UPDATE: Square Enix has told Eurogamer that these PSN releases are digital versions of the PSP versions that were released on UMD in 2008.

ORIGINAL STORY: Square Enix will launch ancient JRPGs Final Fantasy and Final Fantasy II on the PlayStation Network from 16th February and 2nd March respectively.

Each will cost 7.99.

Upcoming PSP game Dissidia012[duodecim] Final Fantasy includes an in-pack voucher that nets you 50 per cent off of Final Fantasy when bought via PSN. The 3rd Birthday contains a 50 per cent off voucher for Final Fantasy II.

Final Fantasy I and II appear to be based on their respective PSP remakes, and feature extra dungeons and an art gallery mode.

Alec Meer reviewed Final Fantasy Anniversary Edition for Eurogamer back in 2007, awarding it 6/10.

Simon Parkin took on Final Fantasy Anniversary Edition II for Eurogamer, slapping it with a 4/10.

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Final Fantasy Anniversary Edition

Age ain't nothing but a number. Number 1, version 5, specifically.

Final Fantasy II

Number two.

FF I and II PSP Euro-bound

Beginning of the ends.

Final Fantasy I & II for PSP

But TBC for Europe.