You'll soon be able to play the original Final Fantasy games on yet another platform, as Sony has announced that Final Fantasy Origins is coming to the PlayStation Network tomorrow. The PS1 game compiled the original Final Fantasy and the Japanese Final Fantasy II into one package with a few new bells and whistles.
Sony gave word of the impending release, and highlighted a few extra features. This version adds a memo file function for easier saving, multiple difficulty levels for quests, CG movies and stills, an art gallery, and revamped graphics and sound. No price was given, but Square's PS1 Classics tend to be priced at $9.99.
The PSP remakes of the two games usually retail for roughly $10 each, so this might be a better value for your money. That is, if you haven't played one of the five or six other re-releases that have come out in the past few years.