With Final Fantasy 7 Remake, fans can relive the story. Of course, the well-known characters from the original are also included. Tifa is one of the most popular and you can now buy her as a figure, which, however, shows a not quite adult pose.
Final Fantasy 7 Remake: You have to pay a lot for this figure
Fans are currently eagerly awaiting the announcement of the second part of Final Fantasy 7 Remake. As in the original, Tifa naturally also plays a major role here, so it’s often used for merchandise. The FavorGK company, for example, does not produce official figures, but they produce high-quality figures at first glance, which are occasionally aimed exclusively at adults.
VTuber D-Piddy shared pictures of one on Twitter Tifa figure in the Jack-O pose, made famous by a character from the Guilty Gear series of fighting games. In 2021, the pose went viral as a meme – so it was probably inevitable that a character from Final Fantasy 7 would eventually be used.
The 36 centimeter tall figure is available available in different versions: Standard, with interchangeable naked body, with interchangeable combat suit and naked body, or with two interchangeable bodies. The prices currently vary from 544.99 US dollars to 728.99 US dollars, the equivalent of 523.49 euros to 699.90 euros. If the early bird discount has expired, it will be significantly more expensive.
By the way, this is not the first time that Tifa Ü18 is shown:
Final Fantasy 7 Remake: When will part 2 be released?
The original Final Fantasy 7 celebrated its 25th anniversary in January and according to Yoshinori Kitase, the game’s game director, part 2 of the remake is set to be announced later this year. Square Enix now has around six months left and any new information on the upcoming game would be a nice gesture to celebrate the anniversary. (Source: YouTube)
With Final Fantasy 7 Remake Intergrade your game will be expanded with a story:
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