Final Fantasy 25th Anniversary Box announced for Japan

35,000 yen for every mainline fantasy, extra goodies.

Square Enix made a major announcement during its Final Fantasy 25th anniversary party in Shibuya today. On December 18, it will release a 13-game “Final Fantasy 25th Anniversary Box” in Japan for 35,000 yen (approx. $445).

Games available in the box include:

  • Final Fantasy (PlayStation)
  • Final Fantasy II (PlayStation)
  • Final Fantasy III (PlayStation Portable)
  • Final Fantasy IV (PlayStation)
  • Final Fantasy V (PlayStation)
  • Final Fantasy VI (PlayStation)
  • Final Fantasy VII International (PlayStation)
  • Final Fantasy VIII (PlayStation)
  • Final Fantasy IX (PlayStation)
  • Final Fantasy X (PlayStation 2)
  • Final Fantasy XI Vana Diel Collection (PlayStation 2)
  • Final Fantasy XII (PlayStation 2)
  • Final Fantasy XIII (PlayStation 3)

Other bonuses include:

  • Yoshitaka Amano-produced Final Fantasy 25th anniversary visual mini-replica
  • Crystal Artworks visual art collection
  • Final Fantasy 25th anniversary special edition video disc
  • Two-disc Final Fantasy 25th anniversary music selection
  • Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn ‘Mogu Mogu Earring’ limited in-game item
  • Yoshitaka Amano-produced Final Fantasy 25th anniversary visual display acrylic stand

The Final Fantasy 25th Anniversary Box is available exclusively through Square-Enix’s e-Store.

In a separate announcement, Square Enix announced a new set of three “Memorial Ultimania” books headed to Japan. The first book spans Final Fantasy I through VI; the second spans VII through IX; and the third X through XIV. Each books contains 320 pages. These will also be available on December 18 exclusively through the e-Store for 3,255 yen a book.

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