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  1. Square Enix has released official images for four more Kingdom Hearts III Bring Arts figures. Shown below are images for the new Sora Version 2, Riku Version 2, Aqua and Terra figures. Sora will stand around 6" tall and include a stand, multiple hands, Nanogear Keyblade and Starlight Keyblade. Riku will stand around 6.5" tall and include multiple hands, face pieces, stand, Brave Heart Keyblade, Way to the Dawn Keyblade and a broken Way to the Dawn Keyblade. Aqua will stand around 6" tall and include multiple hands, stand, 3 face pieces and Master Keeper Keyblade. Terra will stand around 7" tall and include figure stand, multiple hands, 2 portraits, Earth Shaker Keyblade and Master Zea Note Keyblade. Look for these to be released in May 2021.
  2. Three more Final Fantasy VII Remake figures join the Play-Arts Kai line from Square Enix. Final Fantasy VII Remake Play Arts Kai Rude Rude, a member of the Shinra Company's elite squad, the Turks, joins the Play Arts Kai series based on his appearance in Final Fantasy VII Remake. Standing about 11 inches tall, Rude has been faithfully reproduced in every detail and includes a pair of sunglasses with clear lenses. - 5 Regular hands - Hand holding sunglasses - Hand taking off sunglasses - Set of hands pulling glove on - 2 Heads - Stand Final Fantasy VII Remake Play Arts Kai Sephiroth Sephiroth, one of the most iconic video game characters of all time, joins the Play Arts Kai based on his appearance in Final Fantasy VII Remake. Standing over 11 inches tall, Sephiroth has been faithfully reproduced in every detail right down to his trademark long silver hair. - 8 Hands - 2 Heads - Sword - Stand Final Fantasy VII Remake Play Arts Kai Reno Reno, a member of the Shinra Company's elite squad, the Turks, joins the Play Arts Kai series based on his appearance in Final Fantasy VII Remake. Standing about 11 inches tall, Reno has been faithfully reproduced right down to his eye-catching red hair. - 6 Hands - 3 Heads - Rod weapon - Stand Check out images for all three figures below in our GALLERY.
  3. "I said I'd live out both our lives... Easy to make that promise..." Welp, here's how I'm celebrating the release and my completion of the FFVII Remake. On my Facebook page, I put this set up on an old gimmick named Frank's Wishlist, but deemed it too expensive to pick up. Since then - after its release, every time I went back to the Philippines for family functions, I'd go to the Data Blitz in Alabang Town Center to see if the set had gotten picked up yet. Then one day, in the middle of June 2019 and I'm back in Vancouver, I get a call from my mother asking what I wanted for my upcoming birthday. I ended up asking her if we can somehow get this at a good price - and if not, they didn't have to get me anything. To my surprise, she went to the store and because the people there have known my family since I was in the first grade, she was able to get it for a REALLY good price, which has not been disclosed to me. BASICALLY, I'm really lucky to have parents that support me in this hobby. I owe pretty much my entire collection to them, and one day I hope to pay them back somehow. I guess, in a way, this review is for them. Miss you guys, you're always welcome to visit! Anyway, point of that intro is "I'm a bit late to this party, and I've been waiting to get my hands on this set since its release in October of 2018". And boy howdy was the wait worth it. As it happens, I also have the original Play Arts Cloud and Fenrir set back home in Thailand - however I broke Cloud's leg trying too hard to get him low on the bike, and the entirety of the front axle came off the chassis. That set on it's own wasn't bad at all! However, this set strove to improve what they had on that original "Non-Kai" 2005 release. By God, did this set deliver. I'm going to start with the appetizer that is the newly updated Cloud figure before getting into the meat of this review. The sculpt is the exact same as the original Play Arts Kai Cloud release. The updates however lie in the accessories included and the paint job. The paint job features newer, more dramatic shading than the original release, with darker shade tones in the vest and the hair. He also comes with two newly-sculpted hands for holding the handle bars of the bike, as well as a hand that holds a removable cell-phone. A new sword that Cloud comes with is the inactive version of the First Sword of the Omniblade. It features an all-new sculpt that does not show the inner workings, as well as a more folded-up hilt. It is also shorter than the "active" version. Additionally, Cloud comes with an all-new headsculpt that sports his riding goggles. and alternatively, also comes with goggles that you can wrap around his neck with the headsculpt sans goggles. Other than that, he comes with the same swords that came with the original release, but also with very slight changes to the paint jobs, with more shading added for wear-and-tear. My only problem with the figure is that some paint from the vest rubbed off onto Cloud's right arm, so now he's got weird indigo spots. Another problem I have is the inactive First Sword doesn't fit into the holsters in Cloud's back, which is inaccurate, as in one scene in Healin Lodge, Cloud actually has it stowed there. There is a possibility that it's a problem with my figure alone, but honestly, that's highly unlikely due to how meticulous the sculpt of such a figure is. Now, let's get into the nitty-gritty. The brass tacks. The belle of this ball: The Fenrir Motorcycle, Cloud's steel steed throughout his misadventures in Advent Children. Considering this is a Play Arts Kai set, they had to size up the bike by almost twice the size of the original release. To top it off is some crazy-ass attention to detail. The chassis features all these pipes and the exposed inner workings of (what I think to be) the engine has all these rivets and exposed gear. Looking at that area alone is enough to start a bit of an information overload due to all that sculpted detail. Unlike the original release, however, there are no diecast metal parts, BUT this bike is one freakin heavy chunk of perfectly sculpted plastic. My guess is, they took the 3D model of the movie, scaled it down to PAK size, and then printed it in the needed materials. The wheels have really cool and slick treads, and seem to be made of a really solid and hefty rubber. It could possibly also be made of hard plastic with lots of traction, like the FiguArts Batpod. The only metal part I can think of is the articulated kickstand. As I touched up on earlier, the bike sports a few points of articulation. The first of which, is the aforementioned kickstand, which can be flipped up or down depending on how the consumer would like to display it. The front axle can also rotate laterally, but only -- I wanna say forty degrees. Enough to make it look like the figure is steering via the rear wheel. Just as well, the handle bars are on ball pegs. This adds a bit of realism to the poseability of the bike, and also makes it easier for the Cloud figure to hold them. This bike sports a predominantly glossy black paint job. The seat is more matte, and all the accent parts (which, honestly, are just all the exposed parts of the bike) have a nice brass colour, featuring some nice airbrush shading, conveying the wear and tear of Cloud's usage of the bike. There are a few silver accents on the bike though, like the gas cap and the exposed upper part of the chassis that houses the headlight. Since I just mentioned it, the bike also features a light-up system! It requires three LR44 batteries (the small button ones - not included, sadly), which would be housed in the little air-intake on the bottom of the bike. The lights themselves are decently bright, as evidenced by being nicely picked up in such low exposure shots. Finally, the black parts of the front axle can both be removed, in order to peg in the racks that "house" six of Cloud's swords. It's a really cool display option that gives this set more versatility in posing. Honestly, Square Enix could have just released just the bike for the original Play Arts Kai Cloud release (Ala Bandai-Tamashii with the FiguArts Batpod for their Dark Knight figure), and includes all the new accessories Cloud would have. That would've cost both consumers and manufacturers less money in buying/making this set. However, I'm still glad I get a new Cloud figure that I can display on the bike, whilst I have the other Cloud figure doing dynamics on the top of my "Japanese Imports" shelf. Lastly, I'd like to add that I still hate the stands that Play Arts Kai figures come with. Square really gotta come up with better designs than that. It does the job, but goddamn is it ugly. Hell, the stand that came with this figure has loose holes in the "stem", which can be annoying when one is trying to display Cloud off the bike in a dynamic pose that NEEDS a stand. All in all, I'm really glad I finally have this set. Its versatility in posing is almost on par with the FiguArts Batpod. It definitely improves on the original Play Arts release from 2005, and even adds more. However, for it's price point, I can only recommend this to people who REALLY enjoyed Advent Children. If you're a Final Fantasy VII super-fan (and ONLY super-fans), but don't like Advent Children or Cloud's design in the movie, I'd suggest waiting for the Ultra-Special Edition of the FFVII Remake that includes a Play Arts Kai set featuring Cloud and the Hardy Daytona, which is about the same price as this - BUT includes the game. Honestly, in my opinion, that's a steal as you're paying the price of the figure, and pretty much $10 for the game. Point is, only get this if you can afford it, and if you REALLY liked Advent Children and it's designs. Either way, Square Enix put a lot of love into this figure set, and it shows. Special thanks again to Kiko and Celine Rosario for picking this up for me! I can't be any luckier. + Amazingly meticulous sculpt on the bike + Newly updated Cloud figure with new accessories + Highly realistic paint job with no bleed at all + Bike is versatile as hell and adds so much posing options for both itself and the Cloud figure - Paint rub off on the right arm from the vest - Batteries not included - First Sword don't fit in holster - I hate the stand If you're in the Philippines and want games or collectibles, look no further than Data Blitz! They have everything for your gaming needs, like games, PC accessories, consoles, and gaming collectibles! Their collectibles include a lot of Japanese import figures, so if you're into that, definitely go to Data Blitz! Additionally, here's a link to my Facebook page for more reviews and photos!: https://www.facebook.com/FranksFigurePage/ More pics below! ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________
  4. Shown below are images for the upcoming 10" Play-Arts Kai Final Fantasy VII Remake figures of Kai Cloud, Aerith, Barret, and Tifa from Square Enix. Cloud is slated for release in July and will include multiple pairs of hands and Buster Sword which will attach to the figures back. Barret will be released in September and include two interchangeable portraits and three different right hands. Tifa will see release in October and include swapable face parts and two different hair pieces as well as multiple hands. Aerith will be released in November and will include three swapable portraits, bow staff, basket of flowers and multiple pairs of hands. You can pre-order all four figures now from our sponsor HobbyLink Japan.
  5. From Kingdom Hearts III, Ventus joins the Bring Arts figure line. Ventus has been faithfully recreated from his in-game presence to 3D form and has soft material used throughout for easy posing. Ventus includes several accessories including an alternate head. You can pre-order this figure from our sponsor BigBadToyStore.com. The figure includes the following: - Alternate head - 4 Pairs of hands - Keyblade - Stand
  6. Square Enix is releasing two new 5" Bring Arts figures based on Dragon Quest V: Hand of the Heavenly Bride with Nera and Bianca. You can pre-order both figures now for our sponsor BigBadToyStore.com. Dragon Quest V: Hand of the Heavenly Bride Bring Arts Nera From the Dragon Quest V: The Hand of the Heavenly Bride video game, Nera, the daughter of Rodrigo Briscoletti, joins the Bring Arts figure line by Square Enix. Every aspect of Nera, from her feminine silhouette, her eye-catching ribbon, the textures and decorations adorning her clothes, replicates the grace she exudes in the game. An articulation point has also been applied to her hair, enabling smooth mobility. Dragon Quest V: Hand of the Heavenly Bride Bring Arts Bianca From the Dragon Quest V: The Hand of the Heavenly Bride video game, Bianca joins the Bring Arts figure line by Square Enix. Every aspect of Bianca, from her blonde hair, her blue eyes, and her vivid-colored clothes, are accurately replicated, bringing her bright and lively presence from the game to life. Flexible materials are used for her skirt, providing a range of actions while also realizing structural beauty. Her braided hair comes with an articulation point, enabling collectors to add movement to her poses. Product Features
  7. From the Dragon Quest V: The Hand of the Heavenly Bride video game; the Hero joins the Bring Arts figure line by Square Enix. His robust build and gentle, yet emboldened expressions are recreated as imagined in the original game. Flexible materials are used in his garment, enabling smooth mobility. His hair comes with an articulation point allowing for more lively and dynamic poses. You can pre-order this at our sponsor at BigBadToyStore.com.
  8. Cloud Strife from the "Final Fantasy" series gets a new Bring Arts figure, with lots of ways to vary his look! Based on illustrations by Tetsuya Nomura, this figure features careful attention paid to the details of Cloud's clothing and facial features. The cloak over his left shoulder can be exchanged for a single demonic wing, and he's also got his Buster Sword and four different hands. Order him for your own collection today! You can pre-order this now from HobbyLinkJapan.com.
  9. Dragon Quest IV: Chapters of the Chosen, this epic adventure unfolds over five unique chapters. Alena, the main character from the second chapter, joins the fray as a Bring Arts figure! Well known as being a tomboy princess, careful attention was paid to her energetic and fiery personality when sculpting and painting her to accentuate the vibrant colors seen in-game. Alena’s jam-packed full of charm and energy into one small package! This figure is available for pre-order at BigBadToyStore.com.
  10. The hero from the Dragon Quest series’ timeless masterpiece, Dragon Quest III: The Seeds of Salvation, joins the Bring Arts action figure line! This 5.59" figure recreates the character design of the hero, drawn by Akira Toriyama for the Super Famicom and evokes the color tones present in that rendition. The various textures are also recreated through adjustments made with colors and gloss applied to the figure. It comes packed with a substantial amount of accessories, including both the hero and Erdrick’s sword and shield, along with two additional types of head pieces, and two additional sets of hand parts. Also included is a special waist piece that enables crouched positions and a bubble slime! From the standard battle poses to his signature kneeling pose, these additional parts allow a slew of options that enable the reproduction of a wide range of memorable scenes that truly bring the world of the game to life. You can pre-order this figure now at BigBadToyStore.com.
  11. Joining the Bring Arts action figure line is Erik, the Luminary’s reliable partner-in crime featured in Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age! This figure varies from Luminary's physique, and features textures on everything from his clothes to his daggers. He comes with 3 head pieces featuring different expressions and interchangeable hands to hold some of the numerous accessories—the birchwood boomerang, his daggers, a treasure chest, and a dracky! The figure comes packed with all these details that truly bring the world of the game to life! You can pre-order this figure now at BigBadToyStore.com.
  12. Shown below are images of the products Square Enix had on hand for the 2018 New York Comic Con including Kingdom Hearts figures and more.
  13. Now available as a Bring Arts figure is Sora from Kingdom Hearts II! Recreate his appearance from his journey through Halloween Town and bring the annual holiday to the human realm. This highly detailed figure focuses on Sora’s silhouette and costume details, and features darker coloration, recreating the appearance of Halloween in the game. His jacket and pants utilizes flexible parts for more posing options. Also included with the figure are a variety of accessories which include two face parts, two keyblades, and six types of masks to enjoy the variety of action in the game. You can pre-order this figure now at BigBadToyStore.com.
  14. Now available as a Bring Arts figure is Sora from Kingdom Hearts II! Recreate his appearance from his journey through Christmas Town and bring the annual holiday to the human realm. This 5.5" figure features a detailed silhouette and recreates the texture of the costume and fur. A flexible material is utilized on the sleeves of his shirt and pants, and the shape of the hat is also adjustable allowing you to recreate multiple poses. Sora also comes with a wide variety of additional parts, which includes two Keyblades and two types of hand parts. You can pre-order this figure now at BigBadToyStore.com.
  15. Straight out of NieR: Automata, the game that brought to life the battle between the Androids and the Machines, prototype model YoRHa Type A No.2 (commonly known as A2) is now available as a Bring Arts figure. This figure strikes a perfect balance between mobility and structural beauty by utilizing flexible parts in various locations. Weathering has been applied to multiple parts of her body, and the discoloration of her leg is recreated by gradation. The figure comes with long and short hairstyles, three mountable weapons—Virtuous Grief, Virtuous Dignity and Type-4O Sword—as well as the memorable Forest King in his baby carriage. Rust and grime have been applied to the Forest King to match the look and feel of the Machines, and his covering can also be taken off. All these incredible details truly bring the world of NieR: Automata to life. You can pre-order this now at BigBadToyStore.com.
  16. Cloud and his beloved motorcycle Fenrir arrive as a set to the Play Arts Kai series from Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children! From Cloud’s melancholic facial expression to his hairstyle and the Cloudy Wolf ornament on his shoulder armor, the details on all of the accessories adorning his outfit are meticulously sculpted and painted for an unmatched level of quality. There are a total of seven swords included with the figure; a fully assembled version of the Fusion Sword, and its separated version in which there are six separate pieces. Each of the six swords can be sheathed in the holders on Cloud’s back. The collector can enjoy his in-movie poses from no matter what angle you look. Also included is a cloth cape piece with bendable wire for unparalleled posing possibilities! Fenrir is portrayed realistically, from its uniquely streamlined form to the burned pipes around its muffler and engine. Additionally, the motorcycle allows for storage of Cloud’s Fusion Sword, recreating the bike’s battle-ready design. The headlight and tail lamp light up by using three LR44/A7 button cells (not included). Also included are Cloud’s goggles and mobile phone, as seen in the film, making it possible to relive the movie’s most memorable scenes through this luxurious set. The figure stands 10.9" tall. You can pre-order this figure now at BigBadToyStore.com.
  17. Straight out of NieR: Automata, the game that brought to life the battle between the Androids and the Machines, YoRHa No.9 Type S (commonly known as 9S) is now available as a Bring Arts figure. 9S’s trademark hacking effect is made with a transparent material to recreate the look and feel in the game. The figure also comes with a variety of additional parts, including his post-self-destruct lower body, his black box, an articulated Pod, equitable Cruel Oath and Cruel Blood Oath, and an interchangeable 2B arm. He also comes with three swappable faces—one with a blindfold, one with blue eyes, and one with red eyes for when he’s gone berserk—allowing you to recreate various scenes within the game. You can pre-order this now at BigBadToyStore.com.
  18. The Luminary from Dragon Quest XI joins the Bring Arts action figure line with this new 5.61" figure. Not only does the figure accurately depict the character’s appearance in-game, it also uses flexible parts that enable an increased range of motion for recreating various scenes from the game. From the texture of the leather goods and clothes, the shine on the sword and shield, as well as the colors reflecting shadows, the overall finish reflects the care given to every last detail in the paintwork. Additional parts include equipment such as the stone sword, the sword of light, and Erdwin’s shield, as well as mini figurines such as the familiar slime and the Spirit of Lost Time, allowing collectors to enjoy the world within the game to their hearts content. You can pre-order this figure now at BigBadToyStore.com.
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