You know that list of Final Fantasy games you keep in your head?  The one where you rank your favorites?  You know what’s probably near the bottom of that list?  Final Fantasy V.

There’s nothing really wrong with FFV, it just wasn’t very compelling.  Sure, it introduced the class system we all know and love, but it was still boring as hell and if anyone reading this actually has any fond memories of FFV then more power to ya.

 Originally released in Japan in 1992, FINAL FANTASY V would not be published in North America until 1999 as part of the FINAL FANTASY ANTHOLOGY on the PlayStation®. Now the hugely popular and critically acclaimed FINAL FANTASY V returns, allowing players to indulge in a true gaming classic at home and on the move.

Anyhow, if you’ve got $9.99 and want to see what none of the fuss is about, you can get Final Fantasy V on PSN right now.  Better yet, go get Final Fantasy VI, Chrono Trigger or Alundra on PSN instead.