Region Final Fantasy VII fan? Tired of sleeping too much? Don’t want to use your phone as an alarm for fear of being sucked into the doomscrolling? Well, do I ever have the solution for you: a stand-alone digital clock fashioned after Final Fantasy VII iconic Buster sword.
The miniature replica of Cloud Strife’s ridiculously large sword – specifically, the version in Final Fantasy VII Remake – is set at an angle reminiscent of how you see it on the game’s main menu screen. also lights up.
If you want Final Fantasy VII Remake music – like me – you’ll be happy to know that you can set five of the game’s best songs as your alarm:
- FFVII Main Theme — Sector 7 Undercity
- Let the battles begin! — The work of a merchant
- The Airbuster (a remix of the original FF7totally ripping boss battle theme)
- Aerith Theme – Home Again
- One-winged angel – Renaissance
If you want to get an idea of what the music sounds like on the clock speakers, check out this video from Square Enix. The sound quality doesn’t sound great, but it might be worth taking care of so that Sephiroth’s theme song is the first thing you hear every morning.
Before you get ready to drop some gil on the clock, there are a few not-so-good things I should mention. For one, the clock costs… $199.99. If you deposit money now, you’re just pre-ordering the clock ahead of the scheduled January 2023 release date. According to Square’s website, the clock only shows 24-hour time. And you better hope the low sounding speakers can fully wake you up, as the clock also lacks a snooze button.
But, if you’re willing to wait, really If you want to own a miniature replica of Cloud’s Buster Sword and can live dangerously without a snooze button, you might want to pre-order now. While you wait, maybe your dreams will be filled with the classic songs of Final Fantasy VII – Soon you will also be able to hear them from the official clock.