A lot of people all over the world are taking in the sights and sounds of Ivalice.
Square Enix recently released their Q1/Q2 fiscal year 2003 figures, and unsurprisingly, the company is picking up some serious cash with the release of titles like Final Fantasy XI Online and Tactics Advance.
Being a Nintendo site, we're only concerned with the Game Boy Advance title (though PS2 owners can expect to be playing with 400,000 PC players online by the time they see the console version), and FFTA has sold pretty well: 330,000 copies in Europe, 460,000 copies in Japan, and an astounding 760,000 carts sold here in North America. That's well over 1.5 million sold worldwide, which is a stupendous number for a portable game.
Of course, we're all waiting for Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles to come out in the States due out this February. Considering that a GBA is required to play it the in proper way (with friends), 360,000 units sold isn't a bad number.