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Final Fantasy VII Video Game Action Figure Cloud on Hardy Daytona


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  • Produced by the Shinra Motor Company for use by the Soldier division, the Hardy Daytona is the ultim
  • This deluxe boxed set includes the Cloud Strife Play Arts action figure in addition to the motorcycl
  • Developed with the full cooperation of original character designer Tetsuya Nomura, the Daytona is an
  • The cycle measures approximately 12-inches long, and is perfectly in scale with the 8-inch tall Clou
  • This set features movable steering and forks, real rubber tires, center mounted locking kickstand, w
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A Square-Enix Japanese import! Produced by the SHINRA Motor Company for use by the SOLDIER division, the HARDY DAYTONA is the ultimate vehicle from the Final Fantasy universe! This deluxe box set includes the CLOUD STRIFE PLAY ARTS Action Figure in addition to the motorcycle itself. Developed with the full cooperation of original character designer Tetsuya Nomura, the Daytona is an incredible work of engineering, as no detail is missing from the bike - rotating tires, movable steering and forks, and even working shocks! The cycle measures approximately a foot long, and is perfectly in scale with the Cloud action figure (8" tall). You've waited for this set for ten years, and now it is finally a reality!

- Movable steering and forks!
- Real rubber, rotating tires!
- Center mounted, locking kickstand!
- Detailed, working shocks!
- Incredibly poseable action figure!

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 18.5 x 5.2 x 10.3 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 3 pounds
  • ASIN: B000W7ESFO
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 3 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #335,120 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By James Hall on February 15, 2009
Keep in mind that I bought this figure set for display purposes and do not intend to play with it as a child would. This review is more from a collector's perspective with note given to the big-spender parents and grand parents at the end. With that in mind, I hope this review can answer some questions you may have about the product that the product description might not be able to answer. I'll break it up into two parts, the figure and then the bike and then wrap it all up at then end with an overview.

The Cloud Figure
The figure itself is of great quality plastic and a near perfect "real-life" representation of the old Tetsuya Nomura artwork that he did for Cloud (you can even pose him to the likeness of that picture!). The figure is also very poseable with points of articulation at his wrists, elbows, shoulders, head, hips, knees and even the bottoms of his boots to allow for that extra poseablity! His sword is just as it looks in the Nomura-san artwork with weathering and cracks throughout - a great highlight of the figure for myself. Cloud also comes with a couple sets of hands as well (clenched fists and open hands for both arms). The paint job on this figure is fantastic as well just like the other figures in the Play Arts collections. The figure also comes with a waist-holder body prop-up just like you'd find in the other Play Arts figures. It stays hidden pretty well for it's size, though I would have liked a different color for the waist clench than the bright silver exposed metal. From what I can tell, this figure is exactly like the no.001 Cloud figure that you can purchase separately.

Now, to the real reason collectors will be buying this figure set:

The Hardy-Daytona Bike

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By D. Correia on October 26, 2010
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FINALLY, the Final Fantasy gods have smiled upon us and the Cloud Strife + Daytona Bike combe has dropped in price. This is a product that has been on the market for many years; I should know, I've been eying this thing since my freshman year on college (2001). Upon original release, the price of this produce was somewhere in the range of $100-$150. While it's hard to justify spending so much cash on a figurine, getting this product for a mere $50 feels like a total steal.

If you have any experience with Square-Enix's Play Arts franchise, then you know what to expect. Cloud is designed with many movable and, more importantly, poseable joints. The Cloud included in this package is identical to the stand-alone product (yes, his Buster sword and alternate hand sets are included). Note: Don't be surprised by the sword; it is very thin (seemingly some sort of paper or cardboard composite?). The reason for this is simple, giving Cloud's sword any amount of heft would make it useless and unholdable. Don't worry though, while it may be thin, it looks like the real thing, complete with cracks and fading.

The bike, obviously, is the real highlight here. The level of detail on this bike is exceptional. Given that the game is 14 years old, not even the FMV scene's involving this bike were very detailed on the PS1. The designers really did a great job filling in the gaps and making this look like a real, functional bike while still retaining the style of FF7. The bike has good weight, is appropriately proportional to Cloud, and has rubber tires that spin rather smoothly. The bike can also be "steered" but the range of motion is very, very small (I estimate about 15 degrees).
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By D. Jordan on June 14, 2010
This is a deluxe set (#000) that includes Cloud Strife, in figure form, and his motorcycle, called the Hardy Daytona. When I saw this set it reminded me of playing FF7 when I was 7, and watching the cutscene where Cloud steals the bike to make his escape from the Shinra building.
Anyway, after you get past the price, the set is great. I can tell it's made for collectors with the box style, but also is of course an "action figure", and can pull off some nice action. So for me, it'll be out of the box. Now to separate the review:
Hardy Daytona:This is a large, 13 inch long, heavy motorbike replica. All the detail is there, from the wheel to the engine itself. it is PRETTY huge, so I'm keeping it in the box. However, the fork does steer somewhat, and combined with Cloud makes for a nice single or group display wherever you like. Just kinda cumbersome to have out of the box. But this definitely makes the difference between just having the Cloud figure.

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Cloud figure:
8 inches tall and looks just like Cloud from some of the cut scenes from the actual game, with some detail added where it's due. It has over 22 points, as indicated on the box, but kinda falters in terms of the hip joint. it goes forth and back, but not really out to the side. The joints on mine came stiff, but loosened a bit as I tested each joint. These joints seems like the kind that hold up over use, but forceful movement could really loosen the joints, like that of the shoulder. Knee articulation is hidden really well, and the way his boots are engineered is like the icing. They are made for the extra support, and the dynamic posing. Also has hidden waist articulation, small ab crunch, ball joint head and ball joint neck, and some others.
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