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Saturday, March 1, 2008

Most Expensive Final Fantasy Games

The Final Fantasy series is one of the longest running video game series of all time. The first game was released on the NES in 1990 and Final Fantasy XIII is announced for Playstation 3. Between these two titles there have been 42 games released as part of the franchise. Many of the games have been released on consoles, some on portables, and even a few branch off traditional games like Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles and Final Fantasy Mystic Quest. All of the Final Fantasy games are loved by gamers and video game collector's but some are much more expensive and much harder to find than others.

Below is a list of the most expensive console Final Fantasy games of all time. The price used for our ranking is the average price from eBay, Amazon, and Half.com on February 29th, 2008 according to VideoGamePriceCharts.com. The charts next to the games show the pricing history for each game over the past year. You can click the game title itself or the chart to see today's price.

Most Expensive Final Fantasy Console Games


Final Fantasy VII Price1. Final Fantasy VII
Playstation 1 - $59.92

Final Fantasy III Price2. Final Fantasy III
SNES - $32.33

Final Fantasy Tactics Price3. Final Fantasy Tactics
Playstation 1 - $26.91

Final Fantasy II Price4. Final Fantasy II
SNES - $21.03

Final Fantasy 12 Collector's Edition Price5. Final Fantasy XII Collector's Edition
Playstation 2 - $15.13

Final Fantasy 7 Dirge Cerberus Price6. Final Fantasy VII Dirge of Cerberus
Playstation 2 - $13.36

Final Fantasy 8 Price7. Final Fantasy VIII
Playstation 1 - $12.99

Final Fantasy Anthology Price8. Final Fantasy Anthology
Playstation 1 - $11.84

Final Fantasy 12 Price9. Final Fantasy XII
Playstation 2 - $11.34

Final Fantasy Chronicles Price10. Final Fantasy Chronicles
Playstation 1 - $11.30

Final Fantasy 9 Price11. Final Fantasy IX
Playstation 1 - $11.20

Final Fantasy 10 Price12. Final Fantasy X
Playstation 2 - $10.98

Final Fantasy Origins Price13. Final Fantasy Origins
Playstation 1 - $10.16


Final Fantasy Mystic Quest Price14. Final Fantasy Mystic Quest
SNES - $8.67

Final Fantasy 1 Price15. Final Fantasy
NES - $8.18

Final Fantasy X-2 Price16. Final Fantasy X-2
Playstation 2 - $7.46


Most Expensive Portable Final Fantasy Games


Final Fantasy VII Crisis Core - PSP - $39.90
Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Ring of Fates - Nintendo DS - $39.79
Final Fantasy XII Revenant Wings - Nintendo DS - $28.90
Final Fantasy Tactics War of the Lions - PSP - $26.82
Final Fantasy VI - GBA - $23.05
Final Fantasy II - PSP - $21.96
Final Fantasy - PSP - $19.94
Final Fantasy - Nintendo DS - $14.88
Final Fantasy V - GBA - $14.81
Final Fantasy Adventure - Gameboy - $13.69
Final Fantasy Tactics - GBA - $12.90
Final Fantasy Fables Chocobo Tales - Nintendo DS - $12.64
Final Fantasy 1 and 2 - GBA- $12.39
Final Fantasy IV - GBA - $11.82
Final Fantasy Legend - Gameboy - $8.99
Final Fantasy Legend 3 - Gameboy - $8.99
Final Fantasy Legend 2 - Gameboy - $6.43

6 comments :

TanookiTravis said...

That's incredible. Over $50 for a game that sold extremely well and is two generations old. Talk about a game you might want to hold onto for while.

Anonymous said...

Wow... i knew being a gamer would pay off, i have at least three of each of these games... awesome.

Anonymous said...

Ff games will just keep rising in price.. ff3 snes is not all that rare but a gamer store or comic shop will charge close to 50bucks...wow for a old school used game thats amazing profit. Im looking for piolte wings 64. If in the box unopened its worth 500dollars..rare game.havent seen a copy in over 10yrs.

Michael said...

All these FFXI games are my favorites. Is the price informations given are the latest? The statistics shows that some of the games gain good rate in these years. Anyways thanks for sharing these informations to the readers, and keep sharing more about the same in the upcoming posts too.

Anonymous said...

wow these arent right ff3 is like 50

KaiMana said...

Um.....what about FFII on sale for 50,000.00 now....26 cartridges in existence.

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