Where to find the best price on Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age in Australia

Matt Sayer 10 July 2017

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Revisit the war-torn land of Ivalice in this HD remaster of a classic PS2 RPG.

Table last updated on 10/10/2017

RetailerEditionShippingPriceTotal Price (delivered)
BaseStandard$2.86$31.88$34.74
OzgameshopT-Shirt Bundle$1.99$39.99$41.98
JB Hi-FiStandard$1.69$49.00$50.69
OzgameshopStandard$0.00$51.69$54.69
Mighty ApeStandard$4.99$49.00$53.99
Dungeon CrawlStandard$2.50$54.00$56.50
TargetStandardIn-store only$69.00In-store only
PlayStation StoreStandardDigital Download$69.95Digital Download
EB GamesStandard$3.50$69.95$73.45
EB GamesLimited Edition$3.50$74.95$78.45

Final Fantasy fans have had a ripper time of late. Between the comfort food of World of Final Fantasy, the immense popularity of Final Fantasy XIV, and the long-awaited release of Final Fantasy XV, it's never been easier to jump on a Chocobo, summon the fiery Ifrit, and go to town on a bunch of spiky Cactuar. Of course, with fifteen main entries, dozens of quirky spin-offs, and countless ports and collections, it's clear there's no such thing as too much Final Fantasy. It's no surprise, then, that this week brings yet another game in the seminal franchise: Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age.

Launching exclusively on PS4, The Zodiac Age is an HD remaster of the much-loved 2006 PS2 game Final Fantasy XII. A 1080p spit-shine isn't the only upgrade the 11-year-old RPG has received, though. The original soundtrack has been fully re-recorded and bolstered with new tracks and 7.1 surround sound support--purists will be happy to know that you can choose to stick with the original soundtrack if you're feeling nostalgic. The gameplay has also seen a significant overhaul, with a streamlined combat interface and a redesigned levelling system that promises to cut down on micromanagement.

To better fit the modern gaming landscape, Final Fantasy XII has seen a number of quality-of-life improvements, too. These include the addition of auto-save functionality, shortened loading times, and a fast-forward button that gets everything moving up to four times as fast as usual. And for all you trophy hunters out there, you'll be happy to hear that the game boasts full trophy support, too.

If you're thinking of diving back into the world of Ivalice when The Zodiac Age launches on July 11, there's no sense in blowing all your gil by paying full retail price. Instead, take a gander at our roundup of the best deals on Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age above.


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