The Final Fantasy Trading Card game has finally made its way west, and it features a huge assortment of characters and creatures. There are three starting decks that run $24.99 and each come with the theme of a different game; Final Fantasy VII, X, and XIII. Head over to the <a href=”https://www.fftradingcardgame.com/na/page/where-to-buy#0″ target=”_blank”>official website</a> to find a place to buy them, or pick them up through <a href=”https://www.amazon.com/Final-Fantasy-Trading-Card-Game/dp/B01KGQP2OQ/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1479362924&sr=8-1&keywords=final+fantasy+trading+cards” target=”_blank”>certain stores</a> on Amazon.
This package is a real treat for any fan, not just those looking forward to Final Fantasy XV. Of course it comes with XV’s full soundtrack, but also a special selection of piano versions from the game, a behind the scenes blu-ray with Florence + The Machine, and a booklet that has interviews with the composer, Yoko Shimomura. Even better you get a disc containing all the songs you can listen to on the Regalia’s radio, over 250 songs from across the series. What a package for $109.99 on the <a href=”https://store.na.square-enix.com/product/425652/final-fantasy-xv-original-soundtrack-limited-edition-blu-ray-music-disc” target=”_blank”>Square Enix Store.</a>
Square Enix makes some of the most high quality figures around, and Play Arts-Kai are at the top. These figures will set you back about $110 each, but the quality cannot be denied. Whether you want to pick up a character from Final Fantasy XV, or someone’s favorite character from the series, you can find a ton on the <a href=”https://store.na.square-enix.com/search?p=play%20arts%20kai” target=”_blank”>Square Enix Store.</a>
Yoshitaka Amano is the famed concept artist for the Final Fantasy series, known for his ethereal artwork. There are multiple compilations of his work, some focusing entirely on Final Fantasy. You can find some on Amazon, with <a href=”https://www.amazon.com/Yoshitaka-Amano-Illustrations/dp/1421589575/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1479366158&sr=8-1&keywords=yoshitaka+amano” target=”_blank”>Amano: Illustrations</a> collecting his work and <a href=”https://www.amazon.com/Sky-Art-Final-Fantasy-Slipcased/dp/1616551607/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1479366158&sr=8-3&keywords=yoshitaka+amano” target=”_blank”>The Sky</a> focusing on Final Fantasy.
Everyone knows the cheerful yellow birds known as Chocobos in Final Fantasy. <a href=”http://www.gamestop.com/shirts/final-fantasy-xv-chocobo-crossing-t-shirt-medium/136766″ target=”_blank”>GameStop</a> has a shirt available for $15, featuring a crossing sign with a Chocobo on it. Any fan of the series looking forward to Final Fantasy XV is sure to love it.
The Moogle is quite possibly one of the most iconic thing about the series, and functions as a mascot. As such any fan needs some kind of Moogle collectible, and this lamp fits the bill with a pom-pom that lights up. You can find it on <a href=”https://www.amazon.com/Taito-Fantasy-Moogle-Figure-Yellow/dp/B01HUZYRRY/ref=sr_1_19?ie=UTF8&qid=1479360477&sr=8-19&keywords=Final+Fantasy” target=”_blank”>Amazon</a> for $42.99.
Nostalgia is a powerful thing in video games, and no era draws on it more than 8-bit. These gorgeous pieces of art bring the old 8-bit games to life, and lets you hang it on your wall. There’s a huge selection including Final Fantasy VI and Chrono Trigger. Pick them up from Etsy user <a href=”https://www.etsy.com/shop/Decor8bitArt/items” target=”_blank”>Decor8bitArt</a> for about $65 apiece.
For those who are fans of Final Fantasy VII and onward, these are some gorgeous bundles of Collector’s Edition Strategy Guides. Each game guide has been remade and updated, and there’s two bundles that cost $129.99. One contains <a href=”https://store.na.square-enix.com/product/284701/final-fantasy-box-set-ffvii-ffviii-ffix-book” target=”_blank”>VII, VIII, and IX</a> while the other has
<a href=”https://store.na.square-enix.com/product/290158/final-fantasy-box-set-2-ffx-ffx-2-ffxii-book” target=”_blank”>X, X-2, and XII.</a> You can find them on the Square Enix Store or Amazon.
Final Fantasy Trading Cards
The Final Fantasy Trading Card game has finally made its way west, and it features a huge assortment of characters and creatures. There are three starting decks that cost $24.99, and each come with the theme of a different game; Final Fantasy VII, X, and XIII. Head over to the official website to find a place to buy them, or pick them up through certain stores on Amazon.