PSP Final Fantasy IV Europe release date

The Complete Collection hits in April.

Final Fantasy IV: The Complete Collection launches in Europe and PAL territories on 22nd April, Square Enix has announced.

The PlayStation Portable game releases as a Special Edition, which includes Art Cards and a screen-cleaning cloth decorated with Cecil character design in a fold-out presentation box. It also includes downloadable content for upcoming PSP game Dissidia 012[duodecim] Final Fantasy.

The Complete Collection unifies the characters and storylines from Final Fantasy IV and sequel The After Years into one game. There's an all-new scenario that links the two, enhanced visuals, a Gallery Mode and CG movies and illustrations.

It also features new 2D graphics designed for the PSP's 16x9 format, and a new soundtrack arrangement.

Final Fantasy IV first launched in 1991 for the Super Nintendo. It stars Cecil, a dark knight who embarks on a quest for redemption. The After Years launched in 2008 as a Japan-only mobile phone game.

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