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Got Money To Burn, FF7 Fans? These Charms Will Solve That Problem

Do you want some jewellery to go with your soon-to-be-yours expensive Final Fantasy VII Remake watch? Then you may be interested in these bad boy charms.

And I do mean literal “bad boys”; these charms are inspired by Final Fantasy VII characters Cloud, Sephiroth, and Vincent. You can get them from the Square Enix store this June 2020.

They don’t come cheap: each of them cost over US$130. For that amount of money though, you’ll get some pretty cool detailing, a weapon for each charm that represents each character, and an orb on the top. For those keeping score, that’s a Buster Sword for Cloud, Masamune and angel wings for Sephiroth, and claws-cape for edgelord Vincent Valentine.

Final Fantasy VII Remake will be out on 10th April for PS4. Check out our thoughts on the recent build here, as well as our recap of the spinoffs.

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