Square Enix’s e-Store Holiday Sale is a Go


Picking up where the Black Friday/Cyber Monday sale left off, Square Enix, via its official online storefront, is hosting a holiday sale through the remainder of the year.

Between now and January 2, 2013, Square Enix is selling off games new and old at a 50% discount, with a bonus deal on Hitman: Absolution cutting the price down to just $39.99.

Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance, Heroes of Ruin and Theatrhythm Final Fantasy are once again just $19.99 each. Risen 2 is already down to an amazingly cheap $9.99, a deal I’ll personally be jumping on as I loved the first game despite its severe lack of polish. Numerous Squenix PS1 classics can be had for $7.49 apiece, so if you’re looking to build up your collection with greats like Chrono Cross, Final Fantasy Anthology/Chronicles/Origins and Final Fantasy IX this is the time to do it.

Still have a PSP you’re gaming on? Well, must-haves like Tactics Ogre: Let Us Cling Together, The 3rd Birthday, Kingdom Hearts: Birth By Sleep and both Dissidia titles are down to $9.99. Final Fantasy, Final Fantasy II and Final Fantasy Tactics: The War of the Lions are even cheaper at $4.99.

The Nintendo DS is well represented too by $9.99 prices on titles like Chrono Trigger, Final Fantasy: The 4 Heroes of Light, Final Fantasy III, Final Fantasy IV, The Legend of Kage 2, and both editions of Space Invaders Extreme.

Great deals all around plus many more I haven’t mentioned. There’s even free shipping to make the sale doubly irresistible!

Holiday Sale [Square Enix Online Store]

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