June launch for European Crisis Core, special edition confirmed

By Patrick Garratt, Monday, 17 March 2008 08:53 GMT

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Square Enix has launched the European site for Crisis Core – Final Fantasy VII on PSP, confirming a special edition pack for those that pre-order online. The pre-order initiative appears to have confirmed the game for a late June launch, with Play listing a June 27 date, and GameStation sticking to “June”. Either way, it’s a teeny bit after the March 25 date Amazon’s currently listing for the US version.

The boosted SKU includes an art book, and all looks very swish. We’re waiting on official word from Square about the date.

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