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Pre-Order Bonuses for Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: The Crystal Bearers
Three of them, even, depending on your retailer of choice.
10.29.09 - 1:55 AM

Square Enix recently announced three pre-order bonus offers that potential buyers of the Wii-based Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: The Crystal Bearers can look forward to - depending on where they put their money that is.

The simplest and most straightforward bonus is from GameStop: $5 off. So that's nice. Amazon ups the stakes a bit by offering gamers a 2010 calendar featuring artwork from the game. Nicer, and unless you're on a serious budget, will probably bring you happiness longer than that five dollar savings. Finally, pre-ordering at Best Buy nets you a soundtrack sampler with an unknown track list.

This is all personal opinion of course, but if you've been on the FFCC: TCB official website and heard the background music, I think the soundtrack is the thing to lust after here. Your mileage may vary of course, but go to the site and tell me that's not some good music.

Anyway, here are some images of the three bonuses, and you can access the product pages below. Note that the Best Buy page does not list this offer as of yet.

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: The Crystal Bearers is due to be released in North America on December 26th, a day of the utmost importance for everyone. Or everyone that knows me, anyway.

GameStop:

Amazon:

Best Buy:



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