RUMOR: Final Fantasy I – IX to be Released in Single Disc for PS4 / Vita

Tuesday, December 6th, 2016

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I think that all fans of Final Fantasy, past and present, can agree that we would love to have nearly all the games available on one handy disc. I mean, I can’t speak for everyone, but I am a gamer that revels in nostalgia, and the convenience of multiple games in one package really speaks to me. After all, that’s why I loved the idea of the Mega Man Legacy Collection (if not the execution). So the reason this has been brought up is a new rumor floating around the interwebs about some collection of Final Fantasy games, from I all the way to IX, coming to PS4 and Vita.

While this rumor has not been confirmed as the real deal by Square Enix, it is fun to think about it. After all, what better holiday present could they offer than a bunch of our favorite games all wrapped up with a bow? The speculation is also due to the fact that Final Fantasy is nigh on their 30th anniversary, so anything is possible. After all, Square Enix does like making money by repackaging our nostalgia and making us buy it a second time, so who knows? All I know is that this purported Anniversary Collection would be even more awesome than a spacefaring, boozehound, babe magnet bad-ass Moogle captain (not a real thing or even a rumor, but it should be).


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