The cast from the original FINAL FANTASY VII make a debut as collectible Polygon Figures!
Each character is recreated in their whimsical polygon form, with amazingly expressive eyes.
No matter what figure you get it will be a great fun addition to any classic Final Fantasy VII collection!
Item Size: Cloud: W 1.4” x D 0.6” x H 2.4” Barrett: W 2.2” x D 0.8” x H 2.6” Tifa: W 0.8” x D 0.6” x H 2.2” Aerith: W 1” x D 0.8” x H 2.2” Reno: W 1.1” x D 0.8” x H 2.4” Sephiroth: W 1.2” x D 1.” x H 2.4” Red XIII: W 1” x D 2.6” x H 1.4”
The Square-Enix online store is now selling some new Final Fantasy VII jewelry. For $138 each, fans can by Cloud, Sephiroth, and Vincent charms. Each charm has a unique stone accent, and is made from SV925 silver. Unfortunately, these charms don't come with a necklace or bracelet to attach them to. Check out all three designs here.
When it comes to Final Fantasy, everyone is talking about the Final Fantasy VII remake. It's the latest in a long line of Final Fantasy titles that have been ported, reworked, or completely revamped. Still, the team behind the series has interest in revisiting even more classic titles.
In an interview with GameReactor, producer Yoshinori Kitase opened up about his interest in remaking Final Fantasy V some day.
"(Laughs) Ok, so first of all, you have to promise you're not going to write an article saying Square Enix is remaking Final Fantasy something, something... It's just a purely personal opinion, just so you understand that. With that caveat in place, the first Final Fantasy that I worked on myself was Final Fantasy V, that hasn't been remade with the more realistic kind of approach yet, so I think it might be quite interesting to do a FF5 remake someday".
Square Enix is very proud to present this incredible chronograph timepiece with an automatic movement manufactured by Seiko Instruments of Japan and a remarkable stainless steel case taken to a mirrored finish and a Materia inspired blue sapphire glass crown to achieve the truly heroic look of Cloud Strife.
In collaboration with K-uno’s artisans, amazing handcrafted detail was put into every piece that will make any FINAL FANTASY VII fan stunned!
From the exposed mechanics of the all-glass back panel to the FINAL FANTASY VII logo embossed rotor, with 3D Cloudy Wolf emblem or 3D One-Winged Angel emblem and finishing with a Mako inspired mother-of-pearl central disk.
This limited edition Chronograph will be made in Japan, to order with a unique North American serial number and up to 77 pieces made per region. This spectacular piece includes a special case and will be the centerpiece of anyone’s collection for years to come!
If you want to grab yourself one of these super-fancy watches, which are set to launch on March 31st, 2020, you can preorder one now for the price of $2,500. No, that is not a typo.
Looking for a gift for that Final Fantasy VII fan in your life? Perhaps some official jewelry from Square-Enix will do the trick. The company is releasing a pair of necklaces that are inspired by Aerith, and each one is priced at $150. If you'd like to check out more details on each necklace, you can see the full listings here and here.
Square-Enix continues their Bring Arts action figure set with the addition of Final Fantasy IX characters Kuja and Amarant Coral. Your purchase comes with both figurines, as well as extra accessories like alternate hands and a clawed weapon. This duo is set to launch in April 2020.
Final Fantasy VII's remake is on the way soon, and everyone is buzzing about its gorgeous graphics. Here on Switch, Nintendo owners finally have their first chance to go hands-on with the original Final Fantasy VII. While the visuals are outdated by today's standards, they're not without their charm.
It appears Square-Enix knows this, as they're releasing a set of classic Final Fantasy VII figurines. These figurines, in all their low-poly glory, were on display at TGS 2019. We don't have info on release date or pricing at this time, but hopefully those details will show up soon.
Square-Enix will be hosting a special concert called “Symphonic Memories – Music From Square Enix” in Japan on Dec. 14th, 2019. There will be an afternoon and evening session at the Culttz Kawasaki, with ticket prices ranging from 7,100 to 9,100 yen. The game lineup includes Final Fantasy VII, Final Fantasy XV, Xenogears, and Octopath Traveler.
The beloved classic FINAL FANTASY CRYSTAL CHRONICLES returns in beautiful HD for Playstation 4, Nintendo Switch, iOS and Android devices on January 23, 2020.
Long ago, a giant meteorite fell on the land, and deadly miasma blanketed the world. Crystals keep the miasma in check, but the crystals' power is not eternal. Young adventurers embark on a journey once a year seeking "drops of myrrh" to purify the crystals. These are the chronicles of brave young adventurers who journey to protect their home. These are the "CRYSTAL CHRONICLES."
Along with the new trailers and release date, Square-Enix has shared a host of new details on Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Remastered Edition. First up, we know that Japan will see a retail version and eShop version. It seems both the retail and eShop versions will be priced at 4,800 yen.
Following that, Square-Enix revealed the one-two punch of cross-play and cross-progression across platforms. Yes, it seesms that Switch players will be able to play with PS4 and mobile players. You can also play your saved game on one platform, and pick it back up on another.
A few other tidbits were announced for Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Remastered Edition to showcase what else is new. Check out the bulletpoints on that info below.
- Online multiplayer for up to four players.
- Added challenging new post-game dungeons and bosses.
- Added new variant character skins for each tribe.
- Added new items to equip.
- Newly recorded theme songs “Kaze no Ne” and “Hoshizukiyo” by Yae.
- Newly recorded narration.
- Newly recorded character voices.
Nintendo fans never had the chance to play Final Fantasy VIII on one of Nintendo's platforms until now. Square-Enix has released Final Fantasy VIII Remastered, which gives the original a fresh coat a paint. Wonder just how different the two versions look? Check out a comparison version featuring the Switch remaster alongside the original PC release above.