04 Apr

In a press release, which has been included after the break, Square Enix announced that Final Fantasy V, which was originally released in 1992, will be released on Playstation Network at a currently unspecified date.

The re-release of Final Fantasy V will include new CG-scenes. Final Fantasy V will be the sixth game in the franchise to be re-released in the Playstation Store, with the original from 1987, it’s sequel from 1988, Final Fantasy VII (1997), Final Fantasy Tactics (1997), Final Fantasy VIII (1998),  and Final Fantasy IX (2000) having preceded it.


London (4th April  2011) – Square Enix Ltd., the publisher of Square Enix® interactive entertainment products in Europe and other PAL territories, today announces FINAL FANTASY® V is currently in development for PlayStation® 3 and the PSP® (PlayStation® Portable) system via the PlayStation® Network.

The hugely popular and critically-acclaimed FINAL FANTASY V returns, with original fans and new adventurers able to indulge in a true gaming classic at home and on the move.

Players will experience all-new CG cinematic sequences exclusive to the PSN edition, and discover the early days of renowned FINAL FANTASY gameplay features including the Active Time Battle system, mini quests, magic summoning and much more.

One thought on “Final Fantasy V Announced for PSN”

  1. This is a wierd choice… FF4,6,7,or 9 are usually the ones that the fans want to see remade… not 5. Oh well, I haven’t played it yet, so I might look at it.

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