Final Fantasy PSP Remakes On the Way

In celebration of the Final Fantasy franchise’s 20th anniversary this year, Square Enix has announced plans to release remastered anniversary editions of the original Final Fantasy and Final Fantasy II exclusively for the PSP. Both games will feature all-new character artwork, enhanced graphics, full 16:9 widescreen presentation, an updated camera view, a save system tailored to portable play, new opening CG cinematics, enhanced soundtracks, art galleries and bestiaries.

“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.”

Final Fantasy is scheduled to hit retailers on June 26th while Final Fantasy II will debut shortly thereafter on July 24th, and both will retail for $29.99. For a first look at both titles feel free to browse the screenshot galleries below.

Final Fantasy:

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Final Fantasy II:

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