Perhaps not quite as sexy as Unlimited SaGa's Flash-only official site, but its spiffy factor is not to be disputed. Official site of FFI-IISquare recently opened the official web site of the PlayStation remakes of Final Fantasy and Final Fantasy II.
FFI and FFII will be released separately for 3,800 yen each (about $32 US). Both games will also be released together as "Final Fantasy I-II Premium Package" for 8,800 yen (about $73 US). The limited edition Premium Package, which features special packaging and picture labels, also includes three original collectible figures, described apparently as part of a "Square Minimum Collection."
FFI, FFII, and the Premium Package are officially scheduled for release October 31 in Japan.
Along with opening and ending CG movies, the FFI and FFII remakes for the PS will feature revamped graphics (including new "event scenes"), upgraded sound quality, and a "quick save" option. The PS remakes are based on the WonderSwan Color remakes of the original NES versions of FFI and FFII.
The official site mentions that the PS remakes will also include several special features, including an "easy mode" for beginners, a "monster picture book" (bestiary data), and a Yoshitaka Amano art gallery.