Square Enix has kept pumping content into Final Fantasy IV these past 20 years. There's been updates to visuals and music, multiple rereleases, new story segments and spinoffs, and about 2.5 million horny fanfics starring the game's characters. They've taken everything but the horny fanfics and put them into a PSP release called Final Fantasy IV: The Complete Collection, which is finally available today.
The 20th Anniversary Edition includes a graphically enhanced version of one of my favorite RPGs ever, Final Fantasy IV, the complete episodic series The After Years, and an entirely new Interlude, which connects the stories between the previous two entries in the franchise.
In the same box, with all of this RPG goodness, you'll find five collectible trading cards and a download code for a special "Knight of the Twin Moon" costume for Cecil Dark Knight and Cecil Paladin in Dissidia 012 [duodecim] Final Fantasy.
There's a new launch trailer (above) and some screenshots from all three games for you to enjoy in our gallery.
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10:30 AM on 03.26.2015