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News: Final Fantasy Trading Card Game Releases Opus V

Feb 21, 2018
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The Final Fantasy Trading Card game has been updated with Opus V, its fifth expansion. The update adds 166 new cards to the game, illustrated by Akira Oguro and Ryoma Ito. A sixth expansion is coming this summer.

Square's press release follows.

LOS ANGELES (Mar. 29, 2018) – The hit FINAL FANTASY® Trading Card Game (“FFTCG”) released its fifth card pack expansion, “Opus V,” as well as three new starter sets themed around FINAL FANTASY XII, XIII, and XIV recently.

The “Opus V” series includes 166 new cards from various FINAL FANTASY titles, and features FFTCG brand-new exclusive illustrations from Akira Oguro (FINAL FANTASY IV) and Ryoma Ito (FINAL FANTASY TACTICS A2 Grimoire of the Rift).

With the recent release of the “Opus V” card set, the FINAL FANTASY Trading Card Game Opus series has shipped over 140 million cards worldwide and is being distributed around the world to widespread acclaim in Europe, North America, Oceania and Japan. The game’s next wave, “Opus VI”, is scheduled to release July 13, 2018, continuing the expansion of the series.
 
Oct 24, 2017
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That's a lot of cards. It is surely going to attract some of the trading card fans. I am sure there are some really good games who are into this type of trading cards. It'd be fun to see how they are once released in new expansion.
 
Nov 27, 2017
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Looking at over 140 million card being shipped and distributed worldwide would show only how the team is working hard to improve the expansion of the game. I'm really excited and impressed by the amount of work done with this here.
 
Oct 28, 2017
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These are very incredible numbers of cards that are being pushed all over the world just with the bid to making Final Fantasy a more popular game. Over 140 million cards shipped already shows that the project means a lot to the production team.
 
Feb 22, 2018
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These are very incredible numbers of cards that are being pushed all over the world just with the bid to making Final Fantasy a more popular game. Over 140 million cards shipped already shows that the project means a lot to the production team.
Sure does.
 
Oct 28, 2017
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All I can ever say to those behind the scenes of making Final Fantasy games attain the level and status it has today is good job and more grease to their elbow. Let them never get tired until all their job is done 100%.
 
Feb 22, 2018
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All I can ever say to those behind the scenes of making Final Fantasy games attain the level and status it has today is good job and more grease to their elbow. Let them never get tired until all their job is done 100%.
I don't think they are getting tired of making these games any time soon. with the kinds of numbers they are making nowadays, the only choice they have it to keep on going on.
 
Oct 28, 2017
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I don't think they are getting tired of making these games any time soon. with the kinds of numbers they are making nowadays, the only choice they have it to keep on going on.
Keep track on how the game is going lately, it seems that the developers would keep pushing it to get to the level of other RPG games like Frontier, as long as the profits is growing, definitely I don't see them cutting the franchise.
 
Mar 9, 2018
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Well, I appreciate the efforts put on grounds by the FF games developers to get the up there on top among other RPG games. The numbers here are pretty impressive, I'm happy to see that.
 
Feb 22, 2018
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Keep track on how the game is going lately, it seems that the developers would keep pushing it to get to the level of other RPG games like Frontier, as long as the profits is growing, definitely I don't see them cutting the franchise.
They are definitely going to keep on pushing to God knows what extent. I'm not complaining though.
 
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Keep track on how the game is going lately, it seems that the developers would keep pushing it to get to the level of other RPG games like Frontier, as long as the profits is growing, definitely I don't see them cutting the franchise.
They are definitely going to keep on pushing to God knows what extent. I'm not complaining though.
 
Feb 22, 2018
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Keep track on how the game is going lately, it seems that the developers would keep pushing it to get to the level of other RPG games like Frontier, as long as the profits is growing, definitely I don't see them cutting the franchise.
They are definitely going to keep on pushing to God knows what extent. I'm not complaining though.
 
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I'm seeing Final Fantasy rivaling all other RPG games within the shortest possible time. The amount of investment done in the game is mind blowing.
 
Oct 28, 2017
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I have reasons to believe that Frontier is among the topping RPG games we have today which so many people are actively involved with. I'm pretty sure that every effort Square Enix is making would be to get the FF gaming franchise up among the best in the world.
 
Feb 22, 2018
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I've never played Frontier in my life but if it is half as good as you guys claim, then I will most definitely check it out as soon as I get time.
 
Oct 28, 2017
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You should try it out, I'm pretty sure that you are going to enjoy it as well just as other people who have found time to play it did. At the moment, I believe that Final Fantasy is doing very well to rival the game to a great extent.
 
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I am sure It would be fun playing this Final Fantasy trading card game- but also collecting these beautiful cards would be quite fun with the iconic artwork as well. These guys below are actually playing this Final Fantasy Opus V trading card game at a tournament.
 
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Oct 24, 2017
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Well, I appreciate the efforts put on grounds by the FF games developers to get the up there on top among other RPG games. The numbers here are pretty impressive, I'm happy to see that.
I have to agree. They managed to put the game on top for years. It's kind of rare for company to dominate niche for long and be consistent with it.
 
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