Aug 31 2012

Square Enix announces Final Fantasy 25th Anniversary Ultimate Box

Is it just me or is everyone and their mother having a 25th anniversary for a franchise as of late?

Square Enix is the latest to have a 25th anniversary with the Final Fantasy Franchise and they have announced that they will be releasing a Box Collection to celebrate the event.  The box being released December 18th 2012 exclusively through Square Enix’s e-Shop.  More importantly it seems that the box collection will come with every major Final Fantasy release to date.  The catch is that the box is exclusive to Sony platforms ( the package includes PS1, PS2, PS3 and PSP games ). For a full list of everything that comes with the Ultimate Box hit the jump.

  • Final Fantasy (PS1 , 1 disc)
  • Final Fantasy II (PS1 , 1 disc)
  • Final Fantasy III (PSP , 1 disc)
  • Final Fantasy IV (PS1 , 1 disc)
  • Final Fantasy V (PS1, 1 disc)
  • Final Fantasy VI (PS1, 1 disc)
  • Final Fantasy VII International (PS1, 4 discs)
  • Final Fantasy VIII (PS1, 4 discs)
  • Final Fantasy IX (PS1, 4 discs)
  • Final Fantasy X (PS2, 1 disc)
  • Final Fantasy XI Vana Del Collection 2 (PS2, 1 disc)
  • Final Fantasy XII (PS2, 1 disc)
  • Final Fantasy XIII (PS3, 1 disc)
  • Special anniversary video disc
  • Crystal ArtWorks — an anniversary visual art collection
  • A two disc anniversary music selection CD
  • Final Fantasy XIV Mogu Mogu Earring item code
  • Mini replica of Amano FF 25th Anniversary visual and stand
The whole package is said to go for 35,000 yen or around $450.00 for those of you in the United States.  No word on whether or not Square Enix will make an English version of the box set available but it wouldn’t surprise me if they did. Hell I already purchased Final Fantasy IV a total of 5 times I may as well buy it again if they give me a chance.  Though I definitely question their choice of certain ports of the games.  I know the PS1 versions of Final Fantasy 1, 2 and 4 are kinda shoddy compared to the PSP version and since they already have a UMD game in there you would think they would have pushed for the better versions being in the box.


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Jason has had a passion for video games ever since he first laid his hands on an NES. He is an enthusiast of gaming and a major tech nerd.