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Figma Makes Good-Looking Twilight Princess Toys

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Normally I’d pick fancy dress-wearing Zelda fover plain old green elf any day, but the DX version of The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess’ Link, packed with everything from the Ball and Chain to the Hawkeye mask is making it hard to decide.

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Up for preorder today through October 27 at the Good Smile Shop with a release date of May 2017, the Figma Zelda and Link from Twilight Princess make for a stunning couple of new figures in the popular Japanese line. Zelda might not be as articulated as Link, what with the long dress and all . . .

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. . . but she’s more than capable of handling herself should the need arise.

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The regular Link figure is pretty basic. Green outfit, Master Sword, Hylian Shield, done.

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The sword and shield can be worn on the back, and he’s packaged with the fierce shouting face the Figma line loves to give him

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If it came down to price, Link’s $56.99 is slightly better than Zelda’s $61.99, but his dress isn’t nearly as lovely. It’s all Zelda’s game until the $65.99 deluxe Link brings out the accessories. What’s a dress when you’ve got a Clawshot?

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Or the Hero’s bow?

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Or the old Ball and Chain?

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Plain Link is fine, but when he starts accessorizing, things get crazy.

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Well, at least I’ve got a month to decide, followed by at least seven months of wondering if I chose wisely. Stupid pretty Figma figures.

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DISCUSSION

PeacefulPatriot
PeacefulPatriot

Ugh, I need to play Twilight Princess again. OoT 2.0 or not, that game (especially those character designs!!!) was phenomenal.