Final Fantasy Digital Collection out now in Asia
Set with download codes for Final Fantasy I to Final Fantasy IX to cost S$209($153); 2,000 units available.
Sony Computer Entertainment Hong Kong and Square Enix have announced that its earliest Final Fantasy games are now available in a digital collection exclusive to Asia.
The set contains nine codes for each entry of the game from Final Fantasy I to Final Fantasy IX; all of them are playable on the PS3, PSP, and PS Vita. Each of these codes will be on a card featuring artwork from Yoshitaka Amano and written prologues in Chinese and English.
The collection also has a "Masterpieces" soundtrack CD featuring highlighted tracks from Final Fantasy I to Final Fantasy IX, as well as an exclusive pamphlet from the Final Fantasy 25th Anniversary exhibition that took place last September.
Fans will have to shell out S$209($153). There will only be 2000 of these collections on sale within the Asia region. In related news, Sony Computer Entertainment Japan and Square Enix also announced a 25th anniversary collection that went on sale last December.
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