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Final Fantasy V & VI head to PlayStation Network

November 3rd, 2011 by Tony Garsow

As part of Square-Enix’s “Winter of RPGs” campaign, the PlayStation versions of Final Fantasy V and Final Fantasy VI will be available for download on the PlayStation Network on November 22nd and December 6th respectively. Chrono Cross will also be available this coming Tuesday, November 8th.

■ Read the full announcement on the PlayStation Blog.

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  • von

    OH GOD YES! I CAN FINALLY FINISH VI!!!

    V never interested me but Ill give it a try

    Does Chrono Cross have anything to do with Chrono Trigger, Cause im

    playing Trigger right now.

  • YonKitoTaoshibe

    Cool. I’ve heard that FFVI on PS1 was inferior to the GBA version, though. I’m not saying I won’t buy it, but that taken into consideration with the fact that I’ve heard this before makes this a bit tough to get excited over.

  • KakuroDude

    I found Chrono Cross for 20 a few weeks ago and I should be able to get Anthlogy (V and VI) later on today.

  • rattyinc

    Duude, FFV is REALLY good. well depends on what you like. If you like a more humourous FF than this is it, as well as having a great class based level-up system! One of my most faves out of the series.