Final Fantasy Ultimania Archive Volume 1

Final Fantasy Ultimania Archive Volume 1

Final 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 o Final Fantasy Ultimania Archive is an astonishing journey through the creation of the seminal roleplaying epic, offic...

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Title:Final Fantasy Ultimania Archive Volume 1
Author:Yoshitaka Amano
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Genres:Art
ISBN:1506706444
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:336 pages pages

Final Fantasy Ultimania Archive Volume 1 Reviews

  • Brian
    Dec 10, 2018

    To celebrate the twenty-fifth anniversary of Final Fantasy (2012), Square Enix in conjecture with Dark Horse had released the Final Fantasy Ultimania Archive, a three-volume set, chronicling all the main titles of Final Fantasy to date (Final Fantasy I ? XIV). It has finally been tra...

    A great encyclopedia of the first six Final Fantasy games and all the little elements that make them unique and fascinating. The best part of the book is that it includes production notes and guides and just general production pieces that I'd never seen before. It really does give an...

    This is a must read for any fan of Final Fantasy, in particular the classic game. The book covers the first 6 games in the Final Fantasy series in depth. Each section includes character character, bios of the main and secondary characters, artwork for the monsters, memorable lines and ...

  • Stacey Chancellor
    Jul 30, 2018

    To celebrate the twenty-fifth anniversary of Final Fantasy (2012), Square Enix in conjecture with Dark Horse had released the Final Fantasy Ultimania Archive, a three-volume set, chronicling all the main titles of Final Fantasy to date (Final Fantasy I ? XIV). It has finally been tra...

    A great encyclopedia of the first six Final Fantasy games and all the little elements that make them unique and fascinating. The best part of the book is that it includes production notes and guides and just general production pieces that I'd never seen before. It really does give an...

    This is a must read for any fan of Final Fantasy, in particular the classic game. The book covers the first 6 games in the Final Fantasy series in depth. Each section includes character character, bios of the main and secondary characters, artwork for the monsters, memorable lines and ...

    Perfect for fans of the franchise. I?d say get it for the beautiful artwork, but there?s also some really cool behind the scenes scans that could teach us all a thing or two about how video games are written?or at least were written back in the day. ...

    This made me want to play the original games. I really didn't know much about the earlier games, considering the first two Final Fantasy games I was exposed to, once I was old enough to be interested, were X and X-2. What's nice, though, is that all the early games are re-released as d...

    Everything I wanted in a book like this. ...

    While not spoiler-free, it keeps enough of the stories of each game as nebulous as possible while remaining as good a jog down one of the dorkiest chapters of my life I can remember. ...

    Tons of great artwork and trivia on Final Fantasy. If you love the series give it a shot! ...

    As a long time Final Fantasy fan, I adored this. ...

  • Brenda Lower
    Aug 14, 2018

    To celebrate the twenty-fifth anniversary of Final Fantasy (2012), Square Enix in conjecture with Dark Horse had released the Final Fantasy Ultimania Archive, a three-volume set, chronicling all the main titles of Final Fantasy to date (Final Fantasy I ? XIV). It has finally been tra...

    A great encyclopedia of the first six Final Fantasy games and all the little elements that make them unique and fascinating. The best part of the book is that it includes production notes and guides and just general production pieces that I'd never seen before. It really does give an...

    This is a must read for any fan of Final Fantasy, in particular the classic game. The book covers the first 6 games in the Final Fantasy series in depth. Each section includes character character, bios of the main and secondary characters, artwork for the monsters, memorable lines and ...

    Perfect for fans of the franchise. I?d say get it for the beautiful artwork, but there?s also some really cool behind the scenes scans that could teach us all a thing or two about how video games are written?or at least were written back in the day. ...

    This made me want to play the original games. I really didn't know much about the earlier games, considering the first two Final Fantasy games I was exposed to, once I was old enough to be interested, were X and X-2. What's nice, though, is that all the early games are re-released as d...

    Everything I wanted in a book like this. ...

    While not spoiler-free, it keeps enough of the stories of each game as nebulous as possible while remaining as good a jog down one of the dorkiest chapters of my life I can remember. ...

    Tons of great artwork and trivia on Final Fantasy. If you love the series give it a shot! ...

    As a long time Final Fantasy fan, I adored this. ...

    Loved seeing all the inspirational art for these games. Fantastically beautiful book! ...

  • Phil
    Sep 19, 2018

    To celebrate the twenty-fifth anniversary of Final Fantasy (2012), Square Enix in conjecture with Dark Horse had released the Final Fantasy Ultimania Archive, a three-volume set, chronicling all the main titles of Final Fantasy to date (Final Fantasy I ? XIV). It has finally been tra...

    A great encyclopedia of the first six Final Fantasy games and all the little elements that make them unique and fascinating. The best part of the book is that it includes production notes and guides and just general production pieces that I'd never seen before. It really does give an...

    This is a must read for any fan of Final Fantasy, in particular the classic game. The book covers the first 6 games in the Final Fantasy series in depth. Each section includes character character, bios of the main and secondary characters, artwork for the monsters, memorable lines and ...

    Perfect for fans of the franchise. I?d say get it for the beautiful artwork, but there?s also some really cool behind the scenes scans that could teach us all a thing or two about how video games are written?or at least were written back in the day. ...

    This made me want to play the original games. I really didn't know much about the earlier games, considering the first two Final Fantasy games I was exposed to, once I was old enough to be interested, were X and X-2. What's nice, though, is that all the early games are re-released as d...

    Everything I wanted in a book like this. ...

    While not spoiler-free, it keeps enough of the stories of each game as nebulous as possible while remaining as good a jog down one of the dorkiest chapters of my life I can remember. ...

    Tons of great artwork and trivia on Final Fantasy. If you love the series give it a shot! ...

  • Heather
    Aug 02, 2018

    To celebrate the twenty-fifth anniversary of Final Fantasy (2012), Square Enix in conjecture with Dark Horse had released the Final Fantasy Ultimania Archive, a three-volume set, chronicling all the main titles of Final Fantasy to date (Final Fantasy I ? XIV). It has finally been tra...

    A great encyclopedia of the first six Final Fantasy games and all the little elements that make them unique and fascinating. The best part of the book is that it includes production notes and guides and just general production pieces that I'd never seen before. It really does give an...

    This is a must read for any fan of Final Fantasy, in particular the classic game. The book covers the first 6 games in the Final Fantasy series in depth. Each section includes character character, bios of the main and secondary characters, artwork for the monsters, memorable lines and ...

    Perfect for fans of the franchise. I?d say get it for the beautiful artwork, but there?s also some really cool behind the scenes scans that could teach us all a thing or two about how video games are written?or at least were written back in the day. ...

    This made me want to play the original games. I really didn't know much about the earlier games, considering the first two Final Fantasy games I was exposed to, once I was old enough to be interested, were X and X-2. What's nice, though, is that all the early games are re-released as d...

    Everything I wanted in a book like this. ...

    While not spoiler-free, it keeps enough of the stories of each game as nebulous as possible while remaining as good a jog down one of the dorkiest chapters of my life I can remember. ...

    Tons of great artwork and trivia on Final Fantasy. If you love the series give it a shot! ...

    As a long time Final Fantasy fan, I adored this. ...

    Loved seeing all the inspirational art for these games. Fantastically beautiful book! ...

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  • Chy
    May 07, 2019

    To celebrate the twenty-fifth anniversary of Final Fantasy (2012), Square Enix in conjecture with Dark Horse had released the Final Fantasy Ultimania Archive, a three-volume set, chronicling all the main titles of Final Fantasy to date (Final Fantasy I ? XIV). It has finally been tra...

    A great encyclopedia of the first six Final Fantasy games and all the little elements that make them unique and fascinating. The best part of the book is that it includes production notes and guides and just general production pieces that I'd never seen before. It really does give an...

    This is a must read for any fan of Final Fantasy, in particular the classic game. The book covers the first 6 games in the Final Fantasy series in depth. Each section includes character character, bios of the main and secondary characters, artwork for the monsters, memorable lines and ...

    Perfect for fans of the franchise. I?d say get it for the beautiful artwork, but there?s also some really cool behind the scenes scans that could teach us all a thing or two about how video games are written?or at least were written back in the day. ...

    This made me want to play the original games. I really didn't know much about the earlier games, considering the first two Final Fantasy games I was exposed to, once I was old enough to be interested, were X and X-2. What's nice, though, is that all the early games are re-released as d...

    Everything I wanted in a book like this. ...

    While not spoiler-free, it keeps enough of the stories of each game as nebulous as possible while remaining as good a jog down one of the dorkiest chapters of my life I can remember. ...

    Tons of great artwork and trivia on Final Fantasy. If you love the series give it a shot! ...

    As a long time Final Fantasy fan, I adored this. ...

    Loved seeing all the inspirational art for these games. Fantastically beautiful book! ...

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  • David Green
    Sep 02, 2018

    To celebrate the twenty-fifth anniversary of Final Fantasy (2012), Square Enix in conjecture with Dark Horse had released the Final Fantasy Ultimania Archive, a three-volume set, chronicling all the main titles of Final Fantasy to date (Final Fantasy I ? XIV). It has finally been tra...

    A great encyclopedia of the first six Final Fantasy games and all the little elements that make them unique and fascinating. The best part of the book is that it includes production notes and guides and just general production pieces that I'd never seen before. It really does give an...

    This is a must read for any fan of Final Fantasy, in particular the classic game. The book covers the first 6 games in the Final Fantasy series in depth. Each section includes character character, bios of the main and secondary characters, artwork for the monsters, memorable lines and ...

    Perfect for fans of the franchise. I?d say get it for the beautiful artwork, but there?s also some really cool behind the scenes scans that could teach us all a thing or two about how video games are written?or at least were written back in the day. ...

    This made me want to play the original games. I really didn't know much about the earlier games, considering the first two Final Fantasy games I was exposed to, once I was old enough to be interested, were X and X-2. What's nice, though, is that all the early games are re-released as d...

    Everything I wanted in a book like this. ...

    While not spoiler-free, it keeps enough of the stories of each game as nebulous as possible while remaining as good a jog down one of the dorkiest chapters of my life I can remember. ...

    Tons of great artwork and trivia on Final Fantasy. If you love the series give it a shot! ...

    As a long time Final Fantasy fan, I adored this. ...

    Loved seeing all the inspirational art for these games. Fantastically beautiful book! ...

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  • Joe
    Mar 21, 2019

    To celebrate the twenty-fifth anniversary of Final Fantasy (2012), Square Enix in conjecture with Dark Horse had released the Final Fantasy Ultimania Archive, a three-volume set, chronicling all the main titles of Final Fantasy to date (Final Fantasy I ? XIV). It has finally been tra...

    A great encyclopedia of the first six Final Fantasy games and all the little elements that make them unique and fascinating. The best part of the book is that it includes production notes and guides and just general production pieces that I'd never seen before. It really does give an...

    This is a must read for any fan of Final Fantasy, in particular the classic game. The book covers the first 6 games in the Final Fantasy series in depth. Each section includes character character, bios of the main and secondary characters, artwork for the monsters, memorable lines and ...

    Perfect for fans of the franchise. I?d say get it for the beautiful artwork, but there?s also some really cool behind the scenes scans that could teach us all a thing or two about how video games are written?or at least were written back in the day. ...

    This made me want to play the original games. I really didn't know much about the earlier games, considering the first two Final Fantasy games I was exposed to, once I was old enough to be interested, were X and X-2. What's nice, though, is that all the early games are re-released as d...

    Everything I wanted in a book like this. ...

    While not spoiler-free, it keeps enough of the stories of each game as nebulous as possible while remaining as good a jog down one of the dorkiest chapters of my life I can remember. ...

  • Chris Dietsch
    Dec 27, 2018

    To celebrate the twenty-fifth anniversary of Final Fantasy (2012), Square Enix in conjecture with Dark Horse had released the Final Fantasy Ultimania Archive, a three-volume set, chronicling all the main titles of Final Fantasy to date (Final Fantasy I ? XIV). It has finally been tra...

    A great encyclopedia of the first six Final Fantasy games and all the little elements that make them unique and fascinating. The best part of the book is that it includes production notes and guides and just general production pieces that I'd never seen before. It really does give an...

    This is a must read for any fan of Final Fantasy, in particular the classic game. The book covers the first 6 games in the Final Fantasy series in depth. Each section includes character character, bios of the main and secondary characters, artwork for the monsters, memorable lines and ...

    Perfect for fans of the franchise. I?d say get it for the beautiful artwork, but there?s also some really cool behind the scenes scans that could teach us all a thing or two about how video games are written?or at least were written back in the day. ...

    This made me want to play the original games. I really didn't know much about the earlier games, considering the first two Final Fantasy games I was exposed to, once I was old enough to be interested, were X and X-2. What's nice, though, is that all the early games are re-released as d...

    Everything I wanted in a book like this. ...

    While not spoiler-free, it keeps enough of the stories of each game as nebulous as possible while remaining as good a jog down one of the dorkiest chapters of my life I can remember. ...

    Tons of great artwork and trivia on Final Fantasy. If you love the series give it a shot! ...

    As a long time Final Fantasy fan, I adored this. ...

    Loved seeing all the inspirational art for these games. Fantastically beautiful book! ...

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  • Adriana
    Apr 25, 2019

    To celebrate the twenty-fifth anniversary of Final Fantasy (2012), Square Enix in conjecture with Dark Horse had released the Final Fantasy Ultimania Archive, a three-volume set, chronicling all the main titles of Final Fantasy to date (Final Fantasy I ? XIV). It has finally been tra...

    A great encyclopedia of the first six Final Fantasy games and all the little elements that make them unique and fascinating. The best part of the book is that it includes production notes and guides and just general production pieces that I'd never seen before. It really does give an...

  • Paul Willis
    Mar 05, 2019

    To celebrate the twenty-fifth anniversary of Final Fantasy (2012), Square Enix in conjecture with Dark Horse had released the Final Fantasy Ultimania Archive, a three-volume set, chronicling all the main titles of Final Fantasy to date (Final Fantasy I ? XIV). It has finally been tra...

    A great encyclopedia of the first six Final Fantasy games and all the little elements that make them unique and fascinating. The best part of the book is that it includes production notes and guides and just general production pieces that I'd never seen before. It really does give an...

    This is a must read for any fan of Final Fantasy, in particular the classic game. The book covers the first 6 games in the Final Fantasy series in depth. Each section includes character character, bios of the main and secondary characters, artwork for the monsters, memorable lines and ...

    Perfect for fans of the franchise. I?d say get it for the beautiful artwork, but there?s also some really cool behind the scenes scans that could teach us all a thing or two about how video games are written?or at least were written back in the day. ...

    This made me want to play the original games. I really didn't know much about the earlier games, considering the first two Final Fantasy games I was exposed to, once I was old enough to be interested, were X and X-2. What's nice, though, is that all the early games are re-released as d...

    Everything I wanted in a book like this. ...

    While not spoiler-free, it keeps enough of the stories of each game as nebulous as possible while remaining as good a jog down one of the dorkiest chapters of my life I can remember. ...

    Tons of great artwork and trivia on Final Fantasy. If you love the series give it a shot! ...

    As a long time Final Fantasy fan, I adored this. ...

    Loved seeing all the inspirational art for these games. Fantastically beautiful book! ...

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  • Connor
    Jul 27, 2018

    To celebrate the twenty-fifth anniversary of Final Fantasy (2012), Square Enix in conjecture with Dark Horse had released the Final Fantasy Ultimania Archive, a three-volume set, chronicling all the main titles of Final Fantasy to date (Final Fantasy I ? XIV). It has finally been tra...

    A great encyclopedia of the first six Final Fantasy games and all the little elements that make them unique and fascinating. The best part of the book is that it includes production notes and guides and just general production pieces that I'd never seen before. It really does give an...

    This is a must read for any fan of Final Fantasy, in particular the classic game. The book covers the first 6 games in the Final Fantasy series in depth. Each section includes character character, bios of the main and secondary characters, artwork for the monsters, memorable lines and ...

    Perfect for fans of the franchise. I?d say get it for the beautiful artwork, but there?s also some really cool behind the scenes scans that could teach us all a thing or two about how video games are written?or at least were written back in the day. ...

    This made me want to play the original games. I really didn't know much about the earlier games, considering the first two Final Fantasy games I was exposed to, once I was old enough to be interested, were X and X-2. What's nice, though, is that all the early games are re-released as d...

    Everything I wanted in a book like this. ...

    While not spoiler-free, it keeps enough of the stories of each game as nebulous as possible while remaining as good a jog down one of the dorkiest chapters of my life I can remember. ...

    Tons of great artwork and trivia on Final Fantasy. If you love the series give it a shot! ...

    As a long time Final Fantasy fan, I adored this. ...

    Loved seeing all the inspirational art for these games. Fantastically beautiful book! ...

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  • Eefara
    Dec 02, 2018

    To celebrate the twenty-fifth anniversary of Final Fantasy (2012), Square Enix in conjecture with Dark Horse had released the Final Fantasy Ultimania Archive, a three-volume set, chronicling all the main titles of Final Fantasy to date (Final Fantasy I ? XIV). It has finally been tra...

    A great encyclopedia of the first six Final Fantasy games and all the little elements that make them unique and fascinating. The best part of the book is that it includes production notes and guides and just general production pieces that I'd never seen before. It really does give an...

    This is a must read for any fan of Final Fantasy, in particular the classic game. The book covers the first 6 games in the Final Fantasy series in depth. Each section includes character character, bios of the main and secondary characters, artwork for the monsters, memorable lines and ...

    Perfect for fans of the franchise. I?d say get it for the beautiful artwork, but there?s also some really cool behind the scenes scans that could teach us all a thing or two about how video games are written?or at least were written back in the day. ...

    This made me want to play the original games. I really didn't know much about the earlier games, considering the first two Final Fantasy games I was exposed to, once I was old enough to be interested, were X and X-2. What's nice, though, is that all the early games are re-released as d...

    Everything I wanted in a book like this. ...

    While not spoiler-free, it keeps enough of the stories of each game as nebulous as possible while remaining as good a jog down one of the dorkiest chapters of my life I can remember. ...

    Tons of great artwork and trivia on Final Fantasy. If you love the series give it a shot! ...

    As a long time Final Fantasy fan, I adored this. ...

    Loved seeing all the inspirational art for these games. Fantastically beautiful book! ...

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  • Peter Geer
    Dec 29, 2018

    To celebrate the twenty-fifth anniversary of Final Fantasy (2012), Square Enix in conjecture with Dark Horse had released the Final Fantasy Ultimania Archive, a three-volume set, chronicling all the main titles of Final Fantasy to date (Final Fantasy I ? XIV). It has finally been tra...

    A great encyclopedia of the first six Final Fantasy games and all the little elements that make them unique and fascinating. The best part of the book is that it includes production notes and guides and just general production pieces that I'd never seen before. It really does give an...

    This is a must read for any fan of Final Fantasy, in particular the classic game. The book covers the first 6 games in the Final Fantasy series in depth. Each section includes character character, bios of the main and secondary characters, artwork for the monsters, memorable lines and ...

    Perfect for fans of the franchise. I?d say get it for the beautiful artwork, but there?s also some really cool behind the scenes scans that could teach us all a thing or two about how video games are written?or at least were written back in the day. ...

    This made me want to play the original games. I really didn't know much about the earlier games, considering the first two Final Fantasy games I was exposed to, once I was old enough to be interested, were X and X-2. What's nice, though, is that all the early games are re-released as d...

    Everything I wanted in a book like this. ...

    While not spoiler-free, it keeps enough of the stories of each game as nebulous as possible while remaining as good a jog down one of the dorkiest chapters of my life I can remember. ...

    Tons of great artwork and trivia on Final Fantasy. If you love the series give it a shot! ...

    As a long time Final Fantasy fan, I adored this. ...

    Loved seeing all the inspirational art for these games. Fantastically beautiful book! ...

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  • Nick Morrison
    Aug 10, 2018

    To celebrate the twenty-fifth anniversary of Final Fantasy (2012), Square Enix in conjecture with Dark Horse had released the Final Fantasy Ultimania Archive, a three-volume set, chronicling all the main titles of Final Fantasy to date (Final Fantasy I ? XIV). It has finally been tra...

    A great encyclopedia of the first six Final Fantasy games and all the little elements that make them unique and fascinating. The best part of the book is that it includes production notes and guides and just general production pieces that I'd never seen before. It really does give an...

    This is a must read for any fan of Final Fantasy, in particular the classic game. The book covers the first 6 games in the Final Fantasy series in depth. Each section includes character character, bios of the main and secondary characters, artwork for the monsters, memorable lines and ...

    Perfect for fans of the franchise. I?d say get it for the beautiful artwork, but there?s also some really cool behind the scenes scans that could teach us all a thing or two about how video games are written?or at least were written back in the day. ...

  • Doris
    Jun 03, 2019

    To celebrate the twenty-fifth anniversary of Final Fantasy (2012), Square Enix in conjecture with Dark Horse had released the Final Fantasy Ultimania Archive, a three-volume set, chronicling all the main titles of Final Fantasy to date (Final Fantasy I ? XIV). It has finally been tra...

    A great encyclopedia of the first six Final Fantasy games and all the little elements that make them unique and fascinating. The best part of the book is that it includes production notes and guides and just general production pieces that I'd never seen before. It really does give an...

    This is a must read for any fan of Final Fantasy, in particular the classic game. The book covers the first 6 games in the Final Fantasy series in depth. Each section includes character character, bios of the main and secondary characters, artwork for the monsters, memorable lines and ...

    Perfect for fans of the franchise. I?d say get it for the beautiful artwork, but there?s also some really cool behind the scenes scans that could teach us all a thing or two about how video games are written?or at least were written back in the day. ...

    This made me want to play the original games. I really didn't know much about the earlier games, considering the first two Final Fantasy games I was exposed to, once I was old enough to be interested, were X and X-2. What's nice, though, is that all the early games are re-released as d...

    Everything I wanted in a book like this. ...

    While not spoiler-free, it keeps enough of the stories of each game as nebulous as possible while remaining as good a jog down one of the dorkiest chapters of my life I can remember. ...

    Tons of great artwork and trivia on Final Fantasy. If you love the series give it a shot! ...

    As a long time Final Fantasy fan, I adored this. ...

    Loved seeing all the inspirational art for these games. Fantastically beautiful book! ...

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  • Kevin McCarthy
    Jan 27, 2019

    To celebrate the twenty-fifth anniversary of Final Fantasy (2012), Square Enix in conjecture with Dark Horse had released the Final Fantasy Ultimania Archive, a three-volume set, chronicling all the main titles of Final Fantasy to date (Final Fantasy I ? XIV). It has finally been tra...

    A great encyclopedia of the first six Final Fantasy games and all the little elements that make them unique and fascinating. The best part of the book is that it includes production notes and guides and just general production pieces that I'd never seen before. It really does give an...

    This is a must read for any fan of Final Fantasy, in particular the classic game. The book covers the first 6 games in the Final Fantasy series in depth. Each section includes character character, bios of the main and secondary characters, artwork for the monsters, memorable lines and ...

    Perfect for fans of the franchise. I?d say get it for the beautiful artwork, but there?s also some really cool behind the scenes scans that could teach us all a thing or two about how video games are written?or at least were written back in the day. ...

    This made me want to play the original games. I really didn't know much about the earlier games, considering the first two Final Fantasy games I was exposed to, once I was old enough to be interested, were X and X-2. What's nice, though, is that all the early games are re-released as d...

    Everything I wanted in a book like this. ...

    While not spoiler-free, it keeps enough of the stories of each game as nebulous as possible while remaining as good a jog down one of the dorkiest chapters of my life I can remember. ...

    Tons of great artwork and trivia on Final Fantasy. If you love the series give it a shot! ...

    As a long time Final Fantasy fan, I adored this. ...

    Loved seeing all the inspirational art for these games. Fantastically beautiful book! ...

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  • Nicole Westen
    Aug 27, 2018

    To celebrate the twenty-fifth anniversary of Final Fantasy (2012), Square Enix in conjecture with Dark Horse had released the Final Fantasy Ultimania Archive, a three-volume set, chronicling all the main titles of Final Fantasy to date (Final Fantasy I ? XIV). It has finally been tra...

    A great encyclopedia of the first six Final Fantasy games and all the little elements that make them unique and fascinating. The best part of the book is that it includes production notes and guides and just general production pieces that I'd never seen before. It really does give an...

    This is a must read for any fan of Final Fantasy, in particular the classic game. The book covers the first 6 games in the Final Fantasy series in depth. Each section includes character character, bios of the main and secondary characters, artwork for the monsters, memorable lines and ...

    Perfect for fans of the franchise. I?d say get it for the beautiful artwork, but there?s also some really cool behind the scenes scans that could teach us all a thing or two about how video games are written?or at least were written back in the day. ...

    This made me want to play the original games. I really didn't know much about the earlier games, considering the first two Final Fantasy games I was exposed to, once I was old enough to be interested, were X and X-2. What's nice, though, is that all the early games are re-released as d...

  • Chase Carroll
    Jan 10, 2019

    To celebrate the twenty-fifth anniversary of Final Fantasy (2012), Square Enix in conjecture with Dark Horse had released the Final Fantasy Ultimania Archive, a three-volume set, chronicling all the main titles of Final Fantasy to date (Final Fantasy I ? XIV). It has finally been tra...

    A great encyclopedia of the first six Final Fantasy games and all the little elements that make them unique and fascinating. The best part of the book is that it includes production notes and guides and just general production pieces that I'd never seen before. It really does give an...

    This is a must read for any fan of Final Fantasy, in particular the classic game. The book covers the first 6 games in the Final Fantasy series in depth. Each section includes character character, bios of the main and secondary characters, artwork for the monsters, memorable lines and ...

    Perfect for fans of the franchise. I?d say get it for the beautiful artwork, but there?s also some really cool behind the scenes scans that could teach us all a thing or two about how video games are written?or at least were written back in the day. ...

    This made me want to play the original games. I really didn't know much about the earlier games, considering the first two Final Fantasy games I was exposed to, once I was old enough to be interested, were X and X-2. What's nice, though, is that all the early games are re-released as d...

    Everything I wanted in a book like this. ...

    While not spoiler-free, it keeps enough of the stories of each game as nebulous as possible while remaining as good a jog down one of the dorkiest chapters of my life I can remember. ...

    Tons of great artwork and trivia on Final Fantasy. If you love the series give it a shot! ...

    As a long time Final Fantasy fan, I adored this. ...

    Loved seeing all the inspirational art for these games. Fantastically beautiful book! ...

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  • Andrew Maddox
    Jan 25, 2019

    To celebrate the twenty-fifth anniversary of Final Fantasy (2012), Square Enix in conjecture with Dark Horse had released the Final Fantasy Ultimania Archive, a three-volume set, chronicling all the main titles of Final Fantasy to date (Final Fantasy I ? XIV). It has finally been tra...

    A great encyclopedia of the first six Final Fantasy games and all the little elements that make them unique and fascinating. The best part of the book is that it includes production notes and guides and just general production pieces that I'd never seen before. It really does give an...

    This is a must read for any fan of Final Fantasy, in particular the classic game. The book covers the first 6 games in the Final Fantasy series in depth. Each section includes character character, bios of the main and secondary characters, artwork for the monsters, memorable lines and ...

    Perfect for fans of the franchise. I?d say get it for the beautiful artwork, but there?s also some really cool behind the scenes scans that could teach us all a thing or two about how video games are written?or at least were written back in the day. ...

    This made me want to play the original games. I really didn't know much about the earlier games, considering the first two Final Fantasy games I was exposed to, once I was old enough to be interested, were X and X-2. What's nice, though, is that all the early games are re-released as d...

    Everything I wanted in a book like this. ...

    While not spoiler-free, it keeps enough of the stories of each game as nebulous as possible while remaining as good a jog down one of the dorkiest chapters of my life I can remember. ...

    Tons of great artwork and trivia on Final Fantasy. If you love the series give it a shot! ...

    As a long time Final Fantasy fan, I adored this. ...

    Loved seeing all the inspirational art for these games. Fantastically beautiful book! ...

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  • Zach Young
    Sep 02, 2018

    To celebrate the twenty-fifth anniversary of Final Fantasy (2012), Square Enix in conjecture with Dark Horse had released the Final Fantasy Ultimania Archive, a three-volume set, chronicling all the main titles of Final Fantasy to date (Final Fantasy I ? XIV). It has finally been tra...

    A great encyclopedia of the first six Final Fantasy games and all the little elements that make them unique and fascinating. The best part of the book is that it includes production notes and guides and just general production pieces that I'd never seen before. It really does give an...

    This is a must read for any fan of Final Fantasy, in particular the classic game. The book covers the first 6 games in the Final Fantasy series in depth. Each section includes character character, bios of the main and secondary characters, artwork for the monsters, memorable lines and ...

    Perfect for fans of the franchise. I?d say get it for the beautiful artwork, but there?s also some really cool behind the scenes scans that could teach us all a thing or two about how video games are written?or at least were written back in the day. ...

    This made me want to play the original games. I really didn't know much about the earlier games, considering the first two Final Fantasy games I was exposed to, once I was old enough to be interested, were X and X-2. What's nice, though, is that all the early games are re-released as d...

    Everything I wanted in a book like this. ...

    While not spoiler-free, it keeps enough of the stories of each game as nebulous as possible while remaining as good a jog down one of the dorkiest chapters of my life I can remember. ...

    Tons of great artwork and trivia on Final Fantasy. If you love the series give it a shot! ...

    As a long time Final Fantasy fan, I adored this. ...

    Loved seeing all the inspirational art for these games. Fantastically beautiful book! ...

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  • Zachary
    Apr 01, 2019

    To celebrate the twenty-fifth anniversary of Final Fantasy (2012), Square Enix in conjecture with Dark Horse had released the Final Fantasy Ultimania Archive, a three-volume set, chronicling all the main titles of Final Fantasy to date (Final Fantasy I ? XIV). It has finally been tra...

    A great encyclopedia of the first six Final Fantasy games and all the little elements that make them unique and fascinating. The best part of the book is that it includes production notes and guides and just general production pieces that I'd never seen before. It really does give an...

    This is a must read for any fan of Final Fantasy, in particular the classic game. The book covers the first 6 games in the Final Fantasy series in depth. Each section includes character character, bios of the main and secondary characters, artwork for the monsters, memorable lines and ...

    Perfect for fans of the franchise. I?d say get it for the beautiful artwork, but there?s also some really cool behind the scenes scans that could teach us all a thing or two about how video games are written?or at least were written back in the day. ...

    This made me want to play the original games. I really didn't know much about the earlier games, considering the first two Final Fantasy games I was exposed to, once I was old enough to be interested, were X and X-2. What's nice, though, is that all the early games are re-released as d...

    Everything I wanted in a book like this. ...

    While not spoiler-free, it keeps enough of the stories of each game as nebulous as possible while remaining as good a jog down one of the dorkiest chapters of my life I can remember. ...

    Tons of great artwork and trivia on Final Fantasy. If you love the series give it a shot! ...

    As a long time Final Fantasy fan, I adored this. ...

    Loved seeing all the inspirational art for these games. Fantastically beautiful book! ...

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  • Nina Espinosa
    Jan 20, 2019

    To celebrate the twenty-fifth anniversary of Final Fantasy (2012), Square Enix in conjecture with Dark Horse had released the Final Fantasy Ultimania Archive, a three-volume set, chronicling all the main titles of Final Fantasy to date (Final Fantasy I ? XIV). It has finally been tra...

    A great encyclopedia of the first six Final Fantasy games and all the little elements that make them unique and fascinating. The best part of the book is that it includes production notes and guides and just general production pieces that I'd never seen before. It really does give an...

    This is a must read for any fan of Final Fantasy, in particular the classic game. The book covers the first 6 games in the Final Fantasy series in depth. Each section includes character character, bios of the main and secondary characters, artwork for the monsters, memorable lines and ...

    Perfect for fans of the franchise. I?d say get it for the beautiful artwork, but there?s also some really cool behind the scenes scans that could teach us all a thing or two about how video games are written?or at least were written back in the day. ...

    This made me want to play the original games. I really didn't know much about the earlier games, considering the first two Final Fantasy games I was exposed to, once I was old enough to be interested, were X and X-2. What's nice, though, is that all the early games are re-released as d...

    Everything I wanted in a book like this. ...

    While not spoiler-free, it keeps enough of the stories of each game as nebulous as possible while remaining as good a jog down one of the dorkiest chapters of my life I can remember. ...

    Tons of great artwork and trivia on Final Fantasy. If you love the series give it a shot! ...

    As a long time Final Fantasy fan, I adored this. ...

    Loved seeing all the inspirational art for these games. Fantastically beautiful book! ...

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  • Steve Kaylor
    Jan 02, 2019

    To celebrate the twenty-fifth anniversary of Final Fantasy (2012), Square Enix in conjecture with Dark Horse had released the Final Fantasy Ultimania Archive, a three-volume set, chronicling all the main titles of Final Fantasy to date (Final Fantasy I ? XIV). It has finally been tra...

    A great encyclopedia of the first six Final Fantasy games and all the little elements that make them unique and fascinating. The best part of the book is that it includes production notes and guides and just general production pieces that I'd never seen before. It really does give an...

    This is a must read for any fan of Final Fantasy, in particular the classic game. The book covers the first 6 games in the Final Fantasy series in depth. Each section includes character character, bios of the main and secondary characters, artwork for the monsters, memorable lines and ...

    Perfect for fans of the franchise. I?d say get it for the beautiful artwork, but there?s also some really cool behind the scenes scans that could teach us all a thing or two about how video games are written?or at least were written back in the day. ...

    This made me want to play the original games. I really didn't know much about the earlier games, considering the first two Final Fantasy games I was exposed to, once I was old enough to be interested, were X and X-2. What's nice, though, is that all the early games are re-released as d...

    Everything I wanted in a book like this. ...

  • Teddy
    Mar 17, 2019

    To celebrate the twenty-fifth anniversary of Final Fantasy (2012), Square Enix in conjecture with Dark Horse had released the Final Fantasy Ultimania Archive, a three-volume set, chronicling all the main titles of Final Fantasy to date (Final Fantasy I ? XIV). It has finally been tra...

    A great encyclopedia of the first six Final Fantasy games and all the little elements that make them unique and fascinating. The best part of the book is that it includes production notes and guides and just general production pieces that I'd never seen before. It really does give an...

    This is a must read for any fan of Final Fantasy, in particular the classic game. The book covers the first 6 games in the Final Fantasy series in depth. Each section includes character character, bios of the main and secondary characters, artwork for the monsters, memorable lines and ...

    Perfect for fans of the franchise. I?d say get it for the beautiful artwork, but there?s also some really cool behind the scenes scans that could teach us all a thing or two about how video games are written?or at least were written back in the day. ...

    This made me want to play the original games. I really didn't know much about the earlier games, considering the first two Final Fantasy games I was exposed to, once I was old enough to be interested, were X and X-2. What's nice, though, is that all the early games are re-released as d...

    Everything I wanted in a book like this. ...

    While not spoiler-free, it keeps enough of the stories of each game as nebulous as possible while remaining as good a jog down one of the dorkiest chapters of my life I can remember. ...

    Tons of great artwork and trivia on Final Fantasy. If you love the series give it a shot! ...

    As a long time Final Fantasy fan, I adored this. ...

    Loved seeing all the inspirational art for these games. Fantastically beautiful book! ...

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  • Ben Truong
    Aug 08, 2018

    To celebrate the twenty-fifth anniversary of Final Fantasy (2012), Square Enix in conjecture with Dark Horse had released the Final Fantasy Ultimania Archive, a three-volume set, chronicling all the main titles of Final Fantasy to date (Final Fantasy I ? XIV). It has finally been tra...

  • Peter
    Jun 11, 2019

    To celebrate the twenty-fifth anniversary of Final Fantasy (2012), Square Enix in conjecture with Dark Horse had released the Final Fantasy Ultimania Archive, a three-volume set, chronicling all the main titles of Final Fantasy to date (Final Fantasy I ? XIV). It has finally been tra...

    A great encyclopedia of the first six Final Fantasy games and all the little elements that make them unique and fascinating. The best part of the book is that it includes production notes and guides and just general production pieces that I'd never seen before. It really does give an...

    This is a must read for any fan of Final Fantasy, in particular the classic game. The book covers the first 6 games in the Final Fantasy series in depth. Each section includes character character, bios of the main and secondary characters, artwork for the monsters, memorable lines and ...

    Perfect for fans of the franchise. I?d say get it for the beautiful artwork, but there?s also some really cool behind the scenes scans that could teach us all a thing or two about how video games are written?or at least were written back in the day. ...

    This made me want to play the original games. I really didn't know much about the earlier games, considering the first two Final Fantasy games I was exposed to, once I was old enough to be interested, were X and X-2. What's nice, though, is that all the early games are re-released as d...

    Everything I wanted in a book like this. ...

    While not spoiler-free, it keeps enough of the stories of each game as nebulous as possible while remaining as good a jog down one of the dorkiest chapters of my life I can remember. ...

    Tons of great artwork and trivia on Final Fantasy. If you love the series give it a shot! ...

    As a long time Final Fantasy fan, I adored this. ...

    Loved seeing all the inspirational art for these games. Fantastically beautiful book! ...

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  • Jeremy Vartanoff
    Jul 27, 2018

    To celebrate the twenty-fifth anniversary of Final Fantasy (2012), Square Enix in conjecture with Dark Horse had released the Final Fantasy Ultimania Archive, a three-volume set, chronicling all the main titles of Final Fantasy to date (Final Fantasy I ? XIV). It has finally been tra...

    A great encyclopedia of the first six Final Fantasy games and all the little elements that make them unique and fascinating. The best part of the book is that it includes production notes and guides and just general production pieces that I'd never seen before. It really does give an...

    This is a must read for any fan of Final Fantasy, in particular the classic game. The book covers the first 6 games in the Final Fantasy series in depth. Each section includes character character, bios of the main and secondary characters, artwork for the monsters, memorable lines and ...

    Perfect for fans of the franchise. I?d say get it for the beautiful artwork, but there?s also some really cool behind the scenes scans that could teach us all a thing or two about how video games are written?or at least were written back in the day. ...

    This made me want to play the original games. I really didn't know much about the earlier games, considering the first two Final Fantasy games I was exposed to, once I was old enough to be interested, were X and X-2. What's nice, though, is that all the early games are re-released as d...

    Everything I wanted in a book like this. ...

    While not spoiler-free, it keeps enough of the stories of each game as nebulous as possible while remaining as good a jog down one of the dorkiest chapters of my life I can remember. ...

    Tons of great artwork and trivia on Final Fantasy. If you love the series give it a shot! ...

    As a long time Final Fantasy fan, I adored this. ...

    Loved seeing all the inspirational art for these games. Fantastically beautiful book! ...

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  • GoTeamVitni
    Aug 25, 2018

    To celebrate the twenty-fifth anniversary of Final Fantasy (2012), Square Enix in conjecture with Dark Horse had released the Final Fantasy Ultimania Archive, a three-volume set, chronicling all the main titles of Final Fantasy to date (Final Fantasy I ? XIV). It has finally been tra...

    A great encyclopedia of the first six Final Fantasy games and all the little elements that make them unique and fascinating. The best part of the book is that it includes production notes and guides and just general production pieces that I'd never seen before. It really does give an...

    This is a must read for any fan of Final Fantasy, in particular the classic game. The book covers the first 6 games in the Final Fantasy series in depth. Each section includes character character, bios of the main and secondary characters, artwork for the monsters, memorable lines and ...

    Perfect for fans of the franchise. I?d say get it for the beautiful artwork, but there?s also some really cool behind the scenes scans that could teach us all a thing or two about how video games are written?or at least were written back in the day. ...

    This made me want to play the original games. I really didn't know much about the earlier games, considering the first two Final Fantasy games I was exposed to, once I was old enough to be interested, were X and X-2. What's nice, though, is that all the early games are re-released as d...

    Everything I wanted in a book like this. ...

    While not spoiler-free, it keeps enough of the stories of each game as nebulous as possible while remaining as good a jog down one of the dorkiest chapters of my life I can remember. ...

    Tons of great artwork and trivia on Final Fantasy. If you love the series give it a shot! ...

    As a long time Final Fantasy fan, I adored this. ...

    Loved seeing all the inspirational art for these games. Fantastically beautiful book! ...

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  • Greg
    Mar 28, 2019

    To celebrate the twenty-fifth anniversary of Final Fantasy (2012), Square Enix in conjecture with Dark Horse had released the Final Fantasy Ultimania Archive, a three-volume set, chronicling all the main titles of Final Fantasy to date (Final Fantasy I ? XIV). It has finally been tra...

    A great encyclopedia of the first six Final Fantasy games and all the little elements that make them unique and fascinating. The best part of the book is that it includes production notes and guides and just general production pieces that I'd never seen before. It really does give an...

    This is a must read for any fan of Final Fantasy, in particular the classic game. The book covers the first 6 games in the Final Fantasy series in depth. Each section includes character character, bios of the main and secondary characters, artwork for the monsters, memorable lines and ...

    Perfect for fans of the franchise. I?d say get it for the beautiful artwork, but there?s also some really cool behind the scenes scans that could teach us all a thing or two about how video games are written?or at least were written back in the day. ...

    This made me want to play the original games. I really didn't know much about the earlier games, considering the first two Final Fantasy games I was exposed to, once I was old enough to be interested, were X and X-2. What's nice, though, is that all the early games are re-released as d...

    Everything I wanted in a book like this. ...

    While not spoiler-free, it keeps enough of the stories of each game as nebulous as possible while remaining as good a jog down one of the dorkiest chapters of my life I can remember. ...

    Tons of great artwork and trivia on Final Fantasy. If you love the series give it a shot! ...

    As a long time Final Fantasy fan, I adored this. ...

    Loved seeing all the inspirational art for these games. Fantastically beautiful book! ...

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