Square Enix Bringing A Final Fantasy X/X-2 Art Gallery To Los Angeles

By Spencer . January 27, 2014 . 4:05pm


Final Fantasy fans can see Tidus’ story at Gallery Nucleus. Square Enix will have an art exhibit for Final Fantasy X and Final Fantasy X-2 at the gallery between March 15 to March 26. Proceeds from artwork sold at the event will be donated to charity relief efforts to aid the victims of Typhoon Haiyan.


Final Fantasy producer Yoshinori Kitase and art director Yusuke Naora will be at the opening to greet fans and sign games. Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster will go on sale three days early at the event and the first 200 people that purchase the game can get their copy signed. Additionally, the first 300 attendees will get a door prize and playable demos will be there too.

Square Enix will have a launch event for Final Fantasy X/X2 HD Remaster on Saturday March 15. Between

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  • Tg

    I’ll bite if they do a KH gallery in NYC. :<

    • Just Tim

      Why, so that you can do a meet-and-greet with Hikaru Utada, native New Yorker? :P

      • Tg

        I’m not a New Yorker (nor an up-stater), but I do live next to NYC. We’re pretty much the state hosting the Super Bowl. ^___^ Hikki is currently in Japan so seeing her would be pretty much impossible. Just a simple KH gallery would do. Fits in with all the other art galleries floating around Manhattan. I’d take a S-E gallery over any of them any day. *roars*

        Also, I’m not an FF fan. ;) That is all. Hehe….

        • Just Tim

          LOL, Disney might do it. xD

          • Tg

            Yeah.. Unfortunately. >D And whenever it’s a public KH event, it’s in the same two places in Tokyo. DisneyLand Tokyo resort or the Venus Fort place in Odaiba. *shrugs* Oh well. Don’t really expect much of the same treatment over here in the West. The LA event is a good sign, at least. Hope it goes well over there. :D

          • Just Tim

            …to the point Zuntata gets a concert on either Club Nokia or preferably, Staples Center.

          • Tg

            I don’t know who Zuntata is, but I do know of the Staples Center since it’s well-known. (However, I’ve never passed by it in close proximity in all my trips to LA.) Even if I don’t know who Zuntata is, I think I understand your analogy and agree with it completely. ^__^

          • Just Tim

            ZUNTATA is Taito’s own in-house composer group.

            Think of any given BEMANI artist, but not exclusive to just one game.

          • Tg

            I see I see. Alright. Thanks for explaining. :D

  • So does it include that part from X-2.5?

  • Jesse


  • Randy Marsh

    Huh, sounds pretty cool, I might actually go to this.

  • Just Tim

    I’ll check that out, once given the chance.

  • Afternoon Intergalactic

    I live pretty close to LA. I’ll definitely look into this.

  • rurin

    But I live on the East coast…. TvT

  • Ric Vazquez


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