves, character booster (with which you can increase your HP, MP and Gil levels to their maximum, all with the simple click of a button) and support for the latest hardware and Windows Operating Systems.
DARK, on the other hand, is said to be a unique stealth-action game with RPG elements in which you take on the role of the ultimate hunter: a vampire. Players can ambush their enemies from the shadows, roam the darkness and use powerful vampire skills to dispatch their opponents. It’s gameplay trailers felt a bit underwhelming, so make sure to watch some walkthroughs before getting it.
Last but not least, The Walking Dead: 400 Days is a DLC episode for Season 1 of The Walking Dead by Telltale Games, that tells five linked stories of survival in the wake of the zombie apocalypse. From day 1 of the undead plague to 400 days later, The Walking Dead: 400 Days offers more of the horror and human drama of Robert Kirkman and Telltale’s award-winning series. Echoes of the choices you made in Season 1 will carry over into ‘400 Days’ and the choices you make in ‘400 Days’ will resonate into Season 2.
Enjoy!

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