Square Enix Online Store Update: Crisis Core, Dragon Quest and More

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Time for another merchandise update from the Square Enix Official Online Store to clue you in on. Coming up next week on March 7th, two Crisis Core items will be made available, including the Loveless silver locket and Soldier 1st Class keyring pictured above. No pricing provided for either as of yet, but I imagine the locket will be fairly pricey and the keyring a little more mass affordable.

Also due out on the 7th is this Final Fantasy VII silver Sephiroth ring with a design modeled after the One Wing of Sephiroth wrapping around a ball of black onyx symbolizing the Meteor materia. The text “One-Winged Angel” is also engraved around the inside of the band. Pricing is also still to come.

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The remaining three items all focus on the Dragon Quest franchise — presumably in commemoration of the recent Wii debut of Dragon Quest Swords — and all three are now available. Included in the lineup are two adorable new plush toys starring the famous Slime mascot of the DQ series and a “Sword of ROTO” silver pendant. The regular Slime plushie is only $10.99, the King Slime plushie is a bit more at $17.99, and the “Sword of ROTO” necklace a hefty $147.99.

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