Final Fantasy VII Remake Fan Creates Impressive PS1 Game Case Using New Art
With the Final Fantasy VII Remake having been out for a little over five weeks now, fan-made content creations are continuing to spill out onto the internet in celebration of the remake of what is oftentimes considered to be Square Enix’s best Final Fantasy game. One such creation aims to take a more nostalgic approach, infusing an old PlayStation 1 game case with official artwork from the remake to create something spectacular.
As reported by Comicbook, Redditor bylogan recently posted their creation showing off the front, back, and inside views of their custom PS1 game case for the Final Fantasy VII Remake. Naturally, the front of the case utilizes the re-imagined box artwork for the remake, while the inside pieces feature artwork of Cloud and Aerith. Check it out below (if the images don’t load, just click the link):
While this could’ve very well been a one-off given what the Final Fantasy VII Remake represents as a product, there appears to be a bit of a market for this sort of thing, as the redditor also revealed that they have their own Etsy shop dedicated to custom PS1 game cases. Said cases include MediEvil, the Spyro: Reignited Trilogy, Shadow Of The Colossus, and other titles, all for about $20 per case. Those looking to check it out for themselves can do so right here.
The Final Fantasy VII Remake is now available exclusively for the PlayStation 4.
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