Final Fantasy XV is out and despite my esteemed colleagues somewhat grave review, I think its fair to say that it is a decent RPG with a lot of heart which captures the spirit of the series pretty well. However, there are much better entries into the franchise (most of them well over ten years old now) and to celebrate the upcoming 30th anniversary of the esteemed series, Square Enix has got a pretty cool release planned.
The 'Final Fantasy 30th Anniversary Collection' will include Final Fantasy I, II, II, IV, V, VI, VII, VIII, and IX and is coming to both PS4 and PS VIta. Final Fantasy I to VI will include both the original and the modern port and certain content which was originally cut for western audiences will be restored. This will be the first ever official console release for the original versions of II and III, which were never released in the U.S and Europe. Add to that the upcoming releases of the Final Fantasy VII remake as well as the Final Fantasy XIII trilogy on PS4 and I think it's fair to say that Sony is really making the PS4 the spiritual home of the series, just as it's ancestor once was.