The powers that be at Square Enix have chosen a wonderfully weird way in which to celebrate the 25th anniversary of its SaGa games: porcelain dishes.
Specifically, the Tokyo-based purveyor of Japanese RPGs is recognizing the milestone by selling a slew of porcelain platters, plates and cups that feature artwork related to the quirky series.
My favorite of the bunch: the following cup-and-saucer set that'll only set you back about $200.
The seven-inch platter seen below is pretty sweet too, though--plus, it's comparatively "cheap" at $150.
And then there's this rather colorful five-inch plate, which will run you just $86.50 if you buy it via shopncsx.com. (It's only $60 or so when purchased through the Square Enix estore, although I can't say I know how a foreigner is supposed to accomplish that task.)
To ogle the rest of Square Enix's SaGa anniversary dishes (including a couple that ring in at just under $10,000 apiece), head over to store.jp.square-enix.com/special/saga.