Why would a character from a PS3 exclusive game be wearing a PC? Why wear a computer for that matter? Never mind, Sackboy’s still cute.
The officially licensed Sackboy Computer Gear action figure comes in two sizes – the 3″ figure sells for appx.
This unpainted figure is supposed to be 14th century poet Dante Alighieri. Dante was a lot of things: creative genius, devout Catholic, a man in love, a man in pain . . .
But he was certainly never a scythe-totin’, demon-slayin’ loose cannon veteran of the Crusades who doesn’t play by the rules.
A brave soul could come up with piles and piles of adjectives to lay upon the Halo franchise, but “cute” usually isn’t one that comes up (unless you’re talking about playing with the Grunt Birthday Party skull on).
Someone over at Square Enix must be a fan of Transformers. I say this because for some reason, all Final Fantasy’s classic “summons” now have alternate vehicle modes in Final Fantasy XIII. For example, Shiva is now summoned as two ladies who combine to form some sort of lesbian motorcycle.
The many enemies and races of the Halo universe are interesting enough in their own right, but these particular examples are way beyond the norm. Halo fan and clay genius Antithesis doesn’t create Halo figures. This is art.
These amazingly detailed figures show off the softer side of some of the most ferocious fighters you’ll find in a Halo game, including the Flood.
Here we go again. Pink Gundam with garish embellishments: cute or stupid? Does the existence of this no doubt unofficial model embarrass Giant Gundam? Or is it what the statue is looking for, the reason for his incessant head movements?
Is this Gundam with a taste for lace a noble ally?
We’re still months away from BioShock 2, but you’d never know it from the projects that have been cropping up in relation to the sequel. And while the Big Sister isn’t nearly as cute as the Big Daddy doll we’ve seen (which produces automatic “awws”), it’s still an incredible figure!
Looks pretty detailed, eh?
Are you a Mario fanatic? Here’s a couple of new desktop toys which are a must for any serious Super Mario collector.
These excellent Super Mario Sofubi (soft vinyl) figures stand 9.5-inches tall and look great in your cubicle, living room, standing on top of your horizontal Wii, or even glued to your car’s hood as an ornament.