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Square Enix's Winter of RPGs: Chrono Cross, FFV, FFVI


5:45 PM on 11.03.2011
Square Enix's Winter of RPGs: Chrono Cross, FFV, FFVI photo



The PlayStation Network will soon see three of the greatest role-playing games ever made: Chrono Cross, Final Fantasy V and Final Fantasy VI. Some of you may not be with me on FFV, but I loved it. What's great is that they're all coming in a row. Square Enix's Winter of RPGs campaign will bring you these games on the following dates:

  • Chrono Cross: November 8 (in a few days!)
  • Final Fantasy V: November 22
  • Final Fantasy VI: December 6

That's like my Christmas list from back in the day. Give me Brave Fencer Musashi and it'll be my 1990's all over again. Thank you, Square Enix!

Which are you getting?

Announcing Square Enix’s Winter of RPGs Campaign [PlayStation Blog]






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