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Square Enix to Hold Drag-on Dragoon 2 Promotional Events in Japan
06.11.05 - 1:19 AM

Square Enix will hold a series of three promotional events in Japan next week to commemorate the release of its Playstation 2 title Drag-on Dragoon 2: Fuuin no Kurenai, Haitoku no Kuro. Character designer Kimihiko Fujisaka and producer Takamasa Shiba will be at hand at the three following game stores located in Tokyo's Shinjuku district:

Yodobashi Camera Shinjuku West Exit Game Hobby store, beginning 12:00 JST
Bic Camera Ota Kyuu Haruku store, beginning 14:00 JST
Sakuraya Shinjuku East Exit Hobby store, beginning 18:00 JST

To take part in one of the three events which will feature an autograph session, fans will have to use a numbered ticket, they receive when purchasing their copy of Drag-on Dragoon 2. Please note, that these tickets are only valid for the one store where the copy of the game was purchased.

Drag-on Dragoon 2: Fuuin no Kurenai, Haitoku no Kuro will be released in Japan on June 16th for 6,800 yen ($63.26 US). Drag-on Dragoon 2 has yet to receive a US release date.


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