It’s the ultimate in video-game nostalgia. Check out the Contra 8-Bit Game Series NES Bill and Lance 2-Pack from NECA. It’s the latest addition in their line of seven-inch collectibles, and it doesn’t disappoint.
The 1987 run-and-gun action game hearkens back to the glory days of Konami with detachable blast effects and a support stand, among other amazing features like a “pixelated” paint deco, new head sculpts and the infamous power-up capsule. Click on the image below to get started!
The mysterious masked Robot Master has arrived! Here’s the Mega Man Proto Man statue figure from First 4 Figures in 13-inch format. Making his first appearance in Mega Man 3 for the Nintendo Entertainment System, Proto Man is nothing short of a classic.
Cast in high quality polystone, the entire statue has been hand painted to exacting standards to capture Proto Man in his element. Click on the button below to get started.
Remember the good old days of NES? Life was so much simpler in 8-bit format. Satisfy your nostalgia craving with this NES Godzilla from NECA’s 8-Bit series, which has been a total hit with both seasoned collectors and casual fans alike. Wherever you fall on the spectrum of aficionados, we’re sure you’ll adore this frighteningly awesome Godzilla.
Standing eight inches tall, he comes in vibrant box packaging that shows him off in all of his menacing, scroll-screen glory. He’s perfect for display inside or out of the box, or for re-creating your favorite scenes from the legendary game. Don’t miss out on this guy!
Capcom’s hugely successful video-game franchise has let gamers avenge a death by taking out demons since 2001. Who could resist an epic mission like that? And now, after the release of latest installment Definitive Edition just a couple of months ago, it’s more than fitting to celebrate with a special seven-inch version of the series protagonist.
Here we say hello to Dante, the un-daunted warrior with his trusty pistols Ebony and Ivory. Set with 35 points of articulation, he’s ready to bring the on-screen battles to life with you. He also comes with his sword Alastor, a shotgun and interchangeable hands to enable him to wield all of his weapons. Dante will come in a flapped window box similar to NECA’s NES-style figure. A necessity for the ultimate DMC enthusiast, this version of Dante is not to be missed.
Devil May Cry me a river.
If you know your Japanese video games as well as you know your favorite freckle constellation, then you’ll also probably know that a collaboration between Capcom’s Mega Man, S.H. Figuarts and Tamashii Nations is something to get excited about! First released for NES in 1987, Mega Man and all of its permutations have been delighting collectors as nostalgic icons for almost 30 years.
And here, the famed protagonist Zero leaps and bounds in from the Mega Man Zero series, originally released for Game Boy Advance in the early 2000s. First appearing in Mega Man X, Zero is outfitted with a complete collection of epic weapon accessories that come right from the series itself. Recreate favorite sequences with the ever-ready Z-Saber, the laser pistol Buster Shot or the lance-like Triple Rod. And he comes with even more true-to-aesthetic accessories, like a defense shield, as well as one interchangeable expression part and three additional hand parts. Wow! You can’t miss out.
Zero is all hero.
The word “Dante” may bring to mind the Italian poet and his storied description of medieval Hell, but the name itself means “enduring”. We think it’s a more-than-fitting mononym for the rage-and-justice-fueled protagonist of Capcom’s Devil May Cry. Considered so deviant from the Resident Evil franchise that it merited its own series, the “Platinum Title” sees Dante avenging the murder of his mother through intense combat and the radical wiping-out of any and all foes in the form of demons. This gaming experience’s fiery darkness has spawned a devoted following, inspiring this seven-inch NECA figurine.
Boasting over 35 points of articulation and his two trusty firearms, Ebony and Ivory, he also brings with him the sword Alastor, a shotgun and interchangeable hands to carry it all. Although this isn’t pictured below, NECA has states that in March 2015, Dante will come in a flapped window box similar to their NES-style figures, which will hearken back to the look of the original video-game packaging. It’s clear that a lot of intention has gone into the careful crafting of this figurine. Preorder now so you don’t look back and regret missing out!
Dante’s hair is the stuff of legend. It’s also hard evidence that this game was indeed made in 2001.
So what do these three things have in common? Recall cherished memories of third- and fourth-generation gaming consoles like the NES with this brand-new wave of figurines inspired by the Super Mario and Donkey Kong franchises! From Jakks Pacific comes the World of Nintendo series, and they’ve stocked their lineup with a bevy of adored characters. From Mario to Yoshi to Kong, these figures range in size from 2 to 6 inches. Wave one will be available for shipping as soon as November, so preorder now!
Still beaming that same smile after all these years. Mario, you’re a gem.
Own a piece of the insanely successful Metroid Prime franchise with your very own Samus. She may be as she appears in Metroid Prime 2: Echoes, but Samus is sure to inspire heartwarming throwbacks to the original NES experience of Metroid. In fact, this version of Galactic Federation heroine Samus Aran comes 24 years since the first of 12 Metroid games were released. She comes fitted in her technologically advanced Light Suit. It’s ideal for everything that she might be called on to do, whether it’s eradicating the Dark Dimension or harnessing the power of the Light of Aether to storm the Sky Temple. She measures a mammoth 20 inches, in incredible 1/4 scale to do justice to her majestic presence. Samus will be ready for preorder shipping in March 2015 — mark it down!
“My past is not a memory. It’s a force at my back. It pushes and steers.”
Inspired by the Classic 1989 NES Video Game
Freddy is the companion piece to the Friday the 13th Classic Video Game Jason, one of the hottest SDCC Exclusives this Summer. Released in 1989 for the super popular 8-Bit home console, the video game Nightmare on Elm Street is so bad… it’s good.
A cult classic if there ever was one, NECA’s Freddy Krueger (1989 Video Game Appearance) will be a fully articulated 7-inch figure done up in that truly horrifying video game deco. This figure comes in a special window box packaging with opening flap to re-create the look and feel of the classic 1989 video game packaging.