【Taipei, July 25th , 2014】 Ubitus Inc., the worldwide cloud gaming technology leader, announced the launch of the legendary RPG masterpiece 《FINAL FANTASY VII》, provided by Square Enix Co., Ltd., on “Yahoo! x GameNow” co-branded site in Taiwan on July 17, 2014, powered by Ubitus’ cloud game streaming platform.
《FINAL FANTASY VII》 was originally released in 1997 , followed by immediate praises from game critics and players alike, and accumulated commercial success over the years with over 9.9 million copies sold worldwide. Recognized as one of the most successful legendary games, 《FINAL FANTASY VII》 still maintained a large population of fan base around the world, fascinated by its graphical richness, sophisticated battle system, soundtrack and intriguing story. It brought Japanese RPG games towards wider international acceptance and popularity.
In this release, Square Enix added fresh elements and designs to attract gamers, old and new, to relive the epic story of Aeris, Cloud, and Sephiroth with new bells and whistles. This launch also comes with a time-limited discount offer for monthly play tickets and a three-hour free trial window for early-bird gamers to taste the flavor of the legend. Now gamers can even enjoy instant and high quality gaming experience over the cloud.
“Ubitus is thrilled to bring the unparalleled flagship title from Square Enix to Yahoo game channel through our GameCloud® technology”, said Wesley Kuo, CEO of Ubitus, “we are committed to provide best technology to enable gaming platform providers to offer best seamless and enjoyable gaming experience over the cloud.“
Ubitus Inc., the technology leader of cloud gaming platform, offers innovative cloud game virtualization and streaming solutions, including patented GameCloud®, for game service providers, device manufacturers, and telecommunication operators. Founded in 2007 and headquartered in Taipei, Taiwan, the company now has over 140 employees and offices in United States, Japan, Korea and China.
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