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This is an effort to list official Square Enix Merchandise available for Final Fantasy X.

Video GamesEdit

Video games released in all regions.

MusicEdit

Final Fantasy X: Original SoundtrackEdit

All game songs in their original mix.

Feel/Go Dream: Yuna & TidusEdit

Vocals and poem readings by the game's voice actors.

Piano Collections: Final Fantasy XEdit

All game songs remixed for piano.

Sheet musicEdit

BooksEdit

The Art of Final Fantasy XEdit

This book was published in Japan on 2/9/2001 by Shueisha with artwork from Final Fantasy X and interviews with game designers. Most of the book is in Japanese but chapter titles are in English.

Book TOCEdit

The book has the following chapters:

  1. Chapter of Travel (Besaid, Kilika, etc.)
    1. Final Fantasy X Crosstalk: Yoshinori Kitase - Producer
    2. Final Fantasy X Crosstalk: Kazushige Nojima - Scenario
  2. Chapter of Character (Tidus, Yuna, Wakka, Rikku, Auron, Lulu, Seymour Guado, Global Actors)
    1. Final Fantasy X Crosstalk: Tetsuya Nomura - Character Designer
    2. Final Fantasy X Crosstalk: Hiroshi Kuwabara - CG movie Director
    3. Final Fantasy X Crosstalk: Koji Sugimoto - Main Programmer (character)
  3. Chapter of Image (Part I - Ancient map, Farplane, Kilika attack, Seymour's house, Blitzball etc.)
    1. Final Fantasy X Crosstalk: Yusuke Naora - Art Director (world)
    2. Final Fantasy X Crosstalk: Takayoshi Nakazato - Map Director
  4. Chapter of Image (Part II - Aeons, Weapons & Protectors (shields), fiends)
    1. Final Fantasy X Crosstalk: Nobuo Uematsu - Sound Producer
    2. Final Fantasy X Crosstalk: Motomu Toriyama - Event Director
  5. Chapter of System (Battles, equip, grid)
    1. Final Fantasy X Crosstalk: Toshiro Tsuchida - Battle Director
    2. Final Fantasy X Crosstalk: Shintaro Takai - Art Director (Battle)
    3. Final Fantasy X Crosstalk: Takashi Katano - Main Programmer (Event)
  6. Chapter of Movie: Final Fantasy - The Spirits Within
  • Bonus: Large Yamano artwork poster, Blitzball team logo stickers
Sample PageEdit
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Where to Find the BookEdit

  • Ebay (rare and out of print)

UltimaniaEdit

Final Fantasy X Scenario UltimaniaEdit

Book published by Square Enix in Japan in 2001 (?), Edited by Studio BentStuff 448 pages, Format A5, ISBN 4-7575-1215-2

FFX Scenario Ultimania
Book TOCEdit

The book has the following chapters:

  • 1 - Sphere of Character
  • 2 - Sphere of Scenario
  • 3 - Sphere of Sub-Event
  • 4 - Sphere of Map
  • 5 - Sphere of Blitzball
Sample PagesEdit
Where to Find the BookEdit
  • Japan, Importer Bookstore, Ebay

Final Fantasy X Ultimania OmegaEdit

Book published by Square Enix in Japan in 2001 (?), Edited by Studio BentStuff

FFX Ultimania Omega
Book TOCEdit

The book has the following chapters:

  • 1 - Sphere of Character
  • 2 - Sphere of Battle
  • 3 - Sphere of Item
  • 4 - Sphere of Monster
  • 5 - Index
Sample PagesEdit
Where to Find the BookEdit
  • Japan, Importer Bookstore, Ebay

Final Fantasy X Battle UltimaniaEdit

Book published by Square Enix in Japan in 2001 (?), Edited by Studio BentStuff, Format A5

FFX Battle Ultimania
Book TOCEdit

The book has the following chapters:

  • 1 - Sphere of Character
  • 2 - Sphere of Battle
  • 3 - Sphere of Item
  • 4 - Sphere of Monster
  • 5 - Index
Sample PagesEdit
Where to Find the BookEdit
  • Japan, Importer Bookstore, Ebay

Final Fantasy X Official Strategy GuidesEdit

US: BradygamesEdit

Book published by BradyGames in US in 2003 with a walkthrough for Final Fantasy X. Format A4 ISBN 0-7440-0140-4

Book TOCEdit

The book has the following chapters:

  1. chap 1
Sample PageEdit
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Where to Find the BookEdit
  • Still in print, any bookstore

Europe: PiggybackEdit

Japan: Square EnixEdit

OtherEdit

Source:AnimeBooks Catalog

  • Final Fantasy X Fast and First
  • Final Fantasy X For Beginners
  • Final Fantasy X Visual Arts Collection
  • Final Fantasy X World Guide
  • Final Fantasy X Memorial Album
  • Final Fantasy X International Reference Guide

Video/MultimediaEdit

DVDEdit

Currently there are some bootlegged DVDs (identified as such by this article). It is unknown if SE ever released one.

Sample of a Final Fantasy X DVDEdit

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Bootlegged DVD Cover.

Action FiguresEdit

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Auron, Yuna, and Tidus action figures.

Final Fantasy X 1/6 Scale Figure CollectionEdit

A prepainted set of 1/6 scale PVC figures was made by Kotobukiya in 2001. There are six different characters, each of them originally listed for ¥7000. The characters are: Tidus, Yuna, Auron, Rikku, Lulu and Kimahri.

There are two versions or this set: Japanese version and US version. The US version has a black "warning" notice on top left of the box.

GalleryEdit

Final Fantasy X Yuna Wedding Cold CastEdit

Yuna Coldcast Figurine Full

Full view.

A cold cast statue of Yuna in the dress she wore during her wedding to Seymour Guado.

It was made by Kotobukiya for limited 1000 pieces only. The retail price was ¥22000 and this is the only cold cast statue made for Final Fantasy X.

GalleryEdit

Final Fantasy Play Arts Action FiguresEdit

A set of three figures - Tidus, Yuna, and Auron - was released in 2006.

  • Tidus - includes Brotherhood, extra hands, and display stand.
  • Yuna (Summoner outfit) - includes staff, extra hands, and display stand.
  • Auron - includes extra bare left arm, dangling sleeve, katana, and display stand.

Final Fantasy Trading ArtsEdit

Final Fantasy Trading Arts vol. 1 included Yuna and Lulu figures. Vol. 2 included Tidus and Rikku.

Final Fantasy Trading Arts MiniEdit

Series 1 included Yuna, Series 2 included Auron, and Series 3 featured Tidus and Rikku. Exclusively in Japan, Series 4 featured Yuna again.

Coca-ColaEdit

Coca-Cola themed Final Fantasy X mini figurines were released during a promotional campaign in Japan.

JewelryEdit

  • Necklace

PropsEdit

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Airships.

  • Swords
  • Ships
  • Zippo lighters

WearableEdit

  • T-Shirts
  • Cosplay

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