That outfit! That hair! It could only be Street Fighter’s GUILE, the latest addition to Play Arts’ Street Fighter collection and part of the Kai Series of super-articulated figures. Take a look:
At 8 inches tall, this Guile figure makes an awesome display piece or an addition to your Super Street Fighter IV diorama (we assume you’re working on one). He comes with some alternate hands and an alternate head and features some awesome game-accurate detail– including the super-sweet American flag tattoo.
It’s definitely rare that Street Fighter comes up at all, but on top of the last post about Street Fighter batsu figures, I must now add this to inform fans about another line we’ve just gotten: Street Fighter Survival Mode figures.
You might remember Survival Mode as the mode that tests how far players can get without dying along the way. If you don’t remember it, here’s a quick clip from Youtube that shows the game being played on this setting:
Naturally, survival mode is quite the achievement for even hardened players, which is probably why the folks at NECA have decided to immortalize the survival mode versions of players Ryu, Guile and Ken. Each one is pumped-up and clad in the all-black that I suppose means business. Each 7-inch figure boasts alternate hands and a whopping 35 points of articulation! Check out our Street Fighter section to see more from the game and all the merch it has spawned.