Kingdom Hearts II’s Riku is newest addition to Play Arts Kai lineup

Like the gaming experience it’s inspired by, this figure is both elegant yet beautifully haunting. Check out theĀ Kingdom Hearts II Play Arts Kai Riku, a new installment in a series already renowned for its meticulous attention to detail. This nine-inch figure by Square Enix and Sideshow Collectibles represents an epic partnership between two of the most well-known toymakers in the game.

He features a cool blue, vivid colored paint scheme to recreate the in-game look in three-dimensionality. Riku’s signature Way to the Dawn keyblade is revamped with intricate paintwork. Click on the image below to get started!


Kingdom Hearts II’s Roxas No. 2, new from Play Arts Kai

The 2005 Square Enix action RPG was as stellar a hit as any of the video-game heavyweights of the noughties. It spawned a novel and a manga spin-off, and was known for its darkness and complexity in comparison to its predecessor. Roxas is a “Nobody”, an entity that came about as Kingdom Hearts protagonist Sora briefly lost his heart.

Help the boy from Organization XIII catch hearts with his Oathkeeper and Oblivion Keyblades. To bring his character from the screen to real life, he comes with a salt ice cream accessory, interchangeable hands and a display stand. Standing eight inches tall, he’s the size we’ve come to look forward to from Square Enix and Play Arts Kai. Roxas is just big enough to render him a deluxe figure and just the right size to display alongside your other Play Arts Kai and Kingdom Hearts figures.

Nothing like a Keyblade to show you're 'bout it.

Nothing like a Keyblade to show you’re ’bout it.