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Final Fantasy V gets PSN release

PSone version up for download soon.

Classic RPG Final Fantasy V is on its way to both PlayStation 3 and PSP via PlayStation Network, publisher Square Enix has announced.

The game originally came out on the SNES back in 1992, while a 1998 PSone take added new cutscenes - and it's that version you'll be playing.

A Game Boy Advance port popped up in 2006 too, winning an 8/10 from Eurogamer's Simon Parkin.

No release date or pricing has been pinned down, though Final Fantasy VII, VIII and IX are currently available from Sony's download service for £7.99 so expect it to be in that ballpark.

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