From Final Fantasy IX, Freya the Burmecian Dragon Knight and General Beatrix of the Alexandrian army join the Bring Arts action figure line together... Read more
From Square Enix comes the Final Fantasy IX Zidane Tribal and Garnet Til Alexandros XVII Bring Arts 2-Pack Action Figures! Each character has been... Read more
Vivi, the timid young black mage, and Steiner, the stubborn and serious leader of the knights from Final Fantasy IX joins the Brings Arts action... Read more
Final Fantasy VII antagonist Sephiroth who had wandered into another world now joins the fray as a Bring Arts figure. This Final Fantasy Sephiroth... Read more
From the whimsical Chocobo's Mystery Dungeon EVERY BUDDY! comes the titular Chocobo in its Knight class! With its armored helmet, they're ready for... Read more
From the whimsical Chocobo's Mystery Dungeon EVERY BUDDY! comes the titular Chocobo in its Red Mage class! With its traditional hat and cape, they're... Read more
Fabulous Final Fantasy figure! Final Fantasy VII Bring Arts Cloud Strife Variant Form Action Figure joins the fray as a Bring Arts figure! Based on... Read more
From the whimsical Chocobo's Mystery Dungeon EVERY BUDDY! comes the Final Fantasy Chocobo's Mystery Dungeon Every Buddy Freelancer Plush! With its... Read more
In commemoration of the 30th Anniversary of Final Fantasy, fans definitely need this Final Fantasy 30th Anniversary Chocobo and Moogle Ballpoint Pen... Read more
640 full-color pages of Final Fantasy art by Amano! Includes the original Final Fantasy book set: The Sky I, II, and III. Features the same exterior... Read more
From the whimsical Chocobo's Mystery Dungeon EVERY BUDDY! comes the Final Fantasy Chocobo's Mystery Dungeon Every Buddy White Mage Plush! With its... Read more
As of March 2007, there were 28 games in the franchise and the series has spurred the release of 3 animated productions, 2 full-length CGI films, and several literary adaptations. It's the 4th-best-selling video game franchise, with more than 80 million units sold as of December 2007. In addition, the series was awarded a star on the Walk of Game in 2006.
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