Final Fantasy Ultimania Archive Volume 1 by Yoshitaka AmanoFinal Fantasy Ultimania Archive is an astonishing journey through the creation of the seminal roleplaying epic, officially licensed for the first time ever!
This holy grail of Final Fantasy fandom is packed full of original concept art, process pieces, and notes from the original artists and designers chronicling the creation of these timeless games. Containing a total of over three hundred pages collected in a high-quality hard-cover binding, Final Fantasy Ultimania Archive Volume 1 remains faithful to its original Japanese source material while simultaneously offering unparalleled accessibility for Western readers. No Final Fantasy collection is complete without this beautiful tome of art, lore, and history.
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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.
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Comic Books Gaming News. Comic Books Previews. Over the past few years, Dark Horse Comics has found great success with its World of Warcraft Chronicle series and line of Legend of Zelda -related tomes. The book will release June 5, Final Fantasy Ultimania Archive is an astonishing journey through the creation of the seminal roleplaying epic, officially licensed for the first time ever!
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Conliff, Fanbase Press Contributor. Art books and archives like the Final Fantasy Ultimania Archive series are a treasure trove of information for creative minds. Even ignoring the value the book has as a piece of art itself, the small insights into the creative process of some of your favorite stories can be invaluable. I've been a fan of the Final Fantasy series for as long as I can remember, and I've often revealed in learning more about the creative process behind each game. To that end, I had the pleasure of reading and reviewing Final Fantasy Ultimania Archive Volume 3 , which focuses on the 10th, 11th, 12th, 13th, and 14th installments in the series. This will be a little different from my normal reviews. There's no narrative structure to speak of, and the artwork isn't a part of a larger story in the traditional sense.