Square Enix Black Friday/Cyber Monday sale offers 50 percent off select titles

Square Enix is offering 50 percent off select games in its online store beginning tomorrow, Nov. 22 until Monday, Nov. 26 as part of a Black Friday/Cyber Monday sale, the company announced today.

Buyers can grab a number of recent releases as well as handful of older titles as part of the discount. Eligible titles include:

  • Army Corps of Hell for PlayStation Vita
  • Dead Island for PS3 or Xbox 360
  • Deus Ex: Human Revolution for PS3 or Xbox 360
  • Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy for PSP
  • Dungeon Siege 3 for PS3 or Xbox 360
  • Final Fantasy 4: The Complete Collection for PSP
  • Final Fantasy 13-2 for PS3 or Xbox 360
  • Heroes of Ruin for 3DS
  • Kingdom Hearts: Birth by Sleep for PSP
  • Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance for 3DS
  • Risen 2: Dark Waters for PS3 or Xbox 360
  • Sleeping Dogs for PS3 or Xbox 360
  • Tactics Ogre: Let Us Cling Together for PSP
  • Theatrhythm Final Fantasy for 3DS
  • Tomb Raider Trilogy for PS3

The shop's front page already advertises four titles at their discounted price: Sleeping Dogs for $29.99, Dead Island for $9.99, Final Fantasy 13-2 for $19.99 and all 3DS games for $19.99 each.

All non-game merchandise including figures, soundtracks and pre-ordered items are not included in the sale.

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