'Final Fantasy VII Remake' : Figurines From Play Arts Kai On Sale In Preparation For The Upcoming Game & Its Release

By Switchy Sam , Updated Dec 14, 2016 06:47 PM EST
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"Final Fantasy 7 Remake" is coming close and players cannot wait for it to be released. Based on the trailer about the remake of the game, numerous fans leap for joy and some even cried for one of the greatest story of Final Fantasy series will be remade into another perspective and graphics unlike before.

Fans will perceive another angle of the story and will connect to the movie and previous releases such as "Final Fantasy 7 Crisis Core" and "Final Fantasy 7 Advent Children". Now, as the release date of the said game is closing in, Play Arts Kai from Square Enix released figurines from two of the famous characters in the upcoming game----Cloud Strife and Barret Wallace.

How much does the figurines cost?

One post from Kotaku mentions, the revealed figurines based on "Final Fantasy 7 Remake" which are Cloud and Barret. This means that there will be other figurines released later on. Play Arts Kai announced that the two figurines will be available for purchase on April and May next year in Japan.

Time will tell that these figurines will make its way to the West. The price is also set for these detailed and meticulously crafted figurines, which costs 15, 984 Yen, an equivalent to $139. Quite pricey for a figurine. However, the price matches its design because of the details around every nook and cranny.

Will it be worth buying with the game?

For those who are fans of figurines and has passion on collecting, this is a treasure trove. However, some would just prefer buying the game instead. Not all are fans of figurines, but these are worth collecting due to its limited time sale. Along with "Final Fantasy 7 Remake," these figurines will be a reminder and an opening for the game to be released with a strong impact to fans worldwide.

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