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Instead of spending this week eating turkey and shopping for bargains, you could spend it in front of your TV engrossed in one of the greatest RPGs of all time. And thanks to Square Enix, you can do it from the comfort of your PS3 as the publisher has added Final Fantasy V to the PlayStation Store.
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We caught word a little more than a week ago that Final Fantasy V was being brought to the PSN with some additional cutscenes. It seems the European PlayStation Store has updated, bringing FFV to the PSOne Classics section.
First Vagrant Story, now this? Someone at SCE Europe must have a good connection at Square Enix. Maybe Sir Howard Stringer is a big fan of Ex-Death… Oh well, hopefully it just means we can expect it next week. If not, our PSPs can be occupied with Final Fantasy IV: The Complete Collection, coming out next Tuesday.
Square Enix’s European arm has announced that Final Fantasy V will be coming to the PSOne Classics Store soon as a special PSN-exclusive edition.
Final Fantasy V on the PlayStation Store will be based on the PSOne version (with its Active Time Battle system) that was released as part of the Final Fantasy Anthology. Even though that version of FFV is playable in your PS3, Square Enix is adding “all-new [and exclusive] CG cinematic sequences” to the game in hopes of encouraging PS3 owners to buy the new PSN version. As with all PSOne Classics, it’ll also be playable on the PSP.
An American release has yet to be announced, but I’m sure one will be announced sooner or later.