SQUARE ENIX ANNOUCES LAUNCH OF SQUARE ENIX OFFICIAL ONLINE MERCHANDISE STORE (OTHER)

by November 4th, 2008

Square Enix Ltd., the publisher of Square Enix® interactive entertainment products in Europe and other PAL territories, announces the grand opening of its first SQUARE ENIX OFFICIAL ONLINE MERCHANDISE STORE in Europe today.

YARSThe Shop located at www.square-enix-shop.com/eu is home to merchandise and character goods from high profile game series including FINAL FANTASY®, DRAGON QUEST® and KINGDOM HEARTS. Items from the store, including many shop exclusives, can be purchased for the first time in Europe directly from Square Enix.

The shop is user-friendly and convenient to use. Items are divided by Title and Category allowing you to browse the shop to find your desired goods as quickly and easily as possible.

When the shop launches, items will be available for purchase in the United Kingdom, France and Germany, with plans to roll-out the availability to other European countries in the near future.

John Yamamoto, president and chief executive officer of Square Enix Ltd. comments, “We are very proud to be able to offer our wonderful range of merchandise, beloved by fans worldwide and make them available for purchase in this easy and convenient way in Europe.”

To visit the SQUARE ENIX OFFICIAL ONLINE MERCHANDISE STORE, please go to www.square-enix-shop.com/eu


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Sam P

Sam, 21, recently graduated music & theology student. I live in Coventry, and currently work as a waiter in a hotel, which isn't the most glamorous job, but it's paying off my debts. My first experience of gaming was bubble bobble on the commodore 64, and I've been pretty much hooked since. I really enjoy the old point & click adventure games, and adventure platforming games in general.

About Sam P

Sam, 21, recently graduated music & theology student. I live in Coventry, and currently work as a waiter in a hotel, which isn't the most glamorous job, but it's paying off my debts. My first experience of gaming was bubble bobble on the commodore 64, and I've been pretty much hooked since. I really enjoy the old point & click adventure games, and adventure platforming games in general.

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