List of Skies of Arcadia merchandise

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Video Games[edit]

Year Date Title Region Publisher Notes
2000 March 31 Eternal Arcadia: Kuuzokuban Japan Sega Enterprises Ltd. A demo version of the game was released during TGS 2000 that took place from March 31 to April 2.
October 5 Eternal Arcadia Japan Sega Enterprises Ltd.
Eternal Arcadia: @baraiban Japan Sega Enterprises Ltd. Released via the @barai "try-before-you-buy" system, players could pay 1,000 Yen to play a demo version, and, should they want to, pay the full retail price by purchasing an @barai key to unlock the rest of the game. On March 31, 2002, the ability to unlock the rest of the game went out of service.
Eternal Arcadia Limited Box Japan Sega Enterprises Ltd. The Limited Box contains the Eternal Arcadia videogame, skull bracelet, phone strap, three mascot keychains, and a 64 page visual book that contains artwork and character information. It’s first unveiling was outside a LAOX game store in Akihabara where people were able to get a bonus Eternal Arcadia poster, a commemorative bag, and their copy of the game signed by Reiko Kodama (Producer), Itsuki Hoshi (Illustrator), and Noriyoshi Ohba (Executive Producer).
October 20 Eternal Arcadia: @baraiban Japan Sega Enterprises Ltd. The @barai Edition of the game was republished and included in issue #618 of Famitsū, a famous gaming magazine in Japan.
October 31 Skies of Arcadia: Trial Edition North America Sega of America An English version of the Pirate Edition was released for Issue 9, Dec. 2000 of the Official Dreamcast Magazine demo CD.
November 13 Skies of Arcadia North America Sega of America Inc.
2001 April 27 Skies of Arcadia Europe Sega Europe Ltd.
May 4 Skies of Arcadia: Trial Version Europe Sega Europe Ltd. A demo of the game that’s identical to the finished game except with no save points and ends before setting out to Valua. Also includes a demo movie that was later used as a second opening trailer for the Gamecube release.
2002 December 26 Eternal Arcadia Legends Japan Sega Corporation An enhanced port of the Dreamcast game Eternal Arcadia, it includes new Wanted Battles, a new pirate hunter named Piaster, and a new moonfish sidequest which sheds more backstory on an existing character. Conversely, it contains lower quality music and the removal of the VM minigame. The script is easier to read because of spacing and there are cases of furigana, both of which are not found in the DC version, and it contains some of the censorship in the English localization, all of which are most likely attempts to make the game more accessible to a younger audience.
2003 January 17 Skies of Arcadia Legends North America Sega Corporation
May 23 Skies of Arcadia Legends Europe Sega Europe Ltd.
2004 May 20 Eternal Arcadia Legends: Okaidokuban Japan Sega Corporation Bargain Edition

Publications[edit]

Year Date Title Region Publisher Notes
2000 October 7 Eternal Arcadia: Best Navigation Guide Japan Enterbrain A 254 page guidebook to Eternal Arcadia. Contains character information, a walkthrough, 3D maps, inventory data, enemy data, and staff interviews.
October 20 Eternal Arcadia: Kūzoku Vyse Sanjō! Japan Famitsū Paperback A 222 page paperback novel that loosely covers the story from the beginning to the escape from Barua. There’s approximately half a dozen pages illustrated by Itsuki Hoshi, the official artist of the game.
October 26 Eternal Arcadia Japan Gekkan Magazine Z A series of Eternal Arcadia comics begins appearing in Magazine Z, a monthly Japanese mixed-media magazine published by Kodansha. It was illustrated by Itsuki Hoshi, the official artist of the game.
November 10 Eternal Arcadia: Perfect Guide Japan Softbank Publishing An extensive 239 page guidebook to Eternal Arcadia. Contains character information, sidequest information, a walkthrough, maps, inventory data, enemy data, and concept art.
2001 April 30 Kūzoku Rōman! Eternal Arcadia Anthology Comics Japan Ohzora Comics An approximately 156 page Eternal Arcadia doujinshi comic published under the MISSY★COMICS banner, it features ten short stories where the main characters find themselves in touching or bizarre situations.
2002 December 21 Eternal Arcadia Legends: Hisshou Kouryaku Guide Japan Kōdansha GAME BOOKS An 129 page guidebook to Eternal Arcadia Legends. Contains character information, a walkthrough, wireframe maps, sidequest information, enemy data, and inventory data. Barely contains any Legends-exclusive content.
2003 January 23 Eternal Arcadia Legends: Perfect Guide Japan Softbank Publishing An extensive 255 page guidebook to Eternal Arcadia Legends. Contains character information, sidequest information, a walkthrough, maps, inventory data, and enemy data.
February 4 Skies of Arcadia Legends (Prima's Official Strategy Guide) North America Prima Games An 144 guidebook to Skies of Arcadia Legends. Contains character information, equipment information, monster information, sidequest information, and a walkthrough. A downloadable eGuide version was also released, which allows a user to browse a PDF version of the guidebook.
2010 October 5 10th LOGBOOK: Eternal Arcadia Fan Book Japan 空賊くらすた A dōjinshi comic celebrating the 10th anniversary of Eternal Arcadia.

Soundtracks[edit]

Year Date Title Region Publisher Notes
2000 October 5 Eternal Arcadia Original Soundtrack Japan Enterbrain
2001 March 22 Eternal Arcadia Drama CD Vol.1 Japan Eager Beaver A radio drama featuring the voice talents of Tomokazu Seki as Vyse, Tomoko Kawakami as Aika, Yui Horie as Fina, Ryōtarō Okiayu as Alfonso, Hikaru Midorikawa as Ramirez, and Mugihito as Drachma.
April 25 Eternal Arcadia Drama CD Vol.2 Japan Eager Beaver A radio drama featuring the voice talents of Tomokazu Seki as Vyse, Tomoko Kawakami as Aika, Yui Horie as Fina, Mugihito as Drachma, Hikaru Midorikawa as Ramirez, Tōru Furusawa as Galcian, and Kikuko Inoue as Belleza.
May 23 Eternal Arcadia Drama CD Vol.3 Japan Eager Beaver A radio drama featuring the voice talents of Tomokazu Seki as Vyse, Tomoko Kawakami as Aika, Yui Horie as Fina, Hikaru Midorikawa as Ramirez, Tooru Furusawa as Galcian, Norio Wakamoto as Gilder, and Sōichirō Hoshi as Enrique.
November 21 Segacon: The Best of Sega Game Music Vol.2 Japan SME Visual Works A 3-disc set containing music from various Sega games.
2004 April 6 The Very Best of Sega North America OneUp Studios
2007 August 17 Ages Japan Woodsoft A dōjin soundtrack featuring arrangements of music from various games that were released on Sega consoles.

Other[edit]

Year Date Title Region Publisher Notes
2000 November Sega Collection Mēgurumi Vol.2 Japan Fina and Cupil became plushies!