Are a Final Fantasy VII fan? Tired of oversleeping? Don’t wish to use your cellphone as an alarm lest you get sucked into doomscrolling? Well, do I ever have the answer for you: a standalone digital clock usual after Final Fantasy VII’s iconic Buster Sword.
The miniature reproduction of Cloud Strife’s ridiculously giant sword — particularly, the model in Final Fantasy VII Remake — is ready at an angle harking back to how you see it on the game’s main menu screen. The time is illuminated prominently because of a show on the sword’s blade, and the materia close to the hilt gentle up, too.
- Main Theme of FFVII — Sector 7 Undercity
- Let the Battles Begin! — A Merc’s Job
- The Airbuster (a remix of the unique FF7’s boss battle theme that totally rips)
- Aerith’s Theme — Home Again
- One-Winged Angel — Rebirth
If you wish to get an thought of what the music appears like on the clock’s audio system, take a look at this video from Square Enix. The sound high quality doesn’t appear nice, but it surely is perhaps value coping with in order that Sephiroth’s theme track is the very first thing you hear each morning.
Before you get able to drop some gil on the clock, there are a couple of not-so-good issues I ought to point out. For one factor, the clock prices… $199.99. If you put cash down now, you’re solely preordering the clock forward of an anticipated January 2023 launch date. According to Square’s web site, the clock solely reveals 24-hour time. And you higher hope that the weak-sounding audio system can absolutely wake you up, as a result of the clock can also be lacking a snooze button.
But, if you’re keen to attend, actually wish to personal a miniature reproduction of Cloud’s Buster Sword, and are okay residing dangerously with out a snooze button, you would possibly wish to put in your preorder now. While you wait, maybe your desires can be crammed with the traditional songs of Final Fantasy VII — quickly sufficient, you’ll be capable of hear them from the official clock, too.