Crisis Core FFVII SE for UK

Chunky art book and fancy case.

Square Enix will be offering a Special Edition of Crisis Core Final Fantasy VII in the UK. European offers may vary a little.

An official announcement is said to be "imminent", but some retailers have begun posting the contents on the Internet we call home. And friend.

The "Special Pre-Order Edition" at Gamestation will contain a 48-page art book and fancy slipcase packaging.

That one sells for GBP 29.99, but we're told it should be the same price as the non-special edition. It really is quite limited, apparently. Shop around for similar offers on other sites over the weekend, then.

Square Enix has previously said Crisis Core Final Fantasy VII will be arriving on PSP this spring, although Gamestation has it down for summer.

Head over to our Crisis Core Final Fantasy VII for an idea of what to expect.

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