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Final Fantasy 25th Anniversary Ultimate Box Packs 1st 13 Games

posted on by Egan Loo
Also: Amano's art print, artbook, video disc, 2 CDs, FFXIV in-game Mogu Mogu earring

Square Enix announced at the Friday press conference and opening ceremony for its Final Fantasy 25th anniversary exhibition that it will release a Final Fantasy 25th Anniversary Ultimate Box with the first 13 games in the main series. The set will contain:

Miniature replica of Yoshitaka Amano's FF 25th-anniversary visual artwork with a serial-numbered acrylic stand

All Final Fantasy I-XIII games (not including spinoffs and sequels) in limited-edition special packaging

FF 25th-anniversary commemorative visual art collection Crystal ArtWorks

FF 25th-anniversary commemorative special-edition video disc (working title)

2 FF 25th-anniversary commemorative music selection CDs (working title)

Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn: Mogu Mogu Earring (In-Game Item Code)

The games to be included are:

  • Final Fantasy (PlayStation, 1 disc)
  • Final Fantasy II (PlayStation, 1 disc)
  • Final Fantasy III (PlayStation Portable, 1 disc)
  • Final Fantasy IV (PlayStation, 1 disc)
  • Final Fantasy V (PlayStation, 1 disc)
  • Final Fantasy VI (PlayStation, 1 disc)
  • Final Fantasy VII International (PlayStation, 4 discs)
  • Final Fantasy VIII (PlayStation, 4 discs)
  • Final Fantasy IX (PlayStation, 4 discs)
  • Final Fantasy X (PlayStation 2, 1 disc)
  • Final Fantasy XI Vana'diel Collection 2 (PlayStation 2, 1 disc)
  • Final Fantasy XII (PlayStation 2, 1 disc)
  • Final Fantasy XIII (PlayStation 3, 1 disc)

The box will ship on December 18 for 35,000 yen (about US$450). The box is limited to the number of pre-orders that Square Enix receives in its online E-Store by September 30.

[Via Hachima Kikō]

Update: The Mainichi Shimbun paper's Mantan Web site posted photographs from its coverage of the exhibition's preview and opening ceremony.

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