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Grab yourself a Christmas surprise

13 Dec 2013

With Christmas fast approaching, Square Enix is set to launch an exclusive holiday deal available from 12th December - 20th December 2013 only at The Square Enix Store.

Priced at A$8.99, the Christmas Surprise is a special selection of Square Enix products worth over $75 .

Not sure what to gift a friend this Christmas? Or just fancy treating yourself? The Square Enix Christmas Surprise has been thoughtfully put together to offer a holiday assortment packed full of PC Digital games.

The question is - What’s in the Box?

The contents of this exclusive deal will be delivered on the 20th December 2013, which is when the deal ends – so pick one up for a Christmas Surprise and discover What’s in the Box!

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