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Tuesday, 18 March 2008 11:27

Square Enix announces Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII

Written by Muamer Odobasic
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Special edition with a hardback book


Square Enix
today announced that it will launch a special edition of Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII in Q2, along with the regular version of the game.

Gamers will get a new story plot in Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII, which is supposed to clear up the mystery surrounding the original Final Fantasy VII.

The special edition will ship in a high-quality box bundled with a hardback copy of a book with detailed character descriptions and maps.

It will be available only as an online pre-order and at select retailers only.

More here.

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