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Final Fantasy (Japanese: ファイナルファンタジー Fainaru Fantajī) is a popular series of role playing games produced by Square Enix (originally Square Co., Ltd.). It may be the most widely distributed game series of all time, including both
standard console games
and portable
games, a massively
multiplayer online role-playing game, games for mobile
phones, three anime productions,
and two full length CGI films.

The first installment of the series premiered in Japan in
1987, and Final Fantasy games have subsequently been localized for
markets in North
America, Europe and Australia,
on several modern video
game consoles, including the Nintendo
Entertainment System, the MSX
2, the Super
Nintendo Entertainment System, the PlayStation,
the WonderSwan
Color, the PlayStation
2, IBM
PC compatible, Game
Boy Advance, Nintendo
GameCube, and several different models of mobile
phones. Future installments have been announced to appear on the Nintendo
DS, Nintendo
Revolution, PlayStation
Portable, PlayStation
3 and Xbox
360 game systems. It is Square Enix's most successful franchise, having
sold over 60 million units worldwide to date.

As of late 2005, ten games have been released in the U.S. as part of the main
(numbered) series, as well as many other spinoffs and related titles. The unreleased
third entry in the series is an upcoming Nintendo DS release. North American
release details have not been announced. (Wikipedia)

Kotobukiya, Square Enix
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