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Final Fantasy 25th Anniv. boxset trailer

September 21st, 2012 by Tony Garsow

Revealed at the Final Fantasy 25th Anniversary Event at the end of August, the Final Fantasy 25th Anniversary Ultimate Box contains every main numbered Final Fantasy (save XIV’s forthcoming re-release) on a PlayStation platform.

The boxset includes a behind the scenes disc, a Crystal Artworks gallery with new art from Yoshitaka Amano, two CDs of series music selections, a FFXIV Mogu Mogu Earring voucher, and a statuette of Yoshitaka Amano’s 25th Anniversary logo.

Available September 30th in Japan only through the Square Enix e-Shop, it will retail for 35000 yen (USD $448).

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  • AgitoXIII

    It’s coming this soon? Hmm I must obtain this. Somehow…

  • it’s a must get for me as a long decade fan of the series! and that FFXIV moguri earring,gotta have it.

  • That price tag is insane. Granted it comes with all the main games, but anyone who’s serious about buying this would’ve already had most, if not all these games already. That leaves the extra book / art, and CDs… which I can’t justify spending half a grand on.

    Guess I’ll forever admire this from a distance.

  • MNV

    Seriously, I agree with hexadecimal.ca. As neat as this looks, I really don’t plan on buying it. I understand that Japan’s economy is a mess right now, but I really do own all these games, and I promise you I didn’t even spend half of what they’re asking for them.

    I’ll play through them again as time allows, but a $450+ price tag can suck it. Damnation.

  • Chris

    I agree with hexadecimal.ca and MNV but also because this boxset:

    A) Won’t LIKELY be released overseas. Too much of a hassle to those who would want to buy the set to play the games. And like the above said alot of diehard fans already own the entire series.
    B) Doesn’t include the international versions of games that have those updated versions (only includes the originals). This ties in with my first point.

    Definitley not worth the half a grand price tag even with the flashy new artwork and music. I did enjoy watching the trailer though. Well done.

  • AgitoXIII

    It’s more of a collector’s item. A commemortive thing for the 25th anniversary.

  • GarnetxLove

    AgitoXIII is right, it is commemorative thing for the 25th Anniversary.
    But for fans who don’t want to spend that amount of money could always buy the Memoral Ultimania’s.
    I am planning to buy the second and third books.

  • Commemorative or not, I still don’t think this set will do so well. As opposed to, say, the Street Fighter 25th collection, Capcom actually thought of their fans. It comes with all the bells and whistles (every iteration of the games, DVD extras, art book, figurine, and more) all for a cool $150.

    You may think I’m comparing apples to oranges, but if you think about it, it’s not all that different. It doesn’t seem like they want to get this into the hands of their fans so easily and is a poor way to “celebrate” this Anniversary. They could push the price down if they wanted to, but they won’t. They’re using the FF brand name way too hard in my opinion.

    And for those who want to give me the “this is only for hardcore fans”, I actually went to Japan solely to attend and obtain FF 20th anniversary stuff——and I still think this price is ridiculous. Exclusivity in this type of form always sucks.

  • Chris

    @hexadecimal.ca

    I agree 100% with you again. It is still really nice as a commemorative item alone but still just not worth the price. Add to that it may only see a Japan release (and for that price it is HIGHLY likely). xD