You asked (right?) and First 4 Figures has happily obliged with not just one, but three 15 inch tall replicas from Shovel Knight. I’m not sure why you’d be in the market for one of these but if you are you could probably do much worse.
Good statues don’t come cheap and Mega Man X is no exception. But for the price of six months’ car insurance or a round-trip flight to the North American coast of your choice, it could be yours.
Collectible statue makers First 4 Figures are branching off into the gaming replica business, starting with a stunning 25-inch replica of The Legend of Zelda’s Majora’s Mask, complete with conveniently removable horns.
As a big fan of Street Fighter’s South Korean monster, I was initially quite pleased with the latest statue from Pop Culture Shock Collectibles. Then I took a moment to really look at the straps on the side of her battle bib. Ouchie.
Here’s a pretty creative way to light up a room with Dragon Ball characters and their energy attacks.
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.
Gaming Heads is the one responsible for this Mordin statue, which is good, ‘cause someone else might have gotten it wrong. Sorry. In any case, the statue stands 20.5 inches tall, will be out next year, and comes in two flavors: exclusive (with console) and regular (without console). Check below for a couple more pics.
The hauntingly emotional Journey transitions from PlayStation 3 to PlayStation 4 today. It’s a cross buy title so if you own it on PS3 you own the higher resolution PS4 version as well. Perhaps you can put the money saved towards the $150 PlayStation Gear Journey statue.
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.
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.
Deathwing the Worldbreaker. Formerly Neltharion, Earth-Warder of Azeroth. The reason behind the entire World of Warcraft Cataclysm expansion. What a dick. Makes a lovely statue though.
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.
I can understand a Skyrim statue, and those Doom plushies were about the cutest thing ever, but the latest fruit of Bethesda's partnership with collectible maker Gaming Heads is a $300 statue of a man with a barbwire-wrapped safe spouting tentacles for a head. That's not okay.
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.
Everybody loves 2K Games' upcoming competitive monster shooter Evolve, but do they love it enough to start paying off a two and a half foot tall, 35 pound polystone statue of the game's Goliath?
He may not be the most popular video game mascot, but his fans love Sly Cooper with the force of a thousand lesser fans, more than enough to warrant a $210 12-inch statue with a gleaming bronze finish.