Square Enix making official low-poly Final Fantasy VII figures | Nintendo Wire

Final Fantasy VII is an iconic and significant JRPG, but it’s one that doesn’t hold up incredibly well by modern standards, especially in regards to its graphics – specifically the character models. While battles manage to replicate the more detailed pre-rendered cutscene characters, the overworld is filled with little super-deformed versions.

Personally, though, I think those low-poly characters have a charm of their own, and others seem to agree as for years 3D printer owners have been making models of the l’il guys. Square Enix seems to have finally taken note of their appeal, showcasing a selection of figures at TGS to cross-promote the upcoming remake.

While the translated Hobby Magazine tweet refers to a “lottery”, it’s worth noting that the official English Final Fantasy VII Twitter account has referenced the figures, suggesting they’ll see a worldwide release.

Here’s hoping they get dated soon!

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  1. Gfysc says:

    Now I know why se shut down that guy and his 3d printed figures in 2013 not that I blame em those where insulting to everything Ff7.. but these are beautiful!

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