Square Enix Shows Off Retail Posters For Final Fantasy XIV And Front Mission Evolved

By Spencer . August 25, 2010 . 12:34pm

Square Enix is beginning the Final Fantasy XIV retail push in Japan a month ahead of the game’s release with retails posters. Square currently has two posters designed for the game — one by longtime retro Final Fantasy concept artist, Yoshitaka Amano, and the other by Ivalice series artist Akihiko Yoshida.

 

Producer at Square, Shinji Hashimoto, gave fans a sneak peak at the two via Twitter:

 

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He also threw in a Front Mission: Evolved poster:

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  • Lightthrower

    Ok now the real question is: Where can i buy those sweet posters? :-D

    • http://twitter.com/_Lord_Humongous BJ Witts

      Seconded. I need that FME poster…

  • Exand

    Probably blashphemy to old-school FF fans, but I like the Akihiko Yoshida design style for FF more than Yoshitaka Amano now. Amano’s stuff is getting repetitive after so many years…

    • Hraesvelgr

      Blasphemer.

    • Guest

      You know Amano is actually responsible for creating designs for late 60′s/70′s Tatsunoko creations such as Speed Racer, Gatchaman, Casshern, Tekkaman, Yattaman? Only Vampire Hunter D is the one that closely resembles his gothlike FF art style (since its from the 80′s)

      I’d like to see him go back to his 70′s style :P

      • Exand

        Yup, from the old Tatsunoko days. I was just referring to the illustration / artwork he’s done for FF since the other series aren’t relevant to the article :)

    • Joanna

      Different strokes for different folks. I like Amano’s art. It’s so unusual in video game art and it’s instantly recognizable. Plus, it’s sort of weird to fault an artist for being “repetitive”. I mean, that’s his signature art style, and maybe he even likes it. :|

      ps- I do like Yoshida’s art as well. :)

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