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Final Fantasy 25th Anniversary Ultimate Box Announced
With every main FF title included, it is pretty ultimate. And pricey.
08.31.12 - 1:43 PM

During the Final Fantasy 25th Anniversary event that's just started in Tokyo and will run throughout the weekend, Square Enix's first major announcement was a massive collection of the thirteen main Final Fantasy installments. The Final Fantasy 25th Anniversary Ultimate Box contains the following titles below. All are one disc unless otherwise stated.
  • Final Fantasy, PSOne
  • Final Fantasy II, PSOne
  • Final Fantasy III, PSP
  • Final Fantasy IV, PSOne
  • Final Fantasy V, PSOne
  • Final Fantasy VI, PSOne
  • Final Fantasy VII International, PSOne (four discs)
  • Final Fantasy VIII, PSOne (four discs)
  • Final Fantasy IX, PSOne (four discs)
  • Final Fantasy X, PS2
  • Final Fantasy XI Vana'diel Collection 2, PS2
  • Final Fantasy XII, PS2
  • Final Fantasy XIII, PS3

Square Enix is also throwing in a number of bonus items:
  • Special anniversary DVD
  • Crystal ArtWorks (anniversary visual art collection)
  • 2-disc anniversary music selection CD
  • Final Fantasy XIV Mogu Mogu Earring item code
  • Mini replica of Amano FF 25th Anniversary visual w/ stand

The box will be sold exclusively through Square Enix's eShop for 35,000 yen ($446.90 US), and will release in Japan on December 18th. There has been no announcement for the collection outside Japan yet.




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