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« on: October 05, 2009, 11:12:51 AM »

Not like its worth it compared to the Origins version (or the dozen or so other versions out there right now), but at least it shows that SE finally seems to be removing that stick up their ass. Here's hoping for some Romancing SaGa and Bahamut Lagoon goodness.

Also I wonder if they'll call FFs IV and VI FFs 2 and 3 respectfully when they're released?
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« Reply #1 on: October 05, 2009, 12:00:10 PM »

FFI, FFII, and FFVIII are released on the PSN too but that's in Japan, just sharing. :P

I hear FFVIII will be coming soon in the PSN according to one of the PSBlog staff's comment.

Anyway, cool to hear but FF1 has been released almost everywhere: NES, PS1, GB, PSN, VC, PSP.
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« Reply #2 on: October 05, 2009, 04:28:12 PM »

Not like its worth it compared to the Origins version (or the dozen or so other versions out there right now), but at least it shows that SE finally seems to be removing that stick up their ass.

Origins? Yes. The other versions? Not so much. They dummied down the difficulty too much by all accounts and changed the MP system, at best you get a unique experience with both the original and the GBA/PSP remakes. Origins however manages to deliver both, so when that hits the PSN or if you live near a Fry's that STILL has it in stock that's the definitive version for anyone who isn't simply nostalgic.

I did get it though, I'd like to play through the original version even if Origins allows me to keep the difficulty without some of the stupider design quirks.

Edit: Hoshino, you forgot WonderSwan, Mobile, and MSX.
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