The long awaited Final Fantasy VII Remake is finally here, and it is a beautifully composed adventure of madness. But the characters and animation are inarguably breathtaking. Remember when Advent Children came out and we all lost our minds? Well, we can relive that feeling with the new FFVII Remake. Square Enix has a host of figures from the Play Arts Kai line available for preorder now that tip the price scale at $154.99 each. What’s better/worse, the whole wave of characters are available to order at the same time, so there’s no stopping that tender assault on your money. You can preorder Sephiroth, Rude, Reno, Tifa, Aerith, Barrett, or Cloud.
These figures are actually fairly large, all hovering around the 11 inch range and they come with multiple hands and accessories. So, you really are getting your money’s worth, but it’s just a lot of money considering worthing at the same time.
Tifa Lockhart, a member of the anti-Shinra organization, from the Final Fantasy VII Remake game, makes an appearance as a Play Arts Kai figure!
Standing 10 inches tall, Square Enix has faithfully recreated all the details that were updated and made more intricate for Remake; from her hairstyle and earrings to her costume to pursue a very realistic design. Tifa also has updated joint parts in her elbows and knees, to allow for a wide range of motion.
From the Final Fantasy VII Remake game, Aerith Gainsborough makes an appearance as a Play Arts Kai figure!
Standing over 9 inches tall, the sculpt work of Aerith features her sweet yet strong-willed demeanor. With great care taken to recreate the texture of her skin and clothing, making sure you can get a sense of the character in physical form. The joints, like the elbows and knees, utilize updated joint parts, and the material in her rod utilizes a translucent piece, making for functionality and beauty, all in one.
From the Final Fantasy VII Remake game, Barret Wallace joins the fray once again as a Play Arts Kai action figure, featuring updated sculpts on the face and arm pieces based on the in-game 3D model!
Standing over 10 inches tall, Square Enix has faithfully recreated the in-game model of Barret’s strong expression and his impressive mechanical arm. A translucent material was utilized for his sunglasses so you can see his facial expression behind the lenses, making this a very realistic figure.
From the Final Fantasy VII Remake game, Cloud Strife joins the fray once again as a Play Arts Kai action figure!
Standing over 10 inches tall, this new version of Cloud comes with an updated face sculpt, based on the in-game 3D model. With the faithful recreation of the in-game 3D model, Square Enix focused on the sculpt and paintwork to showcase all the subtle details, from Cloud’s confident expression, to his glimmering earring, and to the coloring of his eyes in this exquisite figure.