SQUARE ENIX Products Official Merchandise Store Launches Today

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Square Enix, Inc. announced that the SQUARE ENIX Products official merchandise store has re-launched.

 

The SQUARE ENIX online store has always made games and music CDs available. Today, it has added merchandise as a permanent fixture to its online store. Customers may now purchase plush items featuring classic FINAL FANTASY® characters like Moogle and Chocobo®, jewelry featured in FINAL FANTASY games, along with licensed PLAY ARTS -Kai- action figures from major television, video game and movie franchises. A vast number of merchandise items are now offered through the online store which serves as a consolidated hub for all things SQUARE ENIX. Customers will be able to easily shop and place pre-orders through the improved interface.

 

Also available for preorder on the revitalized store is BATMAN™ THE DARK KNIGHT TRILOGY PLAY ARTS -KAI- Batman (BLACK METALLIC Ver.) for $64.99, a San Diego Comic-Con 2013 exclusive, for those unable to attend the show*. From Director Christopher Nolan’s final chapter of the Batman® trilogy, The Dark Knight Rises, comes Batman as a PLAY ARTS -Kai- action figure, re-imagined in a metallic black finish. This exclusive figure is a very limited run item with only 1000 pieces created.

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*Note:
• While supplies last
• The preordered product will be shipped to the provided address, and will not be available for onsite pick-up at the SQUARE ENIX booth at San Diego Comic-Con 2013
• Products will not be shipped until Wednesday, July 17, 2013

 

For more information, please follow @SQEX_MD_NA or visit: http://store.na.square-enix.com/.

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