Operation Anniversary

As you may know, the Final Fantasy series will turn 25 next Tuesday (December 18). To celebrate it, Operation Suzaku will invite you to join our special Operation Anniversary and its four actions:

- Special Twitter action

Like every Friday, you will be invited to send Square Enix a tweet. This tweet will be a bit different, so on December 18th, please send:

To celebrate #FinalFantasy 25th anniversary please @1stPD_PR @SQEX_Members_NA @SQUARE_ENIX_EU release #Type0 for the West #OperationSuzaku

No Twitter action on Friday December 21.

- Special Facebook action

Like every Tuesday, you are invited to let Square Enix a comment right here. You are free to let the comment you want, but please at least wish Final Fantasy a happy anniversary and be polite (example: “Happy 25th anniversary Final Fantasy series! A western release for Final Fantasy Type-0 to celebrate it would be great!”).

- Special email action

A brand new action. You will be invited to send Square Enix NA an email wishing a happy birthday to Final Fantasy and requesting a western release for Final Fantasy Type-0. To make this action easier, and if you don’t know what to say, here is some help:

“It’s been one year since the release of Final Fantasy Type-0 in Japan, and fans are still waiting for an overseas release. The game deserves to be localized for the west and should simply not be ignored due to current market conditions.
As such, please change your position regarding the localization of this title. Final Fantasy Type-0 is an amazing game and all fans – even those outside of Japan – deserve to play it. More, it will be a wonderful gift to your fans for this 25th anniversary.

Thank you, and happy birthday Final Fantasy!”

You are of course free to write your own email. But please remember to be nice and polite! They are human beings with feelings just like us.

Anyway, on December 18, sent your email to rbrennan(AT)square-enix.com (Senior Director of Public Relations) and mfischer(AT)square-enix.com (Square Enix US CEO).

- Special mail action

Because the more the better, Operation Suzaku invites you to send a mail to Square Enix NA offices. Yes, mail are old-school, but mail are more concrete too. So grab your keyboard
(or even your pen!) and write your thoughts. But please remember to be polite and wishing Final Fantasy a happy anniversary. If you don’t know what to write, feel free to use the email example. But again, if you want to write your own letter, please remember to be nice and polite!
Also, please send your mail on December 18th to optimize the reception by Square Enix. And if you are unable to send them something, send me an email with your text at khaliachivalvi(AT)gmail.com and I will send it for you (just try to sign your mail please).

Square Enix mail address:
Square Enix Inc.
999 N. Sepulveda Blvd, 3rd FL
El Segundo, CA 90245

So this is it. On December 18, every single fan will be needed, so spread the word and let Square Enix know how much we love Final Fantasy and how hard we want Final Fantasy Type-0!

7 thoughts on “Operation Anniversary

  1. Ryan

    You forgot the s in series. (example: “Happy 25th anniversary Final Fantasy serie!)

    Also, mail doesn’t have a plural form. Many pieces of mail is still called mail. Not trying to be mean but proper grammar would help make the movement look more professional

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  3. Noctis

    i admit this one is not one of the best cosplays of nine from final fantasy type-0, but i did what i could. hope you all like it, also i have my cosplay of ace.http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=442090852531577&set=t.100001288503544&type=3&theater here’s the link to see my cosplay of ace from final fantasy type-0 http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=475629802494535&set=t.100001288503544&type=3&theater and here’s a friend of mine, her name’s micaela and she’s wearing a cosplay of cater from final fantasy type-0. http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=433802243343958&set=t.100002226386964&type=3&src=http%3A%2F%2Fsphotos-f.ak.fbcdn.net%2Fhphotos-ak-prn1%2F565001_433802243343958_886209559_n.jpg&size=720%2C960

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