Blizzard is selling a $200 replica of Genji’s sword, and anyone willing to practice with the blade while everyone else plays Overwatch will at least find it full of techy features.
There’s a simple explanation for how the Ouija board works: it’s not ghosts, but how you feel about them.
Here’s how you make outstanding action figures: Take a pair of already beloved Amiibo statues, give them a ridiculous amount of articulation and load them up with accessories. That’s what Good Smile Company did to create the upcoming Squid Girl and Squid Girl DX Figma figures.
Good Smile are back with another Overwatch Figma, this time of D.Va. There’s no mech, but it’s a Figma, you shouldn’t have been expecting one anyways.
Lego’s been making building sets since the 1950s, but it wasn’t until 1978 that the company came up with the perfect plastic people to play in them. The Lego Minifigure was born in 1978 with a handful of designs. Forty years later, there are more than 8,000, most of them hiding in my office drawers.
Good Smile’s line of Persona 5 Figmas continues with their third, the wonderful Yusuke.
Blizzard and Nerf are going to release a couple of guns based on Overwatch, one being Reaper’s shotgun, the other D.Va’s pistol.
In November, NECA will be releasing this action figure two-pack that includes both Kratos and Boy.
This Bahamut from Final Fantasy X, built by Marius Herrmann, is an enormous one metre (3.2 feet) wide.
Here you go, Hanzo mains. The only statue you’ll ever buy.
Good Smile will be releasing this Nendoroid version of Persona 5's Futaba in December.
Oscar-winning filmmaker and best friend of Hideo Kojima Guillermo del Toro has had a lot of action figures made for characters in his movies, but he’s now getting one of his very own.
The Overwatch Nendoroid figures are supposed to be cute, so I don’t know what the hell is going on with this Junkrat. Maybe it’s the best they can do with the character.
LEGO Voltron is now a thing, going on sale in August for $180. That’s a lotta money, but you’re at least getting 2,321 pieces worth of individual lion mechs that can transform and combine.
You can now buy a teeny tiny Xbox One S for your American Girl doll. I might actually buy this.
Combining the two best things about Splatoon—its character design and fashion sense—this second series of action figures let you mix and match each little guy’s shoes, shirts and hats. Which leads me to wonder, how the hell did I miss the first series?
This Nendoroid Sombra is out early next year.
Good Smile Co., having already released a Figma based on Joker, have now moved onto Ann Takamaki.
It’s been two years since Overwatch first launched, and as part of the celebration Blizzard made this cute little stop-motion video. It’s like Toy Story, only Reaper is a bigger asshole than Woody ever was.
Last year’s Dota 2 Battle Pass had a reward for anyone reaching level 2000: a physical statue of Baby Roshan. Those pieces are now finally reaching mailboxes, and they’re so bad that Valve has had to apologise and announce that a new version will be made and sent out in its place.