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Check these hot Chrono Trigger figures you can pre-order


12:00 PM on 04.07.2010
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At Entertainment Earth, pre-orders are now being taken for this set of four Chrono Trigger collectibles. These staggeringly beautiful diorama pieces recreate artwork from the original game's manual. The set is going for $40 and will be released in October.

I'm not the biggest fan of Chrono Trigger by any stretch of the imagination, but even I'm thinking about how good these would look sitting on my shelf. I'm particularly partial to the scene with Chrono fighting with Magus, which looks gorgeous.

Check out all four of the scenes in the image below. Who's ponying up cash for these bad boys?

Chrono Trigger Formation Arts Trading Figures [Entertainment Earth]

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