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Look at These World of Final Fantasy PlayStation Vita Systems

Japan is getting two special-edition systems themed around the upcoming game


Square Enix and Sony today announced specially branded PlayStation Vita systems themed around the soon-to-launch Final Fantasy game World of Final Fantasy.

According to a translation from Gematsu, these include the Primero Edition and the Oobito Edition. They are priced at ¥20,980, which comes out to around $207. As you can see in the images below, the systems feature imagery from the game on the back, including characters and creatures.

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Included with both models is an original World of Final Fantasy theme, along with packaging that is themed around the game. The systems go on sale on in Japan on October 27 alongside the game.

You can click through the image gallery above to get a closer look at the systems and the special content.

People in Japan can preorder the systems starting today from the Sony Store.

World of Final Fantasy was announced at E3 2015 and launches in North America on October 25 for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita. A $120 collector's edition has been announced for PS4.

Square Enix is positioning World of Final Fantasy as something of a gateway title for those unfamiliar with the mega-franchise while keeping its appeal with longtime fans. While it will star new characters, it is also chocked full of familiar faces from the series.

The game is set in the land of Grimoire, where all the Final Fantasy characters live. The two main characters shown in the announcement trailer--Rain and her little brother--are venturing into the world to battle against and befriend monsters. These creatures have been pulled from all previous Final Fantasy games, giving players a chance to do battle with cute chibi versions of Behemoths and even cuter chibi chocobos. The monsters featured in The World of Final Fantasy will come from the entire series history, including spinoff titles like Final Fantasy Tactics and Crystal Chronicles.

For more on World of Final Fantasy, check out GameSpot's interview feature, "What Exactly Is World of Final Fantasy?"

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