Note that only the exclusive version of this figure has the heavenly lights. For the normal version you’ll need a desk lamp or something. But hey, Ammy!
Announced just in time to capitalize on the upcoming Wii U port of Twilight Princess, First 4 Figures presents a 15 inch tall statue of Puppet Zelda. She’s the worst. Also the best.
Wouldn’t want to be on the other end of that Vampire Killer. Even if it’s solid stone and doesn’t move.
The next statue in First 4 Figures' Sega All-Stars line is a character from a game too good for a proper sequel. NiGHTS Into Dreams was perfect, and the statue follows suit.
First 4 Figures is creating a sister series to its Mega Man statue line called Capcom All-Stars, giving the game company a chance to highlight even more characters it's not doing enough with. First up: Viewtiful Joe.
As teased over the weekend, First 4 Figures is now accepting previews for the first in its The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker statue line, and what better way to start a new line than with the final boss?
First 4 Figures is launching a The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker statue line this year, and they're starting big. Here's a teaser for the first piece in the series. Look for more pics of Toon Ganondorf when he goes up for preorder later this week.
Back is September, First 4 Figures revealed the first in their new line of Mega Man statues. It was nice, if a bit too Astro Boy for my tastes. Now the company unveils its first Mega Man X statue. That's more like it.
Straight off the streets of Tokyo-to, the latest statue in First 4 Figures' Sega All-Stars line cannot be Beat, and yet it is.
First 4 Figures' newly-announced Link on the Crimson Loftwing statue is a two-foot-tall tribute to the joy of taking to the skies in The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword. Just try not to make eye contact.
After several years of pumping out statues based on classic Sonic the Hedgehog heroes and maybe one metallic henchman, First 4 Figures finally gives them a big baddie to stand up to. Towering over those fine furry friends, Dr. Ivo "Eggman" Robonik is here.
During E3 2014, video game collectible makers First 4 Figures announced they'd be making a line of statues featuring everyone's favorite killer robot boy. Now the first Megaman statue has been revealed, and it sure is shiny.
They've done Zelda, they've done Metroid and they've done Mario — what Nintendo properties are left for collectible maker First 4 Figures? How about a line of statues based on the many forms of the magnificent Kirby? This is going to get expensive.
One of the best reasons to own a Sega Dreamcast, the excellent role-playing game Skies of Arcadia hasn't gotten nearly enough love. This 17-inch tall stature of main character Vyse from First 4 Figures is a step in the right direction.
First 4 Figures and Nintendo are launching a new series of Mario statues, and what better version of of the iconic Italian than the one that's already halfway there? Gotta love the old Tanooki suit.
Has First4Figures really explored both the modern and classic eras of the Sonic the Hedgehog franchise so fully that all they're left with is Shadow the gun-toting misstep? Where is Amy Rose? Where is Cream the Rabbit? Heck, I'd even take Silver.
Announced a while back, First4Figures’ excellent statue of Shenmue’s main character looks like it jumped straight out of your old TV and into the real world.
Next year, collectible company First4Figures—who basically do nothing else but specialise in video game statues—will be paying tribute to a Dreamcast icon, Shenmue's Ryo Hazuki.
Okay, technically this is $475 worth of evil, as this is the exclusive version of First 4 Figures' 1/4 Scale "Master Arts" Ganondorf Center Piece, which comes with an additional laughing head, but you get the point.