There's nothing quite like the feeling of exchanging your very own hard-earned cash for virtual ducats, knowing you'll never get it back. As it turns out, Japanese publisher Square Enix
is a big fan
of your money, and has just introduced its own proprietary currency to Japan.
Named "Crysta" (not just the name of that questionable girl from your high school anymore!), the virtual money can be used for "online community games like Party Castle
... MMO Fantasy Earth Zero
, and to purchase soundtracks off the Square Enix e-Store," according to Siliconera
. No announcement has been made on whether or not "Crysta" will end up in North America just yet, but we imagine that Square Enix would be happy to take our money as well.