Final Fantasy VII collector’s edition
When Final Fantasy VII got officially announced at E3 this year I jumped out my seat, throwing my dog across the room (it’s okay he knows it was done with love). There is so much to say about this, what just so happens to be my favourite Final Fantasy game of all time. For now though let’s focus on the 1stclass edition (collector’s).
First things first if you want to get your hands on this very special edition of the game it is time to take a trip to the official store of Square Enix. Their own store is the only place for you to get a copy.
Here is what is included in Final Fantasy VII’s 1stclass edition.
- Limited edition steel book
- Deluxe copy of the game
- Art book
- A soundtrack CD
- Most importantly you get this spectacular statue of Cloud Strife on the Hardy-Daytona motorcycle. A nice looking statue, a great design that would make an excellent addition to any collection.
Now that you have seen this impressive Collector’s edition it is time to look at the price tag, that annoying thing that begs the question of do you really want to eat that week? At £260 even the mega fans may struggle to justify it. Heck, who am I kidding? It is a great CE! Well, as long as food isn’t that important for the week.
If the statue is something you are willing to leave behind then perhaps the deluxe edition is more suitable at £80 still giving you the steel book and art book. This can be purchased from multiple different retailers