The acclaimed first-person shooter gaming experience from Irrational and 2K gets the NECA treatment once again with American hero Booker DeWitt. Sent to the city of Columbia to rescue the young captive Elizabeth, becoming embroiled in a class battle between underdogs and the elite. When he discovers that Elizabeth has special capabilities that allow her to find “Tears” in space-time and influence the fate of Columbia, stuff gets real. Visually stunning and innovative when it comes to setting and narrative, Infinite won awards and was deemed the third-highest rated game of 2013.
Turn-of-the-20th-century ‘murrca and futuristic dystopian elements come together in the persona of Booker DeWitt. Here, he stands seven inches tall, arms out at his side and ready to grasp the weapon accessory. He also features moveable joints that will allow for multiple posing styles. NECA has ensconced him in classic clamshell packaging, great for box display or hands-on play alike.
Steampunk’s not dead.
One of the toughest enemies you’ll face in Bioshock Infinite, the Patriot is an automaton built in Columbia in the likeness of a major figure in American history. This massive figure stands over 9? tall and features incredible detail, from the massive Pepper-Mill gatling gun to the two flags of Columbia on its back. With over 20 points of articulation for amazing poses, this figure is a must-have for fans of Bioshock Infinite.
One of the toughest enemies you’ll face in Bioshock Infinite, the Patriot is an automaton built in Columbia to the likeness of a major figure in American history.
This figure stands over 9″ tall and features incredible detail, 2 interchangeable heads, a massive Pepper-Mill gatling gun, and 2 flags of Columbia on its back.
With over 20 points of articulation and massive in size and stature this figure is a must have for fans of Bioshock Infinite.
One of Bioshock Infinite’s “Heavy Hitters”, the Motorized Patriot (a Washington automaton rigged with massive weaponry) is a terrifying enemy who appears every now and again to completely shut you down just when you think you’ve defeated your last wave.
The figure is about 9 inches tall and features absolutely amazing detail, plus 2 interchangeable heads, a Pepper-mill gatling gun and a pair of Columbia flags. It also features over 20 points of articulation! It’s a must-have for those who loved the game. Order now and the finalized figure ships out in August!
THEY’RE HERE! Bioshock Infinite protagonist Elizabeth is joined by a very creepy Boy of Silence in the first series.
You can grab them individually or as a set of two and they ship out right away to get you ready for the game’s upcoming release. We’ve gotten a chance to check these out in-person and we assure you: they’re worth it.
Fans of BIOSHOCK should head right over to RIPT Apparel and snag today’s limited tee! We’ll let it speak for itself, but you should definitely grab this while you still can!
Here’s a great commercial celebrating the best of the best of the characters you’ve enjoyed on the Playstation. It’s an awesome tribute to them…and, in a way, to you!
As you wander through Rapture, you’ll see a ton of Big Daddies and their Little Sisters and when you do, it’s usually a good idea to protect yourself by checking out what kind of mood the Big Daddy is in. Green light and he’s completely calm, Yellow light and he’s warning you or a Splicer to steer clear and if there’s a Red light, well, he’s probably trying to take you out for crossing the line.
Now you can recreate all the negative and positive emotions of a Big Daddy with this new Bioshock toy fitted with LED lights! If you’ve got a Little Sister toy on-hand, you’ll want to be extra careful when you set this pair up.
Well, if you’re reading this today, then that means we survived the supposed Rapture, but if you feel you need a palate-cleanser from all the panicking, then maybe it’s time to turn to a Rapture where the world really is falling apart. We’ll help with this brand new Subject Delta doll from NECA.
Based on Eleanor Lamb’s home-made Delta doll seen in the opening of Bioshock 2, it’s a 7-inch plush that shows all the hallmarks of a Little Sister’s strange creativity, incorporating a baseball, a watch, elastic bands and a paperclip into the design. This one makes a great display piece, too–just leave it on the floor and any visiting Splicers will know to tread a little more carefully, lest the real Delta come their way.
I am a massive Bioshock fan and I couldn’t be happier that toys and figures are still being produced even as we struggle through the days until 2012’s BIOSHOCK INFINITE. Coming in July, we’ve got a new and awesome addition to the collection with the DELUXE Electronic Big Daddy!
Standing about 8 inches tall, this Big Daddy is essentially the previous model, but with something decidedly cooler added (whether he visited a Power to the People station we’re not quite sure): working lights go from green to yellow to red depending on the mood of what Ryan called the “lumbering palooka”. Stunningly and lovingly rendered by NECA, you can pre-order now and expect it to arrive this summer!