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FF7 Remake Jigsaw Puzzles Can Occupy Quite A Bit Of Your Time

Two new Final Fantasy 7 Remake jigsaw puzzles are up for pre-order at Amazon.

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Puzzles have become a popular hobby this year as people look for things to do during the pandemic lockdown. They were even hard to find at one point due to how many people were buying them, so it's a great time for Square Enix to be releasing new official jigsaw puzzles for Final Fantasy VII Remake. Announced earlier this year alongside other FFVII merch, the two FFVII Remake jigsaw puzzles are finally up for pre-order at Amazon.

Two different puzzles are up for grabs, including a 1000-piece option for $25 and a 500-piece option for $20. The puzzles release October 28, according to Amazon. They also come with Amazon's pre-order price guarantee, so if the price drops between when you order and when the item ships, you'll get the lowest price that's been available on Amazon.

The jigsaw puzzles are the latest in the line of FFVII Remake merch coming out this year. On Amazon, you can also pre-order the FFVII Remake poster collection, which features 22 premium-quality removable posters with iconic art from the game, for $25. You can also snag the art book Final Fantasy VII Remake: World Preview for $22.49 and a cool-looking Buster Sword keychain for $17.

The game itself earned a rare 10/10 in GameSpot's Final Fantasy VII Remake review for its exhilarating combat; charming, fleshed-out characters; compelling story; and more. "Regardless of your history with the original game, Final Fantasy VII Remake is an astounding achievement," wrote managing editor Tamoor Hussain. "The wait for its release was a long one, but in gameplay, story, characters, and music, it delivers--the wait was worth it."

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