TGS 09: Now you can smell like Cloud with FFVII cologne - destructoid

TGS 09: Now you can smell like Cloud with FFVII cologne

11:00 PM on 09.24.2009


I couldn't make this sh*t up if I tried. Really. Browsing through the Square Enix merchandise booth, I discovered this in a lone case: Cloud Strife Eau de Toilette. Yes, now you can not only emulate Cloud, cosplay him poorly and continue to obsess over Final Fantasy VII, but you can also SMELL like him. Best idea ever, right?

If you look at the pics in the gallery, you'll notice I took a close up shot of the little card next to the cologne. That's because I wanted you to clearly read the price, which is 6,800 yen, or about seventy dollars in US funds. SEVENTY DOLLARS TO SMELL LIKE CLOUD. The mind reels. Now go to the comments and tell me what you think about this. If you think it's a great idea, you better be able to tell me why.

 


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