I'm normally not a cheater but its going to bother me that they made getting knights in the round table(a power materia in final fantasy VII almost impossible to get). I think you have to raise chocobos and spend like 300,000 gil or more just to finally get a golden chocobo.
Here is another way around if you're too lazy farming for the golden Chocobo
Only work after Sephiroth kill Aerith and summon the meteor
First, find this enemy: Ghost Ship, it's in Junon Underwater Reactor, take his Health down to 90% and use the Morph Skill, which you will learn from some point of the game. He will turn into a Guide Book
Second, Go back to Kalm, find the Kalm Traveler in the rightmost house. Talk to him and he will trade the Guide Book for the Underwater Materia, equip that
Third, go to Bottom of the Sea by using a submarine and fight Emerald Weapon, using this strategy:
The player should come with one character equipped with W-Item, one equipped with Underwater, and all three equipped with HP Plus so that they have 9999 HP.
By exploiting the W-Item glitch, one should amass many Elixirs and Megalixirs, at least 20 of each, and put them on the top of the inventory, along with 15 Hero Drinks. All three characters should be in Fury status and have Lv3 Limits; this is crucial because Lv4 limits take too long to prepare, and Limits need to come frequently for this strategy to work.
Additionally, any other Materia is unnecessary, and Aire Tam Storm should rarely be used, so bringing whatever Materia needs leveling is fine.
The player should begin the battle by responding to every Emerald Shoot with an Elixir, while the characters begin buffing up with Hero Drinks.
A stomp attack should prompt a Megalixir. The player should keep at least one person ready to heal at all times, as the strategy is ruined if anyone gets KO'ed
. Once the eyes appear, the party should be at max health when they are hit by Emerald Beam. All three party members will likely hit their Limit Breaks, but one should select to use a Megalixir while Emerald Beam's animation is just beginning, and the others should quickly select their Limits.
Since Limits take priority, they will override the Eyes' attacks and hit first, likely killing a couple of Eyes before they can move. The Megalixir will go off and heal, and the player should use the third Limit.
If any Eyes persist, the player should wait for the second Emerald Beam and repeat again, which should finish them before Aire Tam Storm hits, reverting Emerald to his previous phase.
The party should resume with Hero Drinks and Elixirs until five have been used per character, in which case they should attack or use Limits. As long as the player keeps their HP maxed, Emerald Beam will always prompt Limit Breaks due to it being a gravity attack, the eyes will never get many turns, and Emerald will never kill anyone. The best Limits to use are Cloud's Meteorain, Barret's Angermax, Tifa's moves up to Meteor Strike, Yuffie's Doom of the Living, Red XIII's Earth Rave, and Cid's Big Brawl or Dragon Dive.
After he's death he will drop : The Earth Harp
Go back to the Kalm Traveler and trade the Earth Harp for this summon
Keep in mind you should attempt this when you have high enough level, as Emerald Weapon is a BEAST with 1 million health and will kill you in one hit.
Other than that there is no way to use cheat, even if you hack the Vita, and stop posting FFVII related thread on the Vita forums
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Even if they made something like that, it probably wouldn't work for PS1 games. You can just search online for save files and download them. The only problem is they might be in the wrong format (e.g. dex drive saves), but you can probably find them in PSP/PS3/Vita format, especially for a popular game like FF7.
As for the KotR materia, it is time consuming, but not vary hard.
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