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Pair of NIS PS2 Titles Dated
01.28.07 - 12:08 AM

Nippon Ichi Software has announced release details for its most recent PlayStation 2 titles, Soul Cradle: Sekai wo Kurau Mono and Grim Grimoire. The former's first print limited edition will ship with an artbook and the two-disc original soundtrack. Those who pick up their copy of Soul Cradle quickly after its release will also be treated to a special Nippon Ichi Software calendar.

Soul Cradle: Sekai wo Kurau Mono will be available in Japan on February 15th. The standard version will go on sale for 6,800 yen ($56.00 US), while the limited edition will retail for 8,800 yen ($72.47 US).

The Vanillaware-developed Grim Grimoire will only be available by mid-April. Similar to Soul Cradle, the game's first print edition will ship with the original soundtrack. This soundtrack was composed by no other than Final Fantasy Tactics and Final Fantasy XII composer Hitoshi Sakimoto.

Grim Grimoire will hit Japanese retail store shelves on April 12th and carry a suggested price tag of 6,800 yen ($56.00 US).


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