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FFV Coming to PSN

Posted on Monday, April 4 @ 12:10:51 Eastern by Blake_Morse


It seems like when it comes to classic Final Fantasy games, IV and VI are the ones that everyone always remembers. But there is a middle child in between them that is just as enjoyable to play, even if it's not your particular fan favorite and it's going to be on the Playstation Network soon. Final Fantasy V is making the transition to the digital format, which means on top of getting FFIV: The Complete Collection, you'll also be able to download yourself a copy of V for your PS3 or PSP and work your way up the job ladder with brand new, exclusive CG cut-scenes. I'm sure they'll be throwing in a face-lift for the graphics as well, but nothing's been confirmed as far as that goes. Stay tuned for more news as it filters down the line.

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