From Square Enix comes a Play Arts figure based on Michael Shannon’s part in the upcoming Man of Steel: ZOD.
A former Kryptonian soldier, ZOD is after revenge and willing to destroy whatever and whoever stands in his way. Part of the Kai Series, this awesome 8-inch figure comes with an alternate unmasked head, plus a couple accessories to add even more versatility to the highly-detailed costume.
Commander Shepard cuts a striking figure in this new addition to the Mass Effect 3 collection.
Imported from Japan, Square Enix’s Play Arts figure of Commander Shepard comes with her trusty N7 Valiant Sniper Rifle, N7 Hurricane SMG, and the OMNIBLADE. She’s one of the most beautifully-detailed figures released in the collection.
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.
A Japanese import, this 9-inch figure of Hitman’s Agent 47 is a stunning recreation of the assassin. Wearing his signature black suit and deep red tie, he also boasts a ton of articulation and enough weaponry to ensure that his target is eliminated no matter what they bring tot he party.
Packaged in a deluxe window box, this is one figure you’ve gotta see up-close to believe.
A decade ago, Bungie Software and Microsoft teamed up to bring gamers the next generation of first-person shooters – Halo: Combat Evolved for the nascent Xbox system. Humanity’s super soldier, Master Chief, battled the genocidal alien Covenant on a remarkable artifact in the depths of space, and a video game legend was born. Square Enix brings the popular character Master Chief to life as part of their new Halo Play Arts ~Kai~ action figure line.
A PREVIEWS Exclusive and a Square Enix import, this GOLD, 9-inch Spartan figure is one that’s sure to please HALO fans. The sculpt is taken directly from the game’s CGI files, so you can expect to see some pretty amazing details on this thing– not that you’d expect anything else from the Kai series.
MERYL SILVERBURGH is the latest addition to Play Arts’ METAL GEAR SOLID line.
Imported from Japan! Square Enix’s Play Arts ~Kai~ figures are an improved version of their popular Play Arts action figure series. With a larger scale, a greater attention to detail, more articulation points, and additional parts, these are their finest action figure yet. Metal Gear Solid has been one of Konami’s best-selling games over the last fifteen years, the creation of acclaimed creator Hideo Kojima. Collectors can get their hands on this dynamic action figure of Solid Snake’s ally Meryl Silverburgh (10″ tall) from the original game and Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots. Window box packaging.
Two new STREET FIGHTER figures have been added to Play Arts’ growing Kai Series. RYU and CHUN-LI have arrived, meaning fans of the arcade and console game can now grab two of the series’ most popular heroes. Check these out!
Being part of the Kai Series means you can expect these guys to have some major articulation, great accessories and sculpts that bring the game to life in a whole new way. Each one stands about 8 inches tall and is packaged with multiple hands and their very own special move, perfect for staging some epic battles on your display shelf!
A new Kratos figure is on its way this year! It’s a stunning rendering of the God of War protagonist, outdoing previous figures by bringing a level of detail that definitely hasn’t been seen outside of the game’s own designs. Being part of the Play Arts Kai series means that he also comes with a number of additional weapons and accessories to help you better display this epic anti-hero.
The motion capture technology used in the Uncharted games created characters who looked, moved and felt like real people. To capture that kind of natural flow, the folks at Play Arts had to go all-out in their creation of a Kai Series NATHAN DRAKE.
Standing about 8 inches tall, Nate features a ton of brilliant articulation and some incredible detail– just look at the stubble and the folds on both shirt and pants. It’s hard not to be impressed at the work that’s gone into the figure–throw in some awesome accessories, though, and this thing is probably one of the best video game poseables you’re gonna find out there. If you’re a fan of the series and can handle having Drake go solo–sand Sully, Elena, Chloe or Charlie, then this is definitely one you should be adding to your collection!
The NEW figures for next week’s ARKHAM CITY are now available for pre-order and if the first images are anything to go by, fans are going to eat these up. Check out Series 1:
With a cowl-free Batman, a hard-rock Harley Quinn and a hooded Tim Drake Robin, this series brings a lot to the table and DC Direct should be very proud.
Each figure stands 7 inches tall and comes with character- and game-accurate accessories where applicable. They join the equally successful Arkham Asylum figures in this growing collection and will be shipping in December of this year!
And if you want something tailored for super-fans and collectors, then look no further than these…
The KAI SERIES Arkham Asylum figures from Play Arts. THese ones are a little bigger at 8 inches and boast improved articulation, amazing levels of detail and a number of great accessories. You should definitely pre-order this pair if you’re looking for a brilliant addition to your display shelf. They ship out in early 2012!