Final Fantasy VII Remake Tifa Lockhart statue comes sporting a form-fitting dress

Tifa Lockhart statue

Square Enix has revealed a new Final Fantasy VII Remake Tifa Lockhart statue that comes sporting her alluring dress from the iconic remake.

The new Tifa Lockhart statue is up for pre-order on various retailers like our friends at Play-asia and others for $127-137, and it comes in two variants: a standing, fully posable Play Arts Tifa Lockhart statue (store page) and a non-posable, sitting variant Static Arts statue (store page).

While the Play Arts figure can be posed in a variety of ways to make Tifa fully dominate you, even with different facial expressions, the Static Arts statue is as mentioned – totally non-posable and non-customizable. However, it’s worth noting the Static Arts statue has seemingly slightly better painting and detaling.

The former Tifa statue stands at ten inches, while the latter Tifa sits at 6.4 inches. Both come pre-painted and ready to style in your home, whether solo or alongside your growing collection to continue worshipping the Nibelheim heart throb.

Here’s a product blurb for each Tifa Lockhart statue:

Final Fantasy VII Remake Play Arts Kai: Tifa Lockhart Fighter Dress Ver.

Her hair is tied up in a bun, and she is wearing a long dress with a slit. From the waist down, the front and back parts of the dress are separate parts to ensure the range of motion of the legs. Comes with interchangeable faces with different expressions and various facial expressions, allowing you to reproduce a wide range of scenes in the play.

Final Fantasy VII Remake Static Arts: Tifa Lockhart Fighter Dress Ver.

Her hair is tied up in a bun, and she is wearing a long dress with a slit. Sit on a chair and pose as if you are looking down from below. The high-quality texture of the dress and the well-proportioned body line, etc., are also highlights of the attention to detail unique to Static Arts.

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