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Old 26-05-2006, 07:46
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Smile Final Fantasy VII save games

I used to have a file containing save places for both Final Fantasy VII and VIII. It gave you different jump-in points in the games, and I used the saves for VIII to get by one problem spot.

My problem spot for VII is that I can't get by the rolling boulder/rock in one of the caves. Problem is, I can't find the file containing the save games for VII.

Does anyone know where I can get the file? Thanx.
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