Packed with 26 years of Final Fantasy music, this release comes in both standard and Collector's editions. The latter will come with a 3DS Collector's Pouch, a 20-track music CD, a 5-track remix CD, five CollectaCards from the game, all wrapped in a special box, priced at $69.99 -- this is only available at the Square Enix Online Store.
Square Enix sent word this morning that pre-order customers of the standard edition will get a complimentary upgrade to a Limited Edition version, which will include a five-track remix CD. Amazon has pre-orders open right now.
Speaking of Curtain Call, we're speaking with Square Enix producer Ichiro Hazama at E3 next week, so let us know if you have any questions or comments you'd like us to send his way. Hit us up with anything in the comments below.
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