Square Enix has put a spring release date on the Final Fantasy IV: Complete Collection for PSP.

What's so complete about it? All the characters and stories from both Final Fantasy IV and sequel The After Years are stuffed in.

There's a bit of guff linking the two games together, and the graphics and sound have been spruced up. What's more, Square Enix has crammed some drawings by Yoshitaka Amano in. You can look at them.

FFIV tells the story of Cecil, a dark knight who ends up deciding the fate of the world. A decade after that, Cecil's son Ceodore does the same thing in The After Years.

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