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Submitted by mathsman 454d ago | news

New Final Fantasy VII Play Arts Kai Vincent Valentine Now Available

Following the launch of two new figures in the Final Fantasy VII Play Arts Kai range, a new arrival sees one of the most long awaited characters: Vincent Valentine from the Final Fantasy VII series finally make it to the Play Arts Kai range. An ace gunman who was a former member of the Turks, as a result of the hideous experiments he was subjected to by the Shinra Company, Vincent has the ability to transform into ageless and indestructible monsters. (Android, Before Crisis: Final Fantasy VII, Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII, Culture, Dirge of Cerberus: Final Fantasy VII, Final Fantasy VII, Final Fantasy VII: Endless Crisis, iPad, iPhone, Mobile, PC, PS Vita, PS3, PSP, Retro)

Nate-Dog  +   454d ago
I ordered this from Japan where it was supposed to release in November but it still hasn't even shipped. Went into Forbidden Planet last week and they had this, Yuffie and Rufus all together ready to buy. :-(

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