For a franchise built on what was intended to be the last game of its designer’s career, Final Fantasy has become a vast, ever-growing series. And if you’ve ever wondered why it’s never taken away a Guinness World Record, wonder no more — it’s taken away three.
Two of the records went to Final Fantasy XIV — the first, unsurprisingly, for its incredibly long end credits sequence. Clocking in at 1 hour 38 minutes, it has been recognized by Guinness as being the longest end credit sequence for an MMO.
Additionally, its impressive soundtrack — 384 individual pieces — has earned it a record for most original pieces of music for a video game.
The final recognition is for the series as a whole — for Most Prolific RPG Series. While the current game may number itself at 15, all the games put together — including mobile games, spinoffs, tactical games, and the rest — put the total count at 87… so far.
The Guinness World Record recognitios were presented earlier this month at EU Fanfest 2017 in Frankfurt.