Square Enix commemorates Crisis Core with a US launch party

By Spencer . March 20, 2008 . 11:20am


If you’re in San Francisco and a Final Fantasy fan, get out your planner. Square Enix is having a Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII launch event on March 25 at the PlayStation Store in the Metreon. The party will run from 6:00PM – 9:00PM, but you probably get there early since the first 100 customers in line get a shirt. Other swag at the event includes personalized Shinra Company identification cards, unnamed Final Fantasy merchandise as raffle prizes and a limited edition lithograph.


Perhaps, Square Enix will toast the launch of Zack’s adventure by christening the first buyer with bubbly Final Fantasy potion. On second thought, this is a horrible idea.


Here are the invite details just in case you’re planning on going:



PlayStation Store @ Metreon

101 4th St
San Francisco, CA 94103


Date: March 25, 2008

Time: 6:00PM – 9:00PM

*Entry and retail game limited to 200 attendees


If someone is planning on going please take some pictures for us and for me so I can see what I missed!

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  • p!ry311

    I wish I could go but Im in the other side of the US, but on the other hand CC: FF7 has been on the internet since march 18 midnight and Ive been playing it non stop, I preordered my copy and well I am still suprised that the US game was leaked way earlier than usual.

  • Angelous

    The last time I went to Square release party at the Metreon, it was for Final Fantasy IX. The had some sweet give-aways then. Like a plush Vivi doll and full US release of the FF VIII OST. I still have both.

    But now that I’m graduated from college and I’m employed in the “real” world. I don’t have time to wait in line for hours on a week day for cool schwag. I know, it’s a shame.

  • p!ry311

    Man I know what you mean, free stuff! but I was a while ago stationed in Japan and there was something similar but I couldnt go. IT SUCKS

  • I would go if I did not think it would be packed with a line down the block by the time I got there after work.

  • I might as well stop by and take a few pics, seeing as how I’m going to buy the game anyways. =D

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