http://www.next-gen.biz/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=5612&Itemid=2&limit=1&limitstart=0 I was reading it, and then hit a few coments by the author that were pretty funny. Concerning FF: Anniversay for PSP: 1. Final Fantasy Anniversary Edition -- a remake of the first game in the series, for the Sony PSP, containing the new features of the 2004 Gameboy Advance remake, with newly drawn sprites and the same full-motion video that was included in the 2002 Sony PlayStation remake of the 2000 Bandai WonderSwan remake of the 1987 Nintendo Famicom original version. Crystical Chronicls for DS: 8. Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Ring of Fates -- a new version of Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles, ceremoniously released for Nintendo Gamecube in 2003 as the first Square-Enix game on a Nintendo home console in over five years. This new DS game, which might or might not be a sequel, will no doubt be more successful than its predecessor, which required four people to all A.) Care about videogames, B.) own Gameboy Advances, C.) own Gameboy Advance link cables with which to connect their GBA to a Gamecube, D.) be decent friends with one another, and E.) all be free for six to eight hours at exactly the same time. Now that it's on DS, it should be a little easier to see what the developers are driving at. And hey, it might even have a single-player mode worth mentioning this time. The last section kinda had me though: Other bewildering thought gems included the announcement of an announcement of the new Kingdom Hearts game, to be carried out at this year's Tokyo Game Show. This meta-announcement was, if you trust the Japanese Internet, the highlight of the Square-Enix Party, and it didn't even happen at the event -- it happened at the press conference beforehand. Going along with the meta-announcement flow, Square-Enix announced at the press conference that they would announce a new Star Ocean game on the show floor. As announced, the game was announced, and then kind of ignored. Fans were jumping over ropes to get to the front of the stage show to view the announcement. They sat and waited two hours to hear "Yes, it's coming, and for an unspecified next-generation console", along with a list of names of voice actors and the name of the girl who would sing the theme song. That's it.