Final Fantasy Ultimania Archive Volume 3 by Square EnixThe journey through the creation of the groundbreaking video games continues with this volume, featuring hundreds of pieces of concept art, design notes, and creator retrospectives from the original team behind the making of Final Fantasy X, Final Fantasy XI, Final Fantasy XII, Final Fantasy XIII, and Final Fantasy XIV.
Art, commentary, and lore from a transformative era in the indispensable role-playing franchise, collected in a beautifully printed 300-plus-page hardcover. Foray into one of gamings most iconic properties, exploring beautiful art and incisive commentary behind five of the most memorable entries in the Final Fantasy saga.
Final Fantasy Ultimania Archive Volume 3 authentically translates original Japanese source material to present unparalleled access for a Western audience. This incredible tome is a must-have addition to any Final Fantasy enthusiasts collection.
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It is a must for big fans of the series in this era. Several months ago, I began a journey to play, and finish, a bunch of Final Fantasy games I never managed to complete growing up. This massive tome comes in at pages of full-color tidbits, artwork and plot recaps. I was pleasantly surprised to see the detail given. Every main character is profiled in detail, from race and age to class and biography. It is exceptionally interesting to read about characters whose games I have played, if not completed, and see what the developers intended when creating them.
The Final Fantasy Ultimania Archive books are a series of guidebooks concerning the first fourteen titles of the Final Fantasy series. The original Japanese editions are titled the Final Fantasy 25th Memorial Ultimania and released in December 18, , 25 years after the release of the original Final Fantasy , to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the series. They were later published digitally on February 1, The books are primarily art books, featuring short profiles of the main characters and some commentary on the art. Much of the art has not appeared in any artbooks published prior. The book released in three separate volumes, the first covering the six NES and SNES titles, the second covering the three PlayStation titles, and the third covering the following five titles.