Square Enix's Spring Cleaning Sale Features Drops Prices On Final Fantasy 15 And More

It seems the Square Enix Store is getting a little cluttered lately. To help move inventory, Square Enix is holding a Spring Cleaning Sale and dropping prices on many of its games. If you're a fan of the company's offerings--both recent and retro, going all the way back to PS One--that's good news for you. It's unclear when the sale will end, but let's take a look at some of the best deals going on right now at the Square Enix Store.

If you haven't picked up Final Fantasy XV yet, here's an affordable way to do it. The Square Enix Store has the core game for $18 on PS4 and Xbox One, and the Xbox One version of the Deluxe Edition for $54. The Deluxe Edition comes with a steelbook case and the Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy movie on Blu-ray, as well as some in-game items. Meanwhile, Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age is on sale for $30, and Final Fantasy X / X2 HD Remaster is available for $12. You can even buy Final Fantasy IX and the compilations Final Fantasy Origins and Final Fantasy Anthology for the original PlayStation for $5 apiece.

Fans of historical action may want to grab Kingdom Come: Deliverance for $50. The and the narrative-driven game Life is Strange is down to $6 on Xbox One (PS4 owners can add themselves to a waiting list). The follow-up Life is Strange: Before the Storm is on sale for $20.

Deus Ex: Mankind Divided, a game that lets you tackle challenges in any way you want, is on sale for $8, while its Collector's Edition, featuring an art book and an Adam Jensen figurine, is down to $40 (from $100).

Dragon Quest fans also have a few deals to choose from. The Minecraft-inspired game Dragon Quest Builders is $18 and the hack-and-slash musou game Dragon Quest Heroes II is $24, both on PS4. If you still play your Nintendo DS or 3DS, you might consider Dragon Quest Monsters: Joker for $9.

And if you're in the market for a racing game, you can pick up Dirt 4 or Gravel for $40, the motocross game MXGP3 for $20, or Monster Energy Supercross for $50.

Those are just the highlights. Check out all the games in the Square Enix's Spring Cleaning sale here.

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