Final Fantasy 7 Remake: shirogane_art's Tifa cosplay is minimal and artistic

Final Fantasy 7 Remake: shirogane_art's Tifa cosplay is minimal and artistic

Final Fantasy 7 Remake

Final Fantasy 7 Remake was one of Square Enix's biggest hits with audiences and critics in recent years. The reasons are many, from the graphic quality to the depth of the gameplay, but also and above all for the faithful but modernized representation of the game's characters. Among all, one of the favorites has always been Tifa, and even nowadays the girl has many and many fans. Now, shirogane_art offers us its own cosplay of Tifa, in a minimal and artistic version.

shirogane_art presents us a cosplay of Tifa that is not faithful to the character of the game. The cosplayer, in this version, has created a "minimal" Cattail, that is, with the minimum amount of elements necessary to recognize it, but without copying the source. shirogane_art opted for glossy materials, for example, and played even more with black and white contrasts. This is a very successful personal interpretation of the character.

If you are a fan of shirogane, then you should see Marin cosplay from Shirogane in a bathing suit. Then here is the cosplay of Ann Takamaki of shirogane_sama which is shown without a mask. Impossible not to mention the cosplay of Asuka by shirogame_sama in a white jumpsuit which is revealed in new shots. Finally, we suggest Shirogane's 2B cosplay: it's floral and gorgeous.

Tell us, what do you think of Tifa's cosplay made by shirogane_art? Has the character of Final Fantasy 7 Remake been recreated in the best way, or do you think you have seen higher quality versions?

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This Final Fantasy VII Remake alarm clock costs $250

Square Enix has unveiled a special, insanely expensive Final Fantasy VII Remake-themed digital alarm clock.

Shaped like protagonist Cloud Strife’s iconic Buster Sword, the clock features an LCD display that shows time in various colours inspired by materia, the magical orbs used in the world of FFVII. Further, the alarm functionality features five songs from Final Fantasy VII Remake‘s incredible soundtrack:

  • The Airbuster
  • Aerith’s Theme — Home Again
  • Let the Battles Begin! — A Merc’s Job
  • Main Theme of FFVII — Sector 7 Undercity
  • One-Winged Angel — Rebirth
  • However, there are some significant shortcomings to this device. First, it’s $200 USD (about $250 CAD), which is outrageous for a digital alarm clock. What’s more, for a device that costs so much, you’d expect fairly pristine sound quality, but this clock unfortunately lacks even that.

    As you can hear in Square Enix’s official trailer for the clock, the audio sounds echoey, which is jarringly juxtaposed with the sound clips from the game that play in the same video. Finally, there’s bafflingly no snooze button.

    If none of that is an issue for you, the “Final Fantasy VII Remake Digital Clock — Buster Sword” is available for pre-order on Square Enix’s website. It’s expected to ship in January 2023. Final Fantasy VII is my all-time favourite game, but unfortunately, this clock — however cool it does look — simply costs too much for me to justify a purchase.

    Outside of the clock, 2022 marks the 25th anniversary of Final Fantasy VII, and as part of those celebrations, Square Enix says it hopes to share more information on the currently untitled second installment in its FFVII Remake series. Remake was originally released on PS4 in April 2020, with a PS5 version following in June 2021 and a PC port landing that December.

    Via: The Verge 

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