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    Final Fantasy VII - Wata 8.5 A Sealed [ERROR: Black Label Front/Greatest Hits back], PS1 Squaresoft 1997 USA. Now, this is quite an interesting sealed copy of Final Fantasy VII. The front of this dual-disc jewel case is from the standard "black label" release of the game, but the back is from the Greatest Hits "green label." It can be presumed that this copy was likely produced during the interim production phase between the standard retail copy and the Greatest Hits copy. Certainly a unique piece for a die-hard Final Fantasy VII fan. And, with the recent success of the release of the remake, we imagine that there are is quite a bit of newfound interest in this title. This is the highest selling and most acclaimed installment in the quintessential Final Fantasy JRPG series. Produced for the Sony PlayStation by series creator Hironobu Sakaguchi, with music by Nobuo Uematsu.

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