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Final Fantasy VII Buster Sword Clock Plays One-Winged Angel as Alarm

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Square Enix released more information about the Final Fantasy VII Remake Buster Sword clock. This includes the cost and release date, along with finer details about the product. The Final Fantasy VII Remake Buster Sword clock will cost 21,780 yen ($188) and release on September 17, 2022. Consumers can pre-order the item through the Square Enix e-Store.

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The Buster Sword clock will feature an LED display that will change depending on what song is playing. For example, the Materia in the sword will glow blue when playing “Main Theme of Final Fantasy VII.” A total of five songs are available to select as an alarm for the clock. These include the following:

  • “Main Theme of Final Fantasy VII
  • “Fight On!”
  • “The Airbuster”
  • Final Fantasy VII Remake: Aerith’s Theme – Home Again -“
  • “One-Winged Angel”

You can watch a video of the Buster Sword clock in action below.

When the clock is on standby, the colors of LED will fluctuate at random. Additionally, the volume and brightness of the clock can be adjusted. This clock was originally revealed in January 2022 with a promotional image. This included a look at the display, which features a Final Fantasy VII Remake placard.

Final Fantasy VII Remake is available for the PlayStation 4. Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade is available for the PlayStation 5 and PC.

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