Final Fantasy Anthology

PSX PlayStation Final Fantasy Anthology Black Label Retail Release

Double Jewel Case with Music CD Release


Compilation / Role Playing Game
3 (Black Label Version)
October 7, 1999
6 62248 99905 0
Sony ID:
SLUS-00879, 00900
014530, 014540
1 to 2 Players
1 to 2 Blocks
Teen – Mild Animated Violence, Comic Mischief
Box Copy:

Learn From the Past

Two Complete classic RPGs in one collection. Contains Final Fantasy V (never before released in the U.S.) and Final Fantasy VI.

Two different adventures, each with epic storylines, 30+ hours of gameplay, memorable characters, plus entirely new CG cinemas unique to this collection.

  • See the origins of the hot features later seen in Final Fantasy VII and Final Fantasy VIII including summoning magic, the Active Time Battle system, mini quests, and more.
  • Countless weapons, items, magic spells, and special skills allow for incredible gameplay depth and strategy.
  • Contains bonus music CD featuring favorite scores from both games.





The music CD is only available in the black label release, featured above.

Final Fantasy Anthology was released under the original Squaresoft name for it’s Day 1 release, but switched to the merged Square-Enix logo with the Greatest Hits. The initial Greatest Hits release is standard fare, minus the music CD.

PlayStation Final Fantasy Anthology Greatest Hits

Greatest Hits Release – SLUS-00879GH, 00900GH / PSRM-014531, 014541

The 2nd and 3rd re-prints would come from Square-Enix’s online shop. These are unique in that they are silver bottom CDs – something that goes against Sony’s original black / blue dye methods. The color of the Greatest Hits banners changed between reprints, otherwise they’re the same.

PlayStation Final Fantasy Anthology Greatest Hits Silver Bottom

Silver Bottom Square-Enix Store Reprint (V1)

PlayStation Final Fantasy Anthology Greatest Hits Silver Bottom

Silver Bottom Square-Enix Store Reprint (V2)


  • There are no known misprints.




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  • You’re thinking, “I don’t recall this being 2 players…” and you’d be right. It’s a weird option in the menu screen where you can assign different team members to their respective controllers. So in a fight, Player 1 could control several characters, and Player 2 could control the rest. It’s silly, but it’s there.
  • In Europe, the included games were Final Fantasy IV and Final Fantasy V. Final Fantasy VI would be released separately with a playable demo of then upcoming Final Fantasy X (as a PS2 demo disc, of course).
  • The loading times in this collection are pretty staggering when compared to the original Super Nintendo cart versions. An older side-by-side comparison using the infamous raft EXP exploit over a period of 24 hours showed the PlayStation version of FFVI was behind in progress by double-digit levels.
  • Final Fantasy VI was originally released in America as Final Fantasy III on the Super NES.
  • Taking in only the Final Fantasy games available on the system, the PlayStation is only missing the true FFIII among the first 9 numbered games.
  • The games may have glitched menu systems when played on certain models of the PlayStation 2 and 3.


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