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Update (9/30/21): Pre-orders for the Final Fantasy VII Remake Static Arts: Aerith Gainsborough Dress Ver. Statue are now available at Play-Asia. Remember, you can save 5% with the code NINWIRE at checkout!



The end of September is here and that means it’s time for the return of Tokyo Game Show, albeit in a digital format. While games will be a big part of the experience, publishers also tend to announce some merchandise, and Square Enix typically goes all-out.

This year’s no exception, with a bunch of new pieces of merch being announced for Final Fantasy, Kingdom Hearts, NieR, Xenogears, and more! Better yet, a lot of it is already up for pre-order via the Square Enix Store in North America.

First things first, while the Final Fantasy VII Remake hasn’t hit a Nintendo platform just yet, there’s plenty of cross-over with the classic that is available on Switch. For example, these adorable Sephiroth and Yuffie plushes. The latter even has a limited version that gives her the cloak from the Intergrade episode of the remake.


In a similar vein we have a couple of new Kingdom Hearts plushes based on Sora’s Halloween (and Christmas Town) outfits.


Meanwhile if you want something a little flatter to relax on, you might be into these classic Chocobo and Moogle cushions, with yellow and purple backings, respectively.


Also featuring that cute Chocobo is a jigsaw featuring artwork from an upcoming Japanese picture book.

Sticking with Final Fantasy, the series will also be getting a few rather huge mouse pads based on the earlier entries in the series. With how iconic the original Japanese box-arts were, they’re definitely striking blown up.


Both Dragon Quest and NieR will also be receiving mouse pads.


Final Fantasy VII’s Aerith is getting double the love with both a static statue and a poseable figure of her dress from the Remake.

As for that Xenogears mention I made earlier, joining the earlier Weltall figure we have Weltall-ID.

Finally, the upcoming Voice of Cards, which was announced for Switch as part of last week’s Nintendo Direct, will be getting a set of three metal cards. These were are otherwise only available via the Japanese special edition of the game.

Square Enix has announced many plans for the coming week’s Tokyo Game Show, and we’ll be sure to fill you in on all the latest as it comes in!

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Written by Tom Brown

Whether it’s an exciting new entry in a series long established or a weird experiment meant only for the dedicated, Tom is eager to report on it. Rest assured, if Nintendo ever announces Elite Beat Agents 2, he’ll be there.