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Figura Final Fantasy VII Crisis Core - Play Arts [Cloud]

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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Great Model of Cloud, should be more popular than it is... 4 de julio de 2013
Por Ed M. - Publicado en
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I wouldn't say that I'm the most dedicated or devoted Final Fantasy VII fan but I do enjoy the series and have played each entry directly tied to that prime story arc. I have some strong feelings in regards to the story but mainly the characters in particular and Cloud Strife stands as one of the prime characters I converse about the most whenever I talk about FFVII. With that in mind, this is a review of the Play Arts Final Fantasy: Crisis Core version of Cloud Strife.

Let me begin with a blurb about the importance of this model and why it should be held dear to your heart. First, this is the REAL CLOUD STRIFE as he was trained and equipped in the events leading up to his return into Midgar just before the beginning of Final Fantasy VII. His skill sets, his abilities, his limitations, his appearance, all of it; this is how he really is. This is all that Shinra Electric Power Company invested into the man with the spiky blonde hair. That version we see in the game, if you've played pretty much through to disc three, you know is just a fantasy within his own mind. That version was an amalgam of jumbled up memories consisting of several parts fact mixed with several partial facts re-written to better appease his own psyche then mashed together through a drug addled and psychologically broken mind. Thus, I feel I cannot overstate that Cloud being loved throughout time as a Shinra Soldier First Class in a hand-me-down outfit simply does not compute from a lore perspective. Who he was before the events of FFVII and who he became in the events beginning only AFTER his revelations in FFVII leading up to and through Advent Children are the real version(s) of Cloud Strife.

Anyways, enough of that; moving on to the meat of the review: This figure like almost ANYTHING that Play Arts produces is exquisite. However this model perhaps more so than others exemplifies an artistic level of reproduction that you'd normally see on a MUCH higher priced figure/statue, especially in the Final Fantasy VII line up. Starting our analysis up first is: Detail.

This high level of quality here is no stranger to the Play Arts style of providing prime quality figurine detail on generally larger than average action figures, (this particular entry is just over 8 inches) and this includes the attention to his uniform as well as the ever so precise touch up to his eyes to give it that very subtle "mako sheen" treatment that members of Soldier receive and unique circumstance individuals (like Cloud) attain.

If you've played Crisis Core, then you may remember Cloud showing up in all his new CGI rendered glory with a slightly younger face and expressions of hopefulness as well as that passive stoned look he has after he and Zack escape the depths of the Shinra Mansion in Nibelheim. This version of Cloud is sculpted to that exact image and to be clear he does in fact have a very passive for loss of a better term "doll" look to his face, which I just try to tell myself is his post mako chamber look. However, it's a shame and a missed opportunity in my mind for Play Arts to really reach for that extra depth of authenticity. Both this Cloud and Sephiroth from the Advent Children Play Arts version share this quality where they are totally devoid of any emotional expression on their faces and its a little disheartening to see since the FFVII game version of Sephiroth has a subtle expression of veiled malevolence in the set of his eyes and mouth, it's hard to see but it's there. Strictly speaking these are the only Play Arts figures I have currently in my possession so I can't really compare to other releases from their line up right now but I have a feeling it's something of a theme for most and perhaps the weakest aspect of any Play Arts figure's presentation when you have the PA "Kai" editions that exhibit a far greater range of facial expressions along with their vivid and stunning details to body sculpt and paint work. Still, as a whole he's a faithful recreation to the Cloud we see in the Crisis Core cinematics so its pretty hard to find much fault with his presentation here in the bigger picture.

In regards to accessories and equipment, since he is a Shinra assault trooper he does have his tonfa baton in a wood grain color with a handy little holster ring on his right leg and his FFVII game variant assault rifle (complete with sling!) true to style to the one used by the troops you fight in the approach on the reactor tutorial level of Final Fantasy VII. This assault rifle is NOT like the press release images of Cloud from Crisis Core where his rifle looked more like a real world CETME assault rifle. Additionally he does come with some extra hands but idk why, they are closed fists for his right and left. His default mounted hands are set up to use his weapons and it should be noted that he is distinctly right handed. His left hand isn't suitable for holding either his rifle or his riot baton, the fingers are molded in a sort of "cupping" shape that works ideally for having Cloud pose with one hand up as though he's stopping traffic or to stabilize his rifle in a two handed aim; I am sure it can be used for more but I haven't come up with anything here.

Finally, he comes with his semi-unique Shinra assault trooper helmet but it's an entirely different head piece due to his hair style. It's semi-unique because the back of it still has a hint of his blonde hair and there is no full face mask, since the mask is in fact his scarf around his neck that he wears folded down so it's kind of a give away that it's in fact Cloud. As for authenticity this is more of a nod towards the Crisis Core re-imagining or perhaps clarification of the Shinra assault trooper uniform because the FFVII versions all had helmets that covered the nape of their neck so you couldn't see hair or skin and had an integrated orange-y colored face cover which could have been a scarf but it was always rolled up over the mouth. When Cloud donned one during the events of the game to join in a parade he was literally indistinguishable at least visibly from other Shinra troops around him.

Articulation wise, its standard fare for a Play Arts Figure which is good. Lots of good pose-ability, looks to be normal ball joints in the shoulders though his uniform shoulder pads somewhat limit his range of motion and the knee pads of his legs coyly hide the joints in the knees so that the appearance is nearly seamless. This particular aspect utilizing the uniform elements to hide the joints was a particularly great idea and a good opportunity utilized well. Otherwise there's nothing too outstanding to note here though he does, seemingly like just about every other FFVII character from Play Arts I've seen, come with a display stand which I just feel should be common practice for anything this large and it is another convenience related "edge" that Play Arts has over the PA "Kai" series of figures. This is because, building proportionately means that the sculptures have a tendency to not balance property on the feet they are given. That's not a bad sculpt flaw, its mother nature's reason for evolving stabilizer muscles. Since these things are not alive and thus can't counter balance or change the shape of their load bearing limbs dynamically, sculpting proportionately means you're probably gonna need an outside source of balance support and Play Arts knows that. So again, just a really nice addition there.

In Review: As usual I rambled incoherently and excessively. I generally only write reviews for things I really like and unfortunately this is the end product EVERY TIME. I regret nothing, on the contrary I would simply close stating: THIS is one of the the BEST versions of Cloud you can buy; the other being his Advent Children appearance. The detail, the sculpt, the scale and the accessories complement the total package so well that 50-60 bucks should be a no-brainer for any FFVII fan of the character. As to my statement about the best version of Cloud, I do mean that in regards to his character when taken as a whole in his development. This version of him is an embodiment of a hopeful recruit with big dreams and an uncertain future who failed to reach his initial goals and is living life as best he could both in shame and in regret. He is not yet conflicted or living in a delusional state and he will or has (depending on how you see him) kept his promise to a fated childhood friend and slain a monster in the making all without special powers or special training but simply as the man he is and was meant to be.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas An Excellent Likeness 29 de junio de 2011
Por Banora_White - Publicado en
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So--this Crisis Core figure is probably the fourth or fifth you've seen of Cloud Strife. It's not his classic appearance, but personally I believe it's one of the best representations of his character.

This particular figure of Cloud is very well done: the paint job is clean, the articulation is well hidden, and I really like the facial expression. (Maybe it was just me, but his expression appears different when seen from various angles. In this case that is a good thing.)
Also included are a black stand, gun, tonfa, extra hands, and even an extra head wearing the helmet! This means you effectively get a Shinra MP figure as well as Cloud Strife, which is pretty cool--except I thought the helmet head had a weird face, so I haven't used it. I might add that the exposed arms seem too pale, but that doesn't bother me much.

As long as it's handled carefully, I don't see any issues with durability. Still, Play Arts figures are better for display than robust posing.

Overall, this is an attractive, high-quality piece which accurately depicts Cloud from his earlier days.

*Purchased from TLS Hobbies*
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Cloud Strife - Beautiful Replica 3 de febrero de 2011
Por Sandy H. - Publicado en
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This figure is a beautiful representation of Cloud Strife from Crisis Core. The details are painted perfectly, and they look clean and realistic. The wear on his shoulder protectors also looks real and well-painted. The joints are always stiff when these figures are first unwrapped, but after moving them gently they become extremely poseable. This Cloud also comes with a rifle, extra head (wearing the Shin-Ra infantryman's helmet), and extra hands. It is extremely high-quality for the price, and I would recommend it whole-heartedly for anyone who collects Play Arts figures or is a fan of the Final Fantasy series. However, this figure is not made to be played with or treated roughly, and the extra hands and helmet are just small enough to be swallowed by young children, so this is not recommended as a children's toy.
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Cloud is pretty big and greatly detailed!! 18 de diciembre de 2015
Por Terri A. Moon - Publicado en
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This thing is great, I got it to go with my little shelf of Super Smash Brothers charaters so to say but this thing is way bigger then the Smile figures and Megaman, still love it though the details great and I think it looks way better then the classic cloud I was going to order which everyone said was to small. Seriously this things big!
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas I absolutely LOVE it. He is bigger than I expected 3 de octubre de 2014
Por Alayna Akins - Publicado en
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I absolutely LOVE it. He is bigger than I expected, but that's what I get for not looking at the size. I squeed for joy when it came, and I am having a lot of fun posing him. He'll make a magnificent drawing reference. I do have to say that one of his knees seems to be stuck or stiff, I don't want to be rough with him, so I have not tried too hard. Other than that, I think he is AMAZING!!

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