More than 700,000 DVD and UMD copies of Square-Enix's CGI film, Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children, have been sold in Japan since the game's release on September 14.
That means it's proving as popular with Japanese consumers as Hollywood blockbuster DVD releases - something which is unusual for an animated film.
The basic Advent Children DVD is priced at 4800 Yen (USD 45), the standard price for a DVD in Japan. For 29,500 Yen (USD 275) FF fans can purchase a limited edition version, which comes bundled with a figurine, cap, t-shirt, keyring, script reproduction and an additional DVD containing features and trailers.
The bundle also includes a special edition version of the original Final Fantasy VII game for PSone.
Square-Enix has yet to confirm a European release for the film, but its success in Japan means it's more than likely to make it over here.