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A full-color, oversized, hardcover tome that faithfully adapts the original Japanese material, detailing the creation of the most recent entry in the Final Fantasy saga! Final Fantasy XV's world of Eos is filled with wonderous scenery, larger-than-life creatures, diverse cultures, and treacherous foes. Experience hundreds of pieces of detailed design work composed lovingly A full-color, oversized, hardcover tome that faithfully adapts the original Japanese material, detailing the creation of the most recent entry in the Final Fantasy saga! Final Fantasy XV's world of Eos is filled with wonderous scenery, larger-than-life creatures, diverse cultures, and treacherous foes. Experience hundreds of pieces of detailed design work composed lovingly for fans of the unique sci-fi fantasy world. This volume collects complex lore, insightful commentary, comprehensive data, and dazzling concept art, all beautifully bound in a richly detailed hardcover! Additionally, this Limited Edition is housed in a meticulously designed case, with a special acrylic art display, as well as a journal just like the Lover's Notebook used by Noctis and Luna! Square Enix and Dark Horse Books present a superbly curated collection of Final Fantasy XV content that any fan will cherish.


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A full-color, oversized, hardcover tome that faithfully adapts the original Japanese material, detailing the creation of the most recent entry in the Final Fantasy saga! Final Fantasy XV's world of Eos is filled with wonderous scenery, larger-than-life creatures, diverse cultures, and treacherous foes. Experience hundreds of pieces of detailed design work composed lovingly A full-color, oversized, hardcover tome that faithfully adapts the original Japanese material, detailing the creation of the most recent entry in the Final Fantasy saga! Final Fantasy XV's world of Eos is filled with wonderous scenery, larger-than-life creatures, diverse cultures, and treacherous foes. Experience hundreds of pieces of detailed design work composed lovingly for fans of the unique sci-fi fantasy world. This volume collects complex lore, insightful commentary, comprehensive data, and dazzling concept art, all beautifully bound in a richly detailed hardcover! Additionally, this Limited Edition is housed in a meticulously designed case, with a special acrylic art display, as well as a journal just like the Lover's Notebook used by Noctis and Luna! Square Enix and Dark Horse Books present a superbly curated collection of Final Fantasy XV content that any fan will cherish.

30 review for Final Fantasy XV Official Works Limited Edition

  1. 4 out of 5

    Jessica

    I LOVE this game! I know it tends to be folks least favorite entry in the series. But damnnit if this game didn't have the most bittersweet ending. I enjoyed learning all the tiny details about the game and whatnot. Like why they were broke. Apparently their currency is no good outside of Crown City. Which is why they had to take on all those quests like kids wanting pocket money. The artwork is beautiful. But it's Final Fantasy so beautiful artwork is a given. I do wish they didn't use an image I LOVE this game! I know it tends to be folks least favorite entry in the series. But damnnit if this game didn't have the most bittersweet ending. I enjoyed learning all the tiny details about the game and whatnot. Like why they were broke. Apparently their currency is no good outside of Crown City. Which is why they had to take on all those quests like kids wanting pocket money. The artwork is beautiful. But it's Final Fantasy so beautiful artwork is a given. I do wish they didn't use an image from the anime for the cover. It isn't the greatest artwork in my opinion. Whoever finalized the cover should have the back of their head slapped. "Well... what can I say? You guys... are the best".

  2. 4 out of 5

    Kristin

    This is one of my favorite Final Fantasy games to date (2022 EDIT: Oof this got usurped as my favorite FF game by FFXIV as of last year), I don't care what anyone says about it. The brotherhood aspect, instead of the usual (pretty shallow) romance, made this game a hit to me. So of course I'm going to check out the art book (and have read the novel). I've said it before in my review of Final Fantasy XV: The Dawn of the Future and I'll say it again (on basically anything that's released about this This is one of my favorite Final Fantasy games to date (2022 EDIT: Oof this got usurped as my favorite FF game by FFXIV as of last year), I don't care what anyone says about it. The brotherhood aspect, instead of the usual (pretty shallow) romance, made this game a hit to me. So of course I'm going to check out the art book (and have read the novel). I've said it before in my review of Final Fantasy XV: The Dawn of the Future and I'll say it again (on basically anything that's released about this game): if you need this much media to explain aspects of your game...you've done the story wrong. Doesn't mean the story is crap, like I said at the start I love the whole brotherhood aspect. I wish and hope future games would focus more on friendship rather than romance or make it a mixture of both (teamwork and friendship feels like a backburner in favor of romance in the games I have played, I think they take all the pent up "Friendship" and shove every ounce of it into Kingdom Hearts to make up for it). That being said, the fact that they had to release so much media (DLC, an anime, a movie, books, etc) to explain the story doesn't look good, so I can understand why not everyone enjoyed it like I did. For example, how they had to explain (in this book) the whole "Insomnia doesn't use gil because they've been cut off from the world for XX years". I figured as much when the gang arrived in Hammerhead and Prompto asked "What's a gil?" but apparently a lot of people missed it or assumed Prompto (the joker) was kidding. The whole thing about Insomnia being cut off shouldn't need a separate book, anime, or movie or even a page in the codex (that was added much later) to explain. It should have been made clear from the get go. Especially when the English audience didn't have easy access to the Brotherhood anime (which is still $60 on Amazon) to serve as a prelude to the game and gave us background on all the guys...which should have been explored in the game as they built their friendship even more not a separate media. I was also confused about Ravus being present during the final battle in Ignis' DLC. Which once again, had to be explained via this book...instead of adding an extra line of dialogue in game. Not good practice...and despite loving this game the pure amount of media needed to understand it completely makes me a little leery about FFXVI. Anyway, I mostly bought this book because I love looking at concept art and this didn't disappoint. It's Final Fantasy, so of course the art is gorgeous. It was also fun reading the all the interviews at the end. This is worth the read for FFXV fans...but again, the game should not need this much media to explain aspects of it and I hope Square Enix has learned from this in future games (and doesn't let Nomura highjack KH4 over being removed from this game).

  3. 4 out of 5

    MCalhen MCalhen

    So far, I've run into several errors? I don't know if they're translation issues or were errors from a rushed publication in the first place, but they mention the Oracle being "Shiva" instead of Sylva once, another time they say "Brigadier General" for Aranea only to later correct it to "Commodore". And while it has been a while since I played the main game, some of the conversations they transcribe ring untrue to my memory? Can't confirm that one until I get through more of my current playthrou So far, I've run into several errors? I don't know if they're translation issues or were errors from a rushed publication in the first place, but they mention the Oracle being "Shiva" instead of Sylva once, another time they say "Brigadier General" for Aranea only to later correct it to "Commodore". And while it has been a while since I played the main game, some of the conversations they transcribe ring untrue to my memory? Can't confirm that one until I get through more of my current playthrough to hopefully hear some of these dialogues. Still reading through this, but there are a couple of interesting tidbits. The cages for the daemons in those repetitive dungeons below places like Costlemark, for instance? Pretty cool detail. I really wish this game had explored more regarding the Astrals, the history of Eos, and some of the darker themes and wars (with both daemons and among the nations)... There is some excellent nightmare fodder to work with there. Okay, I'm finished. Found some repetition, some errors, but overall, there were some interesting things... I think some of my favorite parts were the interviews with the composers! I enjoyed those immensely. Overall, I'm reminded why I love FFXV and also some of my gripes with it. But the game and its other media sucked me in during a dark time in my life, so it always holds a special place in my heart. That said, I'm still 100% into ignoct, no matter how many times you try to tell me a 22 year old man is a 20 year old man's "mother" (and even Mitsuda said that, I'm so sad). Oh well, doesn't have to be canon for me to be on board. But canon doing that still doesn't even make sense. Oh, and the little art section of this was fantastic.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Kristina

    This was a birthday gift from a friend and I enjoyed the amount of information, images, and interviews listed within. More could have been put into the book and I would have still been happy. I love diving into the details and lore of games I get attached to and this one, in spite of my first impression when it was released, I got invested, and this was a nice tome of information that is put into a sturdy book.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Whitney Terrell

    This was a good read. I've been interested in this game, and I saw this book. It gave me a walkthrough of the storyline, and it was good. I'm thinking about finding gameplay videos so I can watch the story. Overall I'm glad I read this book. This was a good read. I've been interested in this game, and I saw this book. It gave me a walkthrough of the storyline, and it was good. I'm thinking about finding gameplay videos so I can watch the story. Overall I'm glad I read this book.

  6. 5 out of 5

    S

    Not only is this book absolutely full of gorgeous artwork, but it also has interesting facts as well as tips and tricks for some endgame content that I was entirely unaware of… so, I maybe spoiled myself, lol.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Amanda

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    Kristan Barret

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  14. 5 out of 5

    rachael ♡

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    Jess Gosling

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    Anton Chupeev

  18. 4 out of 5

    person121

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    Aliix

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    Arrenbookaholic

  21. 5 out of 5

    Adriana

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    Michael Thompson

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  26. 5 out of 5

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  27. 5 out of 5

    Wisty

  28. 5 out of 5

    Ryan

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    Tia

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    Tanya Peasgood

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