In a bit of a surprise announcement, Square Enix has opened a site to announce the service Divein which will see many of its titles become available for streaming to smartphones and tablets on Android and iOS when it launches on October 9th in Japan.
Some of the titles that are advertised on the site include Final Fantasy VII, Season of Mystery: The Cherry Blossom Murders, and even Final Fantasy XIII. As the site states, players can enjoy the first 30 minutes for free but will have to pay a fee in order to unlock more time with the game. These periods range from 3 days, 10 days, 30 days, and 365 days. Prices go from around 200 Yen to around 1500 Yen.
In November, the company will put Final Fantasy VIII and The Last Remnant on the service, followed by Final Fantasy XIII-2 and Murdered: Soul Suspect in November, and then Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII will arrive sometime in 2015. Since this is a streaming service, the games will require an internet connection to play and of course a compatible device.
You can check out the official website for more.