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So after reviewing my two most recent fan-related acquisitions to which I lost my wallet to, I found myself a bit nostalgic for my gaming past. Since my last two reviews involved the Final Fantasy franchise (FFVII to be exact), I figured it would suit to reminisce a bit on another Final Fantasy-themed item I lost my wallet to several several years ago… Continue reading
I actually ended up taking a lot more product pictures of the Sephiroth and Cloud Strife Eau de Toilette sets and since I’m feeling indulgent tonight, I thought that I might share the rest of the pictures. Without further ado… … Continue reading
In a previous post, I mentioned that I lost my wallet to a collector’s item called Sephiroth Eau de Toilette – an Eau de Toilette perfume scent themed after Sephiroth from Final Fantasy VII.
Well, after considering how much I enjoyed the product (you can catch the full review HERE), I ended up losing my wallet to the complementary Cloud Strife version appropriately labeled as Cloud Strife Eau de Toilette.
Given the history between Sephiroth and Cloud, it didn’t seem quite right to have Sephiroth’s version of the scent and not Cloud’s. Furthermore, given how pleased I was with the Sephiroth-themed scent, I didn’t suppose that the Cloud Strife-themed scent would disappoint… and lucky me, it didn’t!
However, my final vote for product preference is still cast for the Sephiroth-themed scent and here’s the review that tells why… Continue reading
I’m not much of a collector, but after owning one of the 10,000 Perfect Grade Necklace boxed sets (featuring a replica of Squall Leonhart’s Griever necklace) that were released way back when to commemorate Final Fantasy VIII, I had high hopes for this product and it did not disappoint. Continue reading
Yes, you heard me right.
Sephiroth-themed Eau de Toilette.
In other words, a bottle of perfume of the Eau de Toilette variety (1/6th of the concentration of perfume – thank god!) themed after Sephiroth from the Final Fantasy VII Compilation fame (or infamy as it were). Continue reading