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Major PC Game Sale On Final Fantasy, Square Enix Titles This Weekend
After a few decades, I'm starting to wonder how "final" this fantasy actually is.
With the Steam Summer Sale behind us and Amazon Prime Day 2019 knocking on the door, July has become a non-stop deals bonanza for gamers. Tossing another sale onto the pile, Green Man Gaming is offering discounts of up to 60% off Steam codes for Japanese publisher Square Enix's games. The deals end on July 15.
This sale really demonstrates why Square Enix has endured as one of the most prolific JRPG publishers in the industry for decades. Beyond the obviously immense scope of the entire mainline Final Fantasy series (let alone its countless spin-offs), Square Enix's deep bench is on display, which spans from early, genre-defining classics, such as Chrono Trigger and Secret of Mana, to more recent entries like Dragon Quest Heroes II. The publisher's success has been so enduring that it has lately turned toward developing new games that are primarily driven by nostalgia for its earlier titles, like I am Setsuna. Check out the highlights below:
- Final Fantasy III -- $8 (
- Final Fantasy IV -- $8 (
- Final Fantasy V -- $8 (
- Final Fantasy VI -- $8 (
- Final Fantasy VII -- $9.60 (
- Final Fantasy VIII -- $6 (
- Final Fantasy IX -- $16.80 (
- Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster -- $24 (
- Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age -- $40 (
- Final Fantasy XIII -- $8 (
- Final Fantasy XIII-2 -- $10 (
- Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII -- $10 (
- Final Fantasy XV: Windows Edition -- $25 (
- Chrono Trigger -- $7.50 (
- Secret of Mana -- $20 (
- Dragon Quest Heroes: Slime Edition -- $20 (
- Dragon Quest Heroes II -- $30 (
- I am Setsuna -- $16 (
- Romancing Saga 2 -- $18.75 (
It's also worth noting that you can save 20% on featured upcoming titles at Green Man Gaming by using the code SAVE20.
Prime Day 2019 starts on Monday, July 15 where this sale leaves off, and as always will include a huge variety of great deals for gamers on any platform. HyperX has already announced its Prime Day deals, which include gaming PC keyboards and headsets. If you can't wait until Monday, Dell's own Black Friday in July sale is happening right now, transitioning directly into Cyber Monday in July next week. Both sales include some serious discounts on gaming laptops, desktops, and monitors that are worth checking out.
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