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The Legend of Zelda: Nendoroid Waker ⊟

In case you forgot, Good Smile is making some super cute nendoroid figures for Wind Waker Link! The little guy comes with a sword, shield, heart container, several facial expressions, and more. Amazon is taking preorders for the $50 toy, and will begin shipping them out next month.

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  • Source mamitan.goodsmile.info

Amiibos! Come get’em

Wow, these look a lot more detailed than I expected! Nintendo’s first line of interactive figures will feature 12 characters, each selling for $12.99 this holiday season. Wii U games like Smash Bros., Mario Kart 8, Captain Toad, Mario Party 10, and Yoshi’s Wooly World will support the figures, as will other upcoming titles — the 3DS will eventually connect with them too using an NFC accessory or the new 3DS’s built-in support.

You can preorder all of the figures right now on Amazon. We’ve also got more photos after the break. I like how the colored lines in the Amiibo logo are the same as the ones on the *new* 3DS logo.

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Angry Kirby gets a figure ⊟

After years of making super expensive Metroid and Zelda pieces, First 4 Figures is now turning its attention to Kirby — the company plans to release a whole line of super expensive figures based on the pink guy.

The first one is a 16-inch “Sword Kirby”, which will feature a limited edition (850 made) version with a light-up power effect for $240. The standard edition (2,000 made) is a bit less fancy without the LED on the sword’s power effect, but that one will only set you back $220. Both are available to preorder now and will release in the first quarter of 2015.

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Pre-order that amazing Solid Snake Nendoroid ⊟

"He is the first ever Nendoroid designed to be posed in a prone position, allowing you to display him sneaking around just like in the game!" Come on. You have to give props to Good Smile Company for that. Also suggested: giving them some money (MSRP ¥4500/$45) so you can have one of these.

GSC is accepting pre-orders on its own, but you can also get it from Amiami, J-List, and wherever else you like to buy Japanese toys. It ships in November.

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Etrian Odyssey IV Imperial figure ⊟

By Kotobukiya, shipping in November for 5184 yen ($50ish). This is really nice and detailed, and makes me realize that the chibi-esque character art in the games has a lot more going on than I notice… Via Siliconera.

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  • Source siliconera.com

Nendoroid Pokemon Trainer Red available for pre-order ⊟

J-List just posted pre-orders for the ostensibly Pokemon Center-exclusive Pokemon Trainer Nendoroid! I did a quick look around at other shops and didn’t see it yet.

So… you can get one, even though I thought nobody outside of Japan would be able to. That’s cool. There is a small issue, however, and that is the issue of a hundred fifteen dollars. I mean, the figure does come with little starter Pokemon and some cool accessories… but that’s a bit of a premium over the Japanese price. I’m assuming the stock is somewhat hard to come by.

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  • Source affiliates.jlist.com

Gravity Rush Kat figurine ⊟

This amazing item (via Siliconera) will be released in September in Japan, for 9500 yen ($93). It’ll come in both a regular, game-accurate version and a winking “White Kat” version. She has ice cream in that configuration. Why not, I guess.

Hey, here’s my periodic reminder that if you have a Vita and you haven’t played Gravity Rush yet, that would be a good thing to do when you find the time. It’s in the PS Plus Instant Game Collection and everything.

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  • Source blog.hokanko-alt.com

Nintendo making Skylanders-style figure series for Wii U and 3DS ⊟

Called “NFP” (NFC Featured Platform/Nintendo Figure Platform) the characters will allow users to carry save data between games, building a customized character on the figure. They’ll work with the Wii U GamePad’s NFC, and Nintendo will also sell a thingy for 3DS.

Nintendo will show more software and details of this program at E3. Other news out of the latest investor presentation: a Mario Kart 8 “TV” smartphone app, allowing sharing of in-game videos and ranking data. Oh, and a Wii U update that speeds up startup by 20 seconds, coming in June. Okay, there’s some news, good night!

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  • Source nintendo.co.jp

Yo-kai Watch Jibanyan and Robonyan figures ⊟

Man, I hope I get to play this game. These two characters, depicted here in models by Bandai, are pretty appealing! Well, except for the magazine Jibanyan’s reading…

Anyway, these two retail for just 864 yen each! 

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  • Source game.watch.impress.co.jp
Here’s where you can preorder Nendoroid Link ⊟
I felt like looking at that picture of Good Smile’s Nendoroid Link – uh, I mean, performing a service for our readers – so I decided to round up some preorder Link links, for the wonderful Wind Waker figure due to ship this August.
Note! None of the quoted prices include shipping, as… I don’t know where y’all live.
NCSX: $43.90
AmiAmi: 3250 yen ($31.74)
HLJ: 3519 yen ($34.39)
Good Smile Online: 4000 yen ($39.06)
J-List: $48.50
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Here’s where you can preorder Nendoroid Link ⊟

I felt like looking at that picture of Good Smile’s Nendoroid Link – uh, I mean, performing a service for our readers – so I decided to round up some preorder Link links, for the wonderful Wind Waker figure due to ship this August.

Note! None of the quoted prices include shipping, as… I don’t know where y’all live.

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Theatrhythm is $17.99 at Amazon ⊟

I mentioned this deal on Twitter earlier in the week (you’re following us there, right?) when it was still on back-order, but Amazon has Theatrhythm Final Fantasy back in its warehouses for you to buy. It’s worth picking up as something to play during the upcoming holiday breaks — even if there’s a sequel (not announced for the West yet) coming up.

Oh, and these figures are presumably something coming out one day? The photos are from Square Enix’s Hidemi Matsuzuka.

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  • Source facebook.com
Max Factory’s “Marth” figma figure
Dannnnggggg. That’s a lot classier than the Tharja figure, for sure.
BUY Fire Emblem: Awakening, upcoming games

Max Factory’s “Marth” figma figure

Dannnnggggg. That’s a lot classier than the Tharja figure, for sure.

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