If you weren't following TheFeed's excellent liveblog of Nintendo's GDC keynote, you missed this news: Square Enix is bringing three Final Fantasy titles to the Wii: Two downloadable WiiWare games and a Virtual Console title.
On WiiWare, you can expect Final Fantasy IV: The After Years, an RPG that continues the story that began in 1991's Final Fantasy IV. In Japan, this game was released as a downloadable cellular phone application in February 2008. While it's not exactly breaking news, unless you're a Japanese cell phone fan, it'll probably is for you. The second WiiWare title is Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: My Life as a Darklord. Darklord was released as a cell title in Japan, as well and according to Square, it has been downloaded over 3 million times!
As far as the Virtual Console, Wii users will be able to go totally old-school with the release of the game that started it all: The original Final Fantasy. The one-that-started-it-all will be available for download in Japan in May, and sometime in 2009 in North America.