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Squaresoft Opens Online Store

Squaresoft's new store, as previously announced, is now open. This is great news for many Squaresoft fans. Why? Basically, the great prices.

The "Music from Final Fantasy VIII" Soundtrack (Basically the FF8 Soundtrack with new art) is only $36, and it's 4 CDs. This is the best price I've ever seen a 4 Disc videogame soundtrack. A very nice improvement. Along with this CD, there are rumors that they will be producing previously-created soundtracks for America (Xenogears, Parasite Eve, maybe even some SNES OSTs). Along with this, they'll probably be releasing American OSTs for future games (Chrono Cross). They also have T-Shirts and a Hat in the Merchandise Section.

Another great part is the Games section. The games vary in price, but the fact that you can still find NEW copies of them for cheap prices is great. Parasite Eve is $19.99, and their fairly new Chocobo Racing is only $29.99!

With this opening is a special deal. The first 100 customers to spend over $100 there (S&H/taxes not included) get a free Squaresoft T-Shirt! Most Square fans have most of that stuff anyway and they might not even be able to spend $100 without ordering something they already have.

The Shipping and Handling is $5.95, which is standard.

Click here to reach Squaresoft's all new American Online Store!!

Date Updated:
December 3rd, 1999

Time Updated:
12:58 PM


Ramza

Related Links:
  •   Squaresoft's Site


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