Square Enix Confirms PSP Final Fantasy Remakes

Square Enix Confirms PSP Final Fantasy Remakes

Square Enix has officially announced the latest Final Fantasy remake for handheld game consoles, with remastered versions of both the original Final Fantasy and Final Fantasy II scheduled to ship exclusively for the PSP in North America this summer.

Square Enix Confirms PSP  Final Fantasy  Remakes With a 20 year heritage, the Final Fantasy series remains one of the most successful and highly regarded series of console role-playing games, with versions on 28 different platforms, as well as 2 CG animated films and 29 music soundtracks released worldwide.

The original Final Fantasy, first released for the NES in 1987, will be released for the PSP on June 26, with the remade sequel appearing a month later on July 24. Both games have been the subject of various re-mastering efforts over the years, with the most recent coming via Final Fantasy I & 2: Dawn of Souls for the Game Boy Advance.

Square Enix notes that these latest titles, which have been dubbed “anniversary editions,” will include “entirely new content,” such as new character art, updated graphics, new dungeons, full 16:9 widescreen presentation, and an updated camera.

“So much has changed within the video game industry since the first console was launched, and Final Fantasy has always pushed the envelope, creating the most advanced graphics and immersive storylines possible,” said Executive Producer Shinji Hashimoto “It is amazing to see how far Final Fantasy has come in the past twenty years, and we cannot wait to continue bringing fans more Final Fantasy titles in the next twenty years.”

Posted by Art_Sempai @ 4/17/2007 18:03  |    12


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schrumpfkopf (Level 4 Team Leader) @ 4/25/2007 13:50
@jalonso - u can downgrade it somehow and play good games - i check links till tomorrow

Metaru (Level 8 Brigadier General) @ 4/24/2007 02:11
sell it and buy a Neo Geo Pocket Color n_-

klav (Level 7 Mass Murderer) @ 4/22/2007 18:53
import dj max (korean version) and the import of initial d -streetstage is probably the best racing game for the psp, its tough as balls thou. 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MxCwYV7UEMI    -movie of dj max.... (sorry about the non-linkage, sometimes it works, sometimes it don't). 

PixelSnader (Level 2 Peon) @ 4/21/2007 12:17

jalonso (Level 11 Godfather) @ 4/20/2007 20:30
I gots me a psp and every game I buy has shit graphics and bores me...some suggestions would be great.

klav (Level 7 Mass Murderer) @ 4/20/2007 04:36
einhander is the BEST.... im hoping that sony releases it as downloadable content thru the ps3, which then can be played thru a psp.

Noveroth (Level 2 Flatfoot) @ 4/19/2007 17:42
I'm waiting for the PSP Final Fantasy tactics port.. It's still sprite based :D

Metaru (Level 8 Brigadier General) @ 4/19/2007 16:22

Grandia 2 is all i need in RPG's.

screw that 'remake' thing.

Pixel_Outlaw (Level 2 Flatfoot) @ 4/19/2007 08:53

Ahhha better idea yet. Squeenix you worthless pig, I demand an Einhander sequil.


Or make that Fantisy Dragon Quest we all want to play.

Pixel_Outlaw (Level 2 Flatfoot) @ 4/19/2007 08:49
Why not own/play the originalls like those over 13 years of age do?

silent sniper (Level 1 Depressed) @ 4/18/2007 17:07
theyre cheaper for gba anyways

happip (Level 6 Serial Killer) @ 4/18/2007 08:54
final fantasy remakes for psp are just stupid ports with some graphical improvements. nothing special.
If they wanted to make a great remake they should have looked at Tales of Destiny Remake. now that's a good remake that still uses 2d sprites mixed with one of the best battle systems >_<

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