Square Enix’s Online Store 1st Anniversary Sale Now Live

Thursday, February 11th, 2016

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Square Enix SaleTo celebrate the 1st anniversary of their online store, Square Enix is currently hosting a sale with major discounts for many of their popular titles. Both old and new titles are getting some love as savings range from 10% off to an impressive 50% off. As an added bonus all orders over $20 receive a free, Square Enix themed lanyard and 50 more reward points if you’ve registered as a member to the online store.

While there are too many deals to list some of the highlights include:

Along with games there are some other items on sale like a decent number of RPG soundtracks (for the music lover) and a Dragon Quest Slime plushie (for the stuffed animal lover). The sale last from now until February 21st and is bound by the ‘while supplies last’ maxim. So what are you waiting for? This is the perfect opportunity to pick up some modern classics or to snatch some old school RPGs that you might’ve missed the first time around.

P.S. For our international and Canadian readers, it’s good to keep in mind that these prices are in American currency and that shipping will vary from country to country.

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Leif Conti-Groome is a writer/playwright/video game journalist whose work has appeared on websites such as NextGen Player, Video Game Geek and DriveinTales. His poem Ritual won the 2015 Broadside Contest organized by the Bear Review. While he grew up playing titles such as Final Fantasy VI and Super Double Dragon, he doesn’t really have a preference for genre these days except for Country; that’s a game genre right? Leif’s attention has been more focused on the burgeoning communities of niche Japanese titles, eSports and speedruns. He currently resides in Toronto, Canada and makes a living as a copywriter.