Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster Cubic Memory Dioramas
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Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster Cubic Memory Dioramas Revealed

Square Enix has revealed new acrylic dioramas inspired by all six titles featured in the Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster series. The company has also opened pre-orders for these Cubic Memory dioramas on its Japanese e-Store.

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The dioramas will contain acrylic stands of pixel-based characters and creatures, and Square Enix will line them up to reproduce cutscenes and gameplay moments from the Japanese releases of the titles. The Final Fantasy III, IV, and VI dioramas will be based on cutscenes, while the first and fifth game dioramas will feature battle scenes. The Final Fantasy II diorama will feature a unique gameplay scene where the player had to memorize a password.

All six dioramas will have the same price tag and release date. Each item will be available for 3,300 yen (~$20.69), and Square Enix will release all of them simultaneously on October 19, 2024.

Here are the sample images for each diorama:

Square Enix has been occasionally releasing merchandise based on the first six mainline Final Fantasy entries. The company has previously released music boxes featuring a track from each entry in 2022. It is also working with Uniqlo to release T-shirts based on some of the pixel-era entries worldwide throughout Summer 2024.

The Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster Cubic Memory dioramas will be available in Japan on October 19, 2024.


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