While tens of millions of Americans decide who should be their next president, Square Enix is offering a far more crucial choice: Where should you pre-order Final Fantasy XV?

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The above image is not some sort of twisted parody. It’s an actual screencap of Square Enix’s YouTube page, where they’ve got 16—16!—different pre-order DLC trailers. Some of them are for Amazon; others are for the Square Enix store; others still are only available when you pre-order digitally on the Xbox or PlayStation storefronts. The only way to snag’em all, as far as I can tell, is to pre-order four or five different copies of the game. To keep track you’ll probably want a flowchart, or this handy list (via Gematsu):

Pre-Order DLC: “Angler Set”

PlayStation Store, Xbox Game Store, or Ultimate Edition

Pre-Order DLC: “Camera Kit (Camera Body and Lens)”

Amazon U.S. or Ultimate Edition

Pre-Order DLC: “Gourmand Set (Two Types of Rare Cooking Ingredients)”

Amazon U.S. or Ultimate Edition

Pre-Order DLC: “Outfit: Royal Raiment”

Deluxe Edition and Ultimate Edition

Pre-Order DLC: “Recolor: 16-Bit Buddies”

PlayStation Store and Xbox Games Store

Pre-Order DLC: “Recolor: Cindymobile”

Square Enix Online Store in North America

Pre-Order DLC: “Recolor: Gold Chocobo”

Amazon U.S.

Pre-Order DLC: “Recolor: Platinum Leviathan”

Deluxe Edition or Ultimate Edition

Pre-Order DLC: “Theme: Big Bang”

PlayStation Store

Pre-Order DLC: “Travel Pack (Fuel Ticket and Hotel)”

Amazon U.S. or Ultimate Edition

Pre-Order DLC: “Weapon: Blazefire Saber (Final Fantasy XIII)”

Amazon U.S.

Pre-Order DLC: “Weapon: Gae Bolg (Final Fantasy XIV)”

Amazon U.S.

Pre-Order DLC: “Weapon: Mage Mashers (Final Fantasy IX)”

Amazon U.S.

Pre-Order DLC: “Weapon: Masamune (Final Fantasy XV)”

All pre-orders

Pre-Order DLC: “Xbox One Avatars: Noctis Costumes and Carbuncle Pet”

Xbox Games Store

Pre-Order Game: “A King’s Tale: Final Fantasy XV

GameStop and EB Games

Devious or just annoying? No matter your personal feelings, I think this is evidence—and this might just be a wild guess, but hear me out—that Square Enix wants you to pre-order Final Fantasy XV.