Square has officially announced Final Fantasy I and Final Fantasy II for the PSone, to be made available separately for 3,800 yen (£20 / €32) each, and together as part of a bundle with some action figures, books and other trinkets. Both games will be spruced up beyond the changes made to the publisher's previous PlayStation releases, with the promise of improved audio and visual treats. A Quick Save feature is also to be included, along with new CG intro and ending movies (ala previous releases) and a 3D field map with Mode 7 graphics equivalent to the one in Final Fantasy V. The forthcoming release of FFs I & II means that every game with the exception of FFIII (the Japanese edition, as opposed to FFVI which became the American FFIII - confusing, I know) will have appeared on Sony's PlayStation consoles.
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