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Good Smile Company Announces Overwatch Pharah For Their figma Line

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Good Smile Company, Inc., announced that Pharah will be the next character from Overwatch, Blizzard Entertainment’s internationally acclaimed team shooter, to become part of Good Smile Company's figma series of collectible figurines, joining the previously announced figma Tracer, Genji, Widowmaker, Reaper, D.Va and Zenyatta.

From the globally popular multiplayer first-person shooter Overwatch comes a figma of Pharah!

・ The smooth yet posable figma joints allow you to act out a variety of different scenes.
・ A flexible plastic is used in specific areas, allowing proportions to be kept without compromising posability.
・ Optional parts include her Rocket Launcher as well as interchangeable shoulder parts to display her using her Barrage ultimate ability.
・ Two head parts are included allowing you to display her with or without her helmet.
・ Also included is an articulated figma stand to failitate various exciting poses.

You can pre-order this figure now at BigBadToyStore.com.

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One of my favorite characters and designs from the game. Thankfully it doesnt come out for like another year. Going to have to find a way to snag it by then. Like the other overwatch figmas, this looks incredible. I m really curious how the hasbro figs are going to look if they even come close to looking nearly as good for a fraction of the cost. 

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Why does this strike me as looking like Samus on steroids? Not that I’m saying it looks bad, in any way. I think it looks pretty famn cool, actually. But yea, getting somewhat heavy Samus vibes, here.

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8 hours ago, sXeblues said:

Why does this strike me as looking like Samus on steroids? Not that I’m saying it looks bad, in any way. I think it looks pretty famn cool, actually. But yea, getting somewhat heavy Samus vibes, here.

She does kind of have a samus look however she definitely doesnt play like samus. Shes a more aerial type character (hence the wings on her back) who is the Quake archetype playstyle in the game. So she shoots rockets from the air and has rocket jumps like in Quake. Playing the game youd never think of her in any way resembling Samus but I can definitely see the influence in her design. 

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10 hours ago, EvilHayato said:

She does kind of have a samus look however she definitely doesnt play like samus. Shes a more aerial type character (hence the wings on her back) who is the Quake archetype playstyle in the game. So she shoots rockets from the air and has rocket jumps like in Quake. Playing the game youd never think of her in any way resembling Samus but I can definitely see the influence in her design. 

Thanks for the heads up on that... It’s good to know. 🙂

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On 12/14/2018 at 8:20 AM, sXeblues said:

Thanks for the heads up on that... It’s good to know. 🙂

The look is probably because its a female in an oversized upper body armor and thin lower torso. 

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I dont really collect Overwatch (havent really played the game either), but of all the figures Figma has made this one is the least atractive to me (dont get me wrong its a nice looking figure but not a big fan of the design).

Looks like Figma is trying to get as many figures out as possible before Hasbro starts selling their 6in line. I wonder if Hasbro will go the Black Series route (small waves, singular figures with many accessories) or the Marvel Legends route (more figures per wave, only one or two accesories and a BAF piece to build one of the bigger characters from the game) 

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