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Archives (ギャラリー, Gyararī?, lit. Gallery) is a menu option added to Final Fantasy XV in patches. It is similar to the Datalog from the Lightning Saga, in that it summarizes information on characters and enemies. The DLCs Final Fantasy XV: Episode Prompto, Final Fantasy XV: Episode Ignis and Final Fantasy XV: Comrades also have archives. Archive entries carry over to New Game Plus and Chapter Select.

AppearancesEdit

Final Fantasy XVEdit

Photos (写真, Shashin?)
Gallery of saved photos.
Dishes (料理, Ryōei?, lit. Cooking)
Record of recipes known to Ignis.
Fishes (釣り, Tsuri?, lit. Fishing)
Record of fish caught by Noctis.
Bestiary (エネミー図鑑, Enemī Zukan?)
Information on enemies and Astrals.
Dossiers (キャラクター図鑑, Kyarakutā Zukan?)
Character profiles.
Datalog
Cosmogony
Chronicles the Cosmogony entries the player has found.
Almanac
Chronicles the location data the player has found.
Chronicles
Chronicles the journal entries of Oric Gambell the player has found.
Letters
Chronicles the letters the player has found.
Reports
Chronicles the research materials the player has found.
Monoliths
Chronicles the monoliths the player has found.
The Ω-Files
Chronicles the research files on Omega the player has found.
Datalog entries are exclusive to the Windows and Royal Editions.

Final Fantasy XV: Episode PromptoEdit

Archive Highlights
Archive of photos the player can collect.

Final Fantasy XV: Episode IgnisEdit

Documents
Documents Ignis can find from Altissia.

Final Fantasy XV: ComradesEdit

Characters
Character profiles.
Documents
Documents the player can collect.

EtymologyEdit

An archive is a physical or virtual repository, created to collect, store, and preserve creative works of past eras in their original, unaltered states. The term is also used to describe a collection of materials that contains an expansive body of knowledge.