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Final Fantasy 7

In-game reset:
Hold L1 + L2 + R1 + R2 + Select + Start during game play.

Easy Chocobo races:
Hold R1 + R2 while racing a Chocobo to slowly restore energy. Then quickly press Circle to get energy back.
Information in this section was contributed by Kevin Strika and RPG Man.

Chocobo preview:
After breeding or feeding a Chocobo, press L1 or R1 to turn it and be able view it in 360 degrees.
Information in this section was contributed by Joe Moore.

Defeating Teyioh:
When Teyioh appears on the screen that shows your opponents, press Start. When the starting line appears press Select and hold Circle until your Chocobo has about one tenth of its stamina remaining. Hold down L1 + R1 + L2 + R2 and restore its energy. When it gets back to two tenths or more, then lower it back to one tenth. Note: Do not use stamina at the ending space background unless your Chocobo is green or better.
Information in this section was contributed by Kevin Strika.

Easy Battle Square handicaps:
Rapidly tap Square during the "slot machine" handicap sequence in the Battle Square section at Gold Saucer. The slots will slow down, allowing an easier selection of your handicap. Note: This trick will also work in a similar manner with Cait Sith's limit break.

Memory card icons:
Every time you save the game on a memory card a picture of a character from the game will appear on it. There are fifteen different pictures that can appear on a memory card: Cloud, Barret, Aeris, Cait Sith, Red XIII, Cid, Tifa, Vincent, Yuffie, Rufus, Tseng, Priscilla, Rude, Reno, and Sephiroth.
Information in this section was contributed by Rem.

Hint: Avoid back attack:
When surprised with a back attack, try running away to automatically turn around (hold L1 + R1). This allows your party to take less damage, however the enemy will get the first strike.
Information in this section was contributed by Al48118519, Roughryda12, Mark Couch, Kevin Arnado, and Woodro3887.

Hint: Use Regen as if it were Full-Life:
You can use Regen to fully heal your party because it works off a particular countdown. Time the opening the PlayStation's disc lid to when Regen is taking effect (healing your party). While the lid is open, the Regen will keep healing. Close the disc lid when you are ready to resume.
Information in this section was contributed by Simsine604.

Hint: Faster time bar:
When you get into any battle, rapidly press Circle. However, if this slows the time bar down, rapidly press Triangle. If Triangle slows you down when it was speeding up, then rapidly press Circle again. Keep switching if you have to.
Information in this section was contributed by EarthGardian.

When you are fighting one of the more difficult battles and run low health or need to attack quicker, open the PlayStation's lid and let the game idle for awhile. While it is searching for the game disc, your time gauge will still be recharging.
Information in this section was contributed by NizZy.

Hint: Huge Materia from Cid's Rocket:
The code to get the Huge Materia from Cid's rocket is Circle, Square X, X. Note: If you do not get the code, restart and retry from a saved game.
Information in this section was contributed by Roughryda12.

Hint: Maneuvering the Highwind:
The Highwind can be turned sideways or flown backwards without turning around. Hold Square and press the D-pad in the desired direction while flying.
Information in this section was contributed by BigKoRn345.

Instead of pressing Square + D-pad to fly the Highwind, press Circle to go forward. Press R1 or L1 to turn sharper.
Information in this section was contributed by Daboard89.

To fly crooked, hold R1 + Left or L1 + Right while moving at full speed forward.
Information in this section was contributed by Seandude48864170 and Ryan Alexander Pick.

Hint: Sharp turns in vehicles:
Hold L1 or R1 and Left or Right to turn sharply while in vehicles.
Information in this section was contributed by Ryan Alexander Pick.

Hint: Easy Key to Sector 5:
Instead of going through all of the digging to find the "Key to Sector 5" on the top level of the Bone Village, go to the village in Disc 3. There should be an X on the ground in front of the ladder to the second level. Talk to the man and dig for normal treasure in the exact center of the X three times. The first time you should get Cid's mop, the second time you should get W-Summon, and the third time you should get the Key to Sector 5.
Information in this section was contributed by Daboard89.

Hint: Presidential send-off tricks:
After doing the Presidential Send-Off event and receiving your prize from Hedigger, press Square, Circle, X, or Triangle to make Cloud do things such as place his hands on his hips, shrug, and scratch his back with the gun.
Information in this section was contributed by Marty Tillman.

Hint: View Cloud's Omnislash from behind:
When you get Omnislash, use it. Immediately after you select your enemies, open the lid on the PlayStation. The game will go through all of the camera movements of the Omnislash, but Cloud will not use the technique. When the camera stops the second time, close the lid. About 15 seconds after you close the door, Cloud will use Omnislash. Note: Sometimes the camera will go in front. Make sure you have either Cloud or Red XIII in the middle or you may not see Cloud.
Information in this section was contributed by j s.

Hint: Bahamnant ZERO Summon Materia details:
Walk around after boarding the Shinra No. 26 spaceship on disc two. Your party will be able to go down to the space pod or up the ladder to the right to the huge materia. Go to the huge materia and use the talk button at the tall glass to speak with Cid. He will explain the controls in this part of the game. Talk again at the case and enter the password Circle, Square, X, X to collect the Key Item "Huge Materia". After travelling to Cosmo Canyon later in the game, talk to Bugenhagen. He will take your party up to his observatory. Approach to the Blue huge materia and get closer. Your party will receive the Bahamnant ZERO summon materia.
Information in this section was contributed by Kevin Nutter.

Hint: Sense without wasting a turn:
Press Select to display a window above the time bars, then sense the enemy. From this point on whenever you attack that enemy while selecting, look in that window to see its current HP and name. Note: This only works during the current battle.

Hint: Easy AP, Gil, and experience:
Note: A controller with a turbo feature is required for this trick. Go to Cactuar Island (an island in the far north east) and morph three Cactuars into Tetra Elementals. Go to the area around Mideel and "park" your Gold Chocobo or the Highwind on the small sliver of grass below the drop after you pass Mideel going west (not near the forest, but on the area below that.) Walk towards the long beach area far away from your transportation-- if you accidentally get off track, you could get on your airship or Chocobo and drift off. Equip a Mastered Enemy Lure and weapons that can receive the most AP (not your ultimate weapons). The Scimitar, Apocalypse, Platinum Fist, etc. should be your priorities. Equip the Materia you want to get a lot of AP on the weapons. These may include Knights Of The Round, Double Cut, and Bahamut Zero. Cloud, Cid, and Tifa work the best if they are at high levels because they all get triple AP with certain weapons. Equip Cloud with the Apocalypse, Mystile, and Tetra elemental; Cid (if used) with the Scimitar, anything else, and Tetra elemental; Tifa (if used) with Platinum Fist, anything else, and Tetra elemental. Set turbo on Circle and keep it held (a rubber band is suggested). Additionally, hold Down (also with a rubber band) If correctly, you will be going left and right continuously and encountering an enemy called the Sandworm. The maximum damage it can do is 50 to 70 because you absorb the Sandstorm and Earthquake attacks (due to the Tetra elementals). Each defeated Sandworm results in 1300 EXP, 200 AP, and 5000 Gil. With luck, all materia will be mastered and you will have millions of Gil after a few hours.
Information in this section was contributed by Trohan.

Hint: Play "Cosmo Canyon" song:
You can play the Cosmo Canyon song on your own by going to Tifa's house in Nibelheim. Then, press Square, Square, Square, X, Square, Circle, Circle, R1 + X, Circle, R1 + Square, R1 + Square, R1 + Square, R1 + X, Circle, R1 + X, R1 + Square, R1 + X, Circle, R1 + X, R1 + Square, Circle, Square, X, Circle, Square, X, Square. Note: This serves no purpose in the game.
Information in this section was contributed by Jonathan Fowlkes.

Hint: Play "Highwinds" song:
Play the following notes on the piano at Tifa's house in Nibelheim: X, Square, Triangle, R1 + Triangle, R1 + Square, X, Square , Triangle, R1 + X, Circle, X, Square, X, Square, Triangle, R1 + Triangle, R1 + Circle, X, Square, Triangle, R1 + X, Circle, X, Square, X.
Information in this section was contributed by FF7MIDGAR.

Hint: Play "Her Ghost In The Fog" song:
Go to Tifa's house in Nibelheim and play the following for "Her Ghost In The Fog" (by Cradle Of Filth): R1 + Square(7), R1 + Triangle(7), R1 + X, Circle, R1 + Square(7), R1 + Triangle(7), R1 + X, R1 + Circle.
Information in this section was contributed by Adam Claridge.

Hint: Play "Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun" song:
Go to Tifa's house in Nibleheim and play the following for "Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun" (by Pink Floyd off their 1968 album, "A Saucerful Of Secrets"): Triangle(3), Circle, Triangle(2), Square, Triangle. Repeat the melody a few times then play Triangle, R1 + Triangle, R1+ Square, R1+ X, Circle, Triangle.
Information in this section was contributed by paul southard.

Hint: Extra experience (Japanese version):
When in the Gold Saucer prison, enter the well just outside of the town. Walk around until encountering a monster named "Test 0" which resembles a dog. You can poison or attack it. Instead of fighting back, it will whimper and ask that it not be hurt.
Information in this section was contributed by JTtrapp.

Glitch: Gold Saucer FMV:
When flying to Gold Saucer for the first time, the propellers are facing the front, in the direction that it moves. In the FMV sequence, they are on the back, propelling it.
Information in this section was contributed by Barry.

Glitch: Gold Saucer Battle Square entrance:
When you go to the Gold Saucer, go to the Battle Square. Choose to enter the Battle Square with Cloud. Make sure you have a different weapon, such as the Ultima weapon, equipped and enter. When you see Cloud running in, he has his original Buster Sword equipped. However, when you start battling, you see him with the sword you equipped before entering.
Information in this section was contributed by InvaderX610.

Glitch: Unfinished cave:
There is a hidden cave on the pathway to the Ancient Capital. This cave can be found right after the two screens of the Sleeping Forest. Move to the right of the screen where the log bridge is located. You will notice a vine hanging from a cliff. A large opening, which is most likely a cave, can be seen hidden within the shadows of the cliff . There is a small detour that leads to the vine, but you cannot climb it. It has been theorized that this "cave" is a glitch and was probably the remnant of a side-quest in the game that was taken out.
Information in this section was contributed by Cable.

Glitch: Dead end:
When on Disc 1 at the part were you must go to the Sleeping Forest in Bone Village, go to Yuffie's home town instead. You will not be able to do anything and have to start again.
Information in this section was contributed by LILZO15.

Glitch: Missing part of the world:
During Disc 3, while riding a Chocobo or flying the Highwind on the world map, a part of the world will be cut off. You must go to another location immediately. If you remain at the cut off place too long, the screen will freeze and turn black with a small, gray box and a flashing question mark inside. If you wait, the game may recover, but it sometimes does not. Note: The cut off part of the world map will be black.
Information in this section was contributed by Yuan Tam.

Glitch Changing sword name:
When you are at the Gold Saucer the second time after Wutai, make sure you have the "Yoshiyuki" weapon for Cloud. Go to the Battle Arena and choose Cloud to enter. When he is running to the center of the arena, he will have a "Buster Sword" instead of the "Yoshiyuki". However, in the battle he has the "Yoshiyuki".
Information in this section was contributed by Rick Marcinowski.

Glitch: Golden Saucer Battle Square:
Note: This trick is done with Cloud. Equip any weapon that he can use except his initial weapon, the Buster Sword (for example, Ragnarok). When you register for the Battle Square, choose Cloud to enter. When he runs in the battle room, he will have his Buster Sword. However, when you go into battle you will have the other sword that was equipped.
Information in this section was contributed by DiamondDice8245.

Glitch: Aeris' Limit Break:
When you get the Highwind, you can get Mythril from the sleeping man. You can give the Mythril to the weapon seller and he will let you open one of his boxes (the one at the end of the upstairs hallway or the on in the corner). If you choose the small one, you will get Aeris' Great Gospel Limit Break. However, if you have the Highwind, then Aeris is no longer with you.
Information in this section was contributed by Frozenflame28.

Glitch: Aeris' ribbon:
In the FMV sequence where Aeris has her final scene, her hair ribbon and the White Materia will come off her. After the FMV sequence, Cloud runs up and catches her. She will have the ribbon in her hair.
Information in this section was contributed by josh ramirez.

Glitch: Barret's Atomic Scissors:
When you equip Barret with the atomic scissors. It comes up on his left arm but he has his right arm shot off.
Information in this section was contributed by Brett Stevens.

Glitch: Cloud walking on house:
Go on the hill between Icicle and the Great Glacier and walk to town. Cloud will walk on top of one of the house graphics if you walk into it.
Information in this section was contributed by Jarrod Beauregard.

Glitch: Cloud's head hanging out of Highwind:
When in the Highwind and on top of green land, hold Circle + Up. The Highwind will hover above the ground. While still holding Circle + Up, hold X. Cloud's head will come out and go back in the Highwind
Information in this section was contributed by Hussain Zafar.

Glitch: Disappearing Barret and Tifa:
When you are at the Shinra building, you must climb up a large number stairs on the side of the building to reach the 59th floor. When you are on the fifth or sixth flight of stairs, you will see Barret's and Tifa's speech bubbles with comments to each other as they (supposedly) run up the stairs wheezing and puffing. You will see Cloud at the beginning of the flight of stairs, but Barret and Tifa are not running up them. However, unlike the other flights of stairs, they are already at the top of them.
Information in this section was contributed by TheRock81485.

Glitch: Frozen game:
When you are dressed as a woman in the sector Don Corneo lives in, go in front of the Honey Bee. When all the men move towards you, the fat man in the red vest will be the last one to block you off from the Honey Bee. Before he blocks you off, quickly close all dialogue boxes and run around him. A box that says "Hey, Cloud" will appear and the game will freeze.
Information in this section was contributed by Threefiddy350.

Play the game on a PlayStation 2. Select the "Config" option at the menu. Then go to "Customize" at "Controller" screen. Press R3 or L3 and the screen will glitch. When you try to exit, the game will freeze.
Information in this section was contributed by ARES-0.

Glitch: Walk through people:
In Mideel, you can walk through most of the people in the town including Tifa and the nurse in the clinic. This also works in several other towns.

Glitch: Submarine through Emerald Weapon:
Take the sub to the bottom of the ocean. You now have to make Emerald Weapon fly over you, which is not easy. One trick is to wait in the bottom of the crater in the middle of the ocean. When Emerald Weapon swims over, quickly press X to go back to the surface. You will run into Emerald Weapon. The battle music will start and you will encounter a black screen then mysteriously be on the surface.
Information in this section was contributed by chrisitb.

Glitch: Characters move after being hit:
Go to a place where you can fight a Crown Lance (Flying Jellyfish). Wait until it does the attack Deadly Needles. Run away when a character becomes petrified. When you run, the petrified character will turn around and be in a running position but not move.
Information in this section was contributed by Meatjake.

Glitch: Gargoyles in North Crater:
Use an attack on the gargoyles in the North Crater and make sure it hits both of them at the same time. Use Flash immediately after the attack. They will turn green as usual and the death sound will play, but they are still alive.
Information in this section was contributed by KRU-Vegetto.

Glitch: Highwind through Ruby Weapon:
Ride the Highwind. Bump the red object around Gold Saucer (Ruby Weapon), then escape the battle. You should now be able to see Ruby Weapon's entire body on the world map. Bump Ruby Weapon again while flying the Highwind backwards. Hold Down + Square to fly the Highwind backwards. The Highwind will pass through Ruby Weapon, but you will still initiate a fight.
Information in this section was contributed by wilpeter lao.

Glitch: Go to next screen without leaving current screen:
Use the finger in certain towns and dungeons. You can move Cloud around the red arrow that points out the exit without leaving the screen. When that happens, you can walk behind the arrow and go to the next screen. This happens quite often in some areas of the Great Glacier and Junon, or where there are wide spaces that lead to other screens.
Information in this section was contributed by Jarrod Beauregard.

Glitch: Quadra magic without any Chocobo breeding:
Take the Highwind to the Materia cave containing Quadra magic and you will soon notice their is some land behind the cave. It helps to change the camera angle to the bird's eye view. Try to land on that little space. This rarely works, but when it does your Highwind will be on the land, and you will be directly in front of the cave. This seems to work better if you also have a Chocobo on the Highwind.
Information in this section was contributed by LionHeart708.

Glitch: Phantom Chocobo:
Get a Chocobo in a stable, talk to Billy, and choose "Riding". Once you are outside, get off your Chocobo and go back inside. Talk to Billy again, and choose "Feeding", or anything else that lets you see your Chocobos. Go to the space where that Chocobo you rode was located, to find a phantom looking Chocobo.
Information in this section was contributed by Ssj Gohan.

Glitch: Stuck in jail:
Get to the point at Shinra where you are jailed. When you fight your way back to your partner and you are supposed to get the keycard from the assistant, do not do so. Instead, go back to your cell. When you get back up and everyone is dead, you cannot get the keycard from him. You will have to start the game again.
Information in this section was contributed by Goldwyn11.

Glitch: Softer music:
Mate two Chocobos at the Chocobo Ranch and after they have a baby Chocobo, after you have named the Chocobo and it shows Cloud back inside the barn, the music is a lot lower then when you first walked into the barn.
Information in this section was contributed by SpunkyChicken2.

Glitch: Looping magic:
In a battle, cast "Reflect" on the opponent and then do same thing on yourself. Then, cast Fire, Ice, Lightning or anything else on your opponent or yourself. The chosen materia will "loop" between you and the enemy forever. You will have to restart or turn off the PlayStation to escape.
Information in this section was contributed by JOHANSSON TOMAS.

Glitch: Mimic and Limit Break:
This trick requires the Mimic Materia and any character. Equip the character with the Mimic Materia and get into a battle. During that battle, if the Mimic character gets a chance to use their Limit Break, stop taking actions with the other two persons. If you use the Mimic character's Limit Break and without using anyone else's turns, then use the Mimic command, you will Mimic your own Limit Break. This can be used infinitely until another character takes an action, the Mimic character dies, or the battle ends.
Information in this section was contributed by Matt Duffey.

Glitch: Double kill:
Have Aeris and Tifa in your party. Use Seal Evil with Aeris then finish the paralyzed monster with Tifa's normal attack. It will die two times.
Information in this section was contributed by Benoit Houle.

This can occur while fighting the Ultima weapon the final time above Cosmo Canyon. Its final attack is Shadow Flare, and he will use it on the character that kills him. First, choose who is going to deliver the final blow to the Ultima Weapon. Cast Reflect on that character. When he dies, he will cast Shadow Flare, and it will reflect off your character and hit him. He will die, then die again. This technique also works good if you are collecting Enemy Skills. Just put Reflect and the Enemy Skill Materia on the character who will deliver the final blow. You will get Shadow Flare, and it will not be harmful to that character.
Information in this section was contributed by STEVEN BESTER.

Glitch: Tseng alive again:
When you get to Gongaga do not get the Titan Summon Materia. Continue the game until you get out of the Temple Of The Ancients (Tseng is now dead). Get the Titan Summon Materia now. Tseng will get out of the helicopter with Scarlet and the little sequence will start. Tseng should not be there, as he was killed by Sephiroth in the Temple Of The Ancients.
Information in this section was contributed by Phillip Cormier.

Glitch: Fighting Sephiroth:
When fighting the very last form of Sephiroth, normally your limit will fill and you can use Omnislash. However, if you press Triangle to skip your turn as in a normal battle, you will see the same thing happen to Sephiroth as if you had attacked.
Information in this section was contributed by danieljs11.

When fighting Sephiroth for the very last time, instead of attacking, choose "Defend". If you have a mastered Counter Attack Materia equipped, Cloud will attack Sephiroth. Regardless of how many HPs the attack gives, the same thing will happen to Sephiroth as if you used Omnislash.
Information in this section was contributed by Irishpunk926.

Glitch: Controls:
Go into the options and change the "OK" button to "X" and "Cancel" to "Circle". Go to the Chocobo stables and try to put a new Chocobo into the stables. He will tell you to select the Chocobo you want to put in the stables. He will tell you to pick with "Circle". If you try with X, nothing happens. If you try with Circle, it cancels out. You must have the normal controller settings to do anything with the Chocobos.
Information in this section was contributed by Phillip Cormier.

Glitch: Save anywhere:
When loading your game from a saved game file which was saved at a save point (and not a Save Crystal), try to move during the black screen as the game loads. If you can move off the Save Point before the black screen ends, you will always be considered to be at a Save Point. To verify this, after the game loads you can enter the menu to be able to save and use the PHS, even though you are no longer at a Save Point. This allows you to save game and switch characters at any time. This effect will end when you touch another Save Point.

Glitch: Misspelling:
During the materia blend for the master command, the game displays "Sence" instead of "Sense".
Information in this section was contributed by Aaron Bluhm.

After buying Chocobo stables at the Chocobo ranch, capture a Chocobo. Then go to the Chocobo rancher's son and buy some Curiel greens. Talk to the Chocobo's ranchers son again and select "Feed Chocobos". The game will display "Kurie" greens instead of "Curiel
greens. The same applies to Krakka/Karaka greens, Pahsana/Pasana greens, Mimett/Memit greens, and Gysahl/Gizzard greens.
Information in this section was contributed by DuosBabe.

Go to the Chocobo Sage's house, just north of Bone Village, and buy the two nuts that he is selling -- the Porov nut and the Pram nut. Go to the Chocobo rancher's son at the Chocobo Ranch. Ask him if you can buy something, and buy the Luchile nut and the Pepio nut. Now ask the Rancher's son if you can mate two Chocobos. Do not worry -- you will not have to mate the two. When he asks you what kind of nut you want to give them, instead of showing "Porov nut", "Porofu will be displayed. It is also different with the Pram/Param nut, Luchile/Ruchin nut, and Pepio/Pipio nut.-
Information in this section was contributed by DuosBabe.

When you have to run on the Cannon as Tifa in the Junon Execution part in the first areas of Disc 2, press Triangle. In the part of the menu screen where it displays your location, it will read "Canon" instead of "Cannon".
Information in this section was contributed by BIackDth.

When you get the "Luck Plus" Materia in the Temple of the ancients, the message that appears reads, "Recieved 'Lucky Plus'" instead of "Received 'Luck Plus.'"
Information in this section was contributed by Jarrod Beauregard.

When in the fighting arena at the Gold Saucer, you will get the choice to continue or stay after defeating an opponent. The actual text reads "Off Course" instead of "Of Course".
Information in this section was contributed by Austin.

When you get to Sector 5 for the first time, go to the pipe with blue inside. Aeris will say saying ''This guy are sick'' instead of ''This guy is sick''.
Information in this section was contributed by RugRatzzz9.

Get Tifa's final limit break and try to give it to her when she is on limit level 2 or 3. She will say "I've got the wrong person" instead of "You've got the wrong person."
Information in this section was contributed by Raziel Razieum.

When Cloud asks why Vincent wants to join you in the Shinra Mansion Basement, he will say "Being a former Turks" instead of "Being a former Turk".
Information in this section was contributed by Marty Tillman.

Go to Wutai as soon as possible in the game. And at some point Reno or Rude will say: "You are a Turks" instead of "You are a Turk" to Elena.
Information in this section was contributed by cybolsky.

Before you fight Reno for the first time he will say "No one get in the way of Reno and the Turks" instead of "gets".
Information in this section was contributed by Sparks Blackfire.

When you get the Highwind and talk to Cait Sith he says "I will give you information Shinra" instead of "I will give you information about Shinra".

After Meteor has been summoned, go to Cosmo Canyon and to the weapons department in the big mountain-like location. The lady at the counter says "Uh, I mean, it's weird. if there weren't people like you, I'll be out of business. Heh, heh, heh...sweat...!". She says "I'll" instead of "I'd" and "I" in the word "if" will not be capitalized.
Information in this section was contributed by lori kittlesen.

When Bizzaro Sepiroth uses Bizzaro Energy the game states that he is using :Bizzaro Enegy".
Information in this section was contributed by boodgi.

When the Command Counter Materia is paired with another Materia (such as Morph), the box at the top of the screen will say "cought by surprise" instead of "caught by surprise" when you enter a battle.
Information in this section was contributed by Joe Moore.

When you are in the second to last battle fighting Bizzarro Sephiroth, he will heal himself by saying "Bizzarro Enegy" instead of "Bizzarro Energy."
Information in this section was contributed by PigGoMooGames.

After you win a battle at the Battle Arena in the Gold Saucer, "Off course!" will appear as a choice instead of "Of course!".
Information in this section was contributed by Puck and Zhaoyunelazul.

During the story of how Aeris' mother found her, she says "I was propably lonely" instead of "She was probably lonely".
Information in this section was contributed by Elizbeth Medley.

When in Kalm during the flashback, look at Sephiroth's accessory. It reads "Touph Ring" instead of "Tough Ring".
Information in this section was contributed by Phillip Cormier.

Just before you get to Disc 2 when Jenova is speaking, "because" is spelled "beacuse".
Information in this section was contributed by psturm2003.

Glitch: Grammar:
During the beginning of the game, Barret will say: "If you push the directional button while pushing the [CANCEL] button to run." In that statement, the words "If" and "you" were not needed.
Information in this section was contributed by Leon Deathstorm.

In the part where the entire party is captured by the President of Shinra and he tells you his plans, he says, "It's too appealing to not to pursue", with an extra word "to".
Information in this section was contributed by Elizbeth Medley.

Music:
Enter the caves in Cosmo Canyon and approach the webs with the spider-like enemies. Run around them without activating the battle; but get as close to it as possible. Try to have a random encounter happen within this small area. Fight through the encounter as usual and win the fight. Then, immediately charge into the web and activate the battle with the spider-like enemies. The music should have strange audio distortions in it.
Information in this section was contributed by Michael Kroll.


Cheats: Combat
Cheats: Defeating enemies
Cheats: Items
Cheats: Enemy skills
Cheats: Materia
Cheats: Characters
Cheats: Actions
Cheats: Locations


Strategy: by Arct!c
Strategy: Emerald and Ruby Weapons: by Jaxonespo
Strategy: Ruby Weapon: by Chris Griffin
Strategy: Bosses: by Brandon Oda
Strategy: Bosses: by Sephiroth808
Strategy: Materia: by EZDragon66
Strategy guides from GameFAQs
Published strategy guides: Official Final Fantasy VII Strategy Guide
Published strategy guides: Final Fantasy VII: Ultimate Strategy Guide: Unofficial
Published strategy guides: Final Fantasy VII: Survival Guide


Map: by Brock Bruerton


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GameShark codes

Debug room:
Note: This trick requires a GameShark or Pro Action Replay cartridge. Enable the following code: 8009A05C 0041. Start a new game at the "New Game/Continue" screen, disable the code, then refer to the following guide.
Information in this section was obtained from CzarDragon and RPGod.
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