Kotobukiya's FFX Monster Collection (2002)
You don't have to be a Final Fantasy fan to enjoy these cool creatures...
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Full disclosure: I've only watched another person play a Final Fantasy game, "X" to be precise, and I wasn't overly impressed. Don't get me wrong, it LOOKED beautiful and I'm sure those who have invested years of their lives in the series really enjoy these games. I'm just not one of them as Final Fantasy's heavy role-playing element doesn't appeal to me. Now the newer action RPG hybrids coming out these days (Fallout 3, etc)... that's totally a different story.
Anywho, back to what I was saying about looking good. You don't have to be a Final Fantasy fan to enjoy the great looking action figures that have been released; this Monster Collection from Kotobukiya being proof positive of that. Looking like they stepped out of a Godzilla film, these cool creatures packed tons of imaginative design. Ultima Weapon would probably give the ultimate 'zilla foe Destoroyah a run for his money and the twisted Anima could be something out of a Clive Barker film. A really cool collection of figures. Now if I could only say the same about Tidus' wardrobe...