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Final Fantasy Visual Art Book
Early Final Fantasy VII Works
Sony Magazines is a Japanese publisher under SME. It published the official PlayStation magazine called "Hyper PlayStation" and "Hyper PlayStation 2" from 1994 to 2006. The magazine was focused on releasing latest PS / PS2 news to it's reader. On 1996, the magazine attached this visual art book with it's April issue to showcase FFVII's early works. You will see some world and characters design at development stage. It also includes interview with developers as well as a FF history briefing. The book advertised FFVII was originally targeted to release on Dec. 1996 with 2CD pack ¥5,800 but we all know that the actual release date was Jan. 1997 with 3CD pack ¥6,800. Sakaguchi also explained in this book why the team choose to use CD-ROM.
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Took this POP collection of FF XIII promo materials from 2009 out of the bag to admire it, no way to see it all in the original bag. Keep it stored there though, as you can see in the 3rd pic. This set came with instructions to build a cool display, included some pics. All the character standees are really cool.
Extra large shoulder bag featuring “The City”, my favorite Amano art scene, with a matching FF VI vending machine insert for the same 1994/1995, BANDAI gashapon or vending machine toys I posted a while back. 2nd pic shows the cool all black side and the 3rd pic shows the full bag. Anything with Terra on her magitek armor is worth x10 more to me as a collector, so if you ever want to trade, just offer that up 😁. I’ll post some more POP tomorrow AM. Tagged just a few folks whose support I appreciate - thank you! 🙏
Because of the economics, I couldn't achieve my dream of collecting every PlayStation RPG. Starting today I'm just a #FinalFantasyCollector!
3 weeks ago
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1 week ago
This is Mozart. He was the fourth moogle to join us. One day, when we were sat on the grass, looking up and seeing Eidolon shapes in the clouds, Mozart flew over our heads, whistling the theme to Balamb Garden. We invited him to sit with us. And he told us of his troubles. He was a musician. Many restaurants, bars, and clubs had hired him, but they offered no money, only publicity. Unfortunately, publicity didn’t pay the bills. And so, he lost his home, and became a wandering whistler. We offered him a job with us – paid, of course. He now makes many rearrangements of popular Final Fantasy songs which can be heard around The Moogle Museum. You might also see him flying around, dishing out a happy whistle.
This moogle was created by Square Enix in 2014. It’s based on the moogle from Final Fantasy Theatrhythm, a rhythm game where you can use the Nintendo DS’s stylus to tap and swipe in time to all your favourite Final Fantasy songs.
Week before last, my posts focused on posters, this week it’s promo materials, or POP in Japan, which I’ve found to be even rarer. These materials are all packaged together, usually in large sheets including mini banners, standees, displays, character cut outs, etc. sent to stores for them to put up. Lucky enough to have a lot of these and I’ll share a few I haven’t already. Here we have a sealed set for FF XII Zodiac Age, circa July 2017.
Feel asleep 😴 telling my son a story last night, who can relate? So no new POP, but check out this super colorful, large and minty poster for FF XII from Lawson’s, a convenience store franchise in Japan, circa 2006.
Sealed promo materials or POP for FF Crystal Chronicles: The Crystal Bearers from 2009. This promo set came with five characters posters as well, see the other pics. Hope everyone is having a good day so far!
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"Cloud" is more like a fashion magazine to me compare to other gaming magazines.😆 Not only does it has tons of beautiful images, interviews with developer and voice actors, it also introduced the games in different aspects such as the accessories characters wear, or the real world that related to the game. You will see the real Shibuya that appears in "The World Ends with You". Moreover, it comes with a DVD that contains various Square Enix games trailer. The magazine talks about Compilation of FFVII, Fabula Nova Crystallis FFXIII, Dissidia, The 3rd Birthday and The Worls Ends with You. It's quite fun to read it. Although it said to be Vol.1, we never see a Vol.2 coming.
Publish Date: 2008/1/5
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We managed to win this moogle a few months ago, but completely forgot to share it. It’s a Trust Moogle from Final Fantasy Brave Exvius. At the flick of a switch, the star shines bright, illuminating all moogles around it – especially the one sat on top. It’s perfect for these winter nights. The Moogle Museum sure is a little brighter now.
This moogle was won using Toreba – an app which enables you to play crane games from your phone. They have a large variety of prizes to be won, and, to the best of our knowledge, they’re all official licenced products. They often have Final Fantasy items, just like this moogle. We were even able to win this moogle using one of our free daily play tickets. Lucky us.