Today the Western arm of Square Enix detailed with a press release the “Final Fantasy 30th Anniversary Exhibition – Farewell Story Exhibition -” which Is hosted from January 22nd to February 28th in the Mori Art Center Gallery at the Roppongi Hills complex in Tokyo.
The Exhibition is going to be presented in partnership with Sony and a few different companies, and it’s going to be a large retrospective showcasing the thirty years of history of Final Fantasy.
The name of this exhibition comes from the fact that it even’ll feature a number of “farewells” delivered by a “voice augmented reality system” that’ll be supplied to every visitor. Character voices and music is going to be syncronized with the display as visitors explore the screen space.
About fifty tunes from the series will also be included, alongside scenes from several games of the series.
What’s even more intriguing, is that first scenarios have been created for Final Fantasy XV and Final Fantasy VII.
The exhibition for Final Fantasy VII will probably be tagged Words Left Behind by Aerith. It will let people explore the iconic church at Sector 5, while still listening to Aerith’s memories. It’ll include “image boards” from the highly anticipated Closing Fantasy VII Remake shown in Japan for the first time. The situation has been written directly by Kazushige Nojima with voice acting supplied by Maaya Sakamoto herself.
The display for Final Fantasy XV is titled Phantom Wedding, and if you have not played the game don’t read the next paragraph, as it includes spoilers. Additionally, don’t watch the last picture in the gallery (cease when you Find the big Final Fantasy logo)
It concentrates on the wedding ceremony involving Noctis and Luna showcased in the last scene of this game, plus it comprises Regis, Prompto, Gladiolus, along with Ignis as they discuss tender words of congratulations to the bride and groom.
I can’t even imagine how I’d feel really listening to it now.
Here you can have a look at a couple of images provided with the announcement. Earlier today, we read that the growth of the Final Fantasy VII Remake is allegedly going well. If you would like to learn more about Final Fantasy XV, it is possible to read our inspection.