For such a gorgeous game, it’s weird that there hasn’t been more Destiny stuff available. 3A is making it worth the wait, though, as their upcoming Titan figure looks shit hot.
threeA is one of the best toy companies on the planet. threeA has the license to make big, expensive Titanfall figures. This will only end well.
We know, threeA make good Halo figures, but damn, these two new ones are just pushing the envelope. The envelope marked "Exquisite Giant Halo Figures".
Lost Planet 2 is one of those games time simply stomped all over then punched out of your memory, but with a sequel on the way, the franchise has one more (last?) shot at relevancy. Which is as good a reason as any I can think of for this amazing Lost Planet 2 figure to only be turning up now.
Hong Kong based collectible maker ThreeA previously released a jumbo-sized Metal Gear REX figure. And now? Now, it looks like they're working on a jumbo-sized RAY mecha.
It's large, detailed and expensive as only a threeA figure could be, but then, Halo is a series that's long deserved this kind of top-shelf action figure.
Oh, Atom. Poor Atom. Here I hold in my hands - just barely, given the size - another masterpiece from the toysmiths at threeA.
Toy Company threeA held a show in Taipei over the weekend, and making their debut were the finished models (we've seen earlier iterations before) of Portal 2's co-op robots Atlas and P-Body.
If it feels like we've been writing about ThreeA's Metal Gear Rex figure for years, that's because we have been.
They're from ThreeA, so your loved ones will need the time to save up, but look at them. They'll be worth it.
But that's OK, because these are the samurai of tomorrow, not yesterday. They're by the toy masters at ThreeA, and while there's no price yet, that's irrelevant, because I want one.
These enormous, insanely-detailed Halo figures (which we caught a glimpse of a few months ago) from ThreeA don't have an asking price. They're like a luxury car, or a designer watch. If you need to ask how much, you probably can't afford it.
The San Diego Comic-Con is fast approaching, and among the many collectibles that'll be available there as "exclusives" will be this fancy threeA x Valve piece, based on Portal.
Though it was unveiled last month at an event in Hong Kong, it was tough to get an idea of the scale of threeA's Metal Gear Ray figure until now.
Despite the fact it featured fighting robots, Real Steel was a massive disappointment because it had too much human drama, not enough fighting robots.
Toy company threeA recently launched an online catalogue. Not the commercial kind, just a literal catalogue of all the amazing figures they've come up with over the years.