Square Enix has confirmed that PSP versions of Final Fantasy I and II will both be making their way over here and indeed to all PAL territories for early 2008. Providing they save often and bring enough potions.

They've been out for a while in the US, as you may know, having both received sexy polishing jobs.

"FINAL FANTASY and FINAL FANTASY II are the foundations of the Square Enix success story," said John Yamamoto, president and CEO of Square Enix Ltd. No need to shout.

"They are the first two steps in the long and distinguished history of the FINAL FANTASY franchise." He's doing it again! "With these beautiful new versions, fans can now experience the origins of FINAL FANTASY wherever they go."

Providing they take a PSP, obviously, with which they can experience new dungeons, widescreen visuals and redrawn artwork. It's history in the remaking!

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