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Kotobukya - Red 13 final fantasy - Figurines 20 cm pvc
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- Following on the heels of the best-selling first series, the characters of Final Fantasy VII have been made into highly articulated Play Arts Action Figures based on their original Playstation game likenesses! Relive the legendary conflicts of the band of heroes defending Gaia from Shinra and the forces of SOLDIER! Collect all four characters in VOLUME 2:
- VINCENT VALENTINE (9 inches tall) The resurrected former TURK features a soft pvc cloak and his Quicksilver pistol.
- YUFFIE KISARAGI (7 ? inches tall) The young Materia Hunter includes her oversized shuriken throwing star.
- Friendly feline, Cait Sith holds his megaphone and rides on the back of Nanaki, better known as the intelligent lion-wolf-hybrid Red XIII. Sculpted under the supervision of original character designer Tetsuya Nomura, all four characters are highly poseable, with at least 20 points of articulation.
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Following on the heels of the best-selling first series, the characters of Final Fantasy VII have been made into highly articulated Play Arts Action Figures based on their original Playstation game likenesses! Relive the legendary conflicts of the band of heroes defending Gaia from Shinra and the forces of SOLDIER! Collect all four characters in VOLUME 2:
VINCENT VALENTINE (9 inches tall) The resurrected former TURK features a soft pvc cloak and his Quicksilver pistol.
YUFFIE KISARAGI (7 ? inches tall) The young Materia Hunter includes her oversized shuriken throwing star.
RED XIII & CAIT SITH (8 1/4" long & 2 3/4" tall respectively)
Friendly feline, Cait Sith holds his megaphone and rides on the back of Nanaki, better known as the intelligent lion-wolf-hybrid Red XIII. Sculpted under the supervision of original character designer Tetsuya Nomura, all four characters are highly poseable, with at least 20 points of articulation.
* Final Fantasy VII Play Arts Vol. 2 Action Figure - Red XIII & Cait Sith No. 4
* Brand New Box Design
* Yuffie No. 5
* Figure stands aprox. 8 inches long
* Square Enix Products
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Thankfully, the impending release of the Play Arts Kai Nanaki figure made the price on the original Play Arts version drop to one I was willing to pay, and it's hard to say just how grateful I am for that price drop! These two under-merchandized characters are fantastically realized in this figure!
Admittedly, the articulation points on Nanaki (or Red XIII if you must) are nowhere near as many as on the Play Arts Kai version. But this version looks the way...how to say it? In this version, he looks the way he looked in the gamer's minds back in 1997, I think is the best way to phrase it. Because of course they didn't look this good in the game itself. Early PS1 3D graphics were clunky and disjointed. (Though that gave them a certain charm that more recent 3D sometimes lacks, in my opinion.) Even in the CG cut-scenes, they didn't look this good. But these figures were modeled to look like Nomura's original character designs, given a full, in the round realization that's what the game would have had if the technology had been up to the task. And to my mind, that's much better than the Play Arts Kai version that's trying to capture the Advent Children "hyper-near-realism" look.
The articulation points on the figure are a little stiff, and I haven't tried changing his pose too much, because I'm afraid of applying too much force and damaging the figure. In part because one of Cait Sith's legs popped off when I was trying to make him sit on Nanaki's back (rather than on his neck, where the figure was designed to sit), though it then popped right back on again, no harm done.
All in all, these figures are a definite must-have for fans of Final Fantasy VII, or at least of its supporting cast.
Let me repeat that for you: one of the best figures I've ever owned, as in every toy I've had since I was little, even back when the huge Megazords from Power Rangers were the be-all of toys.
You have to see Red XIII for yourself to really see how great the sculpt and paint are. Nanaki looks absolutely perfect, and easily tops the figure that came out in the late 90s. This is the first Play Arts figure I've bought, which might have been a mistake since the bar is so high now and others are going to have a tough time measuring up.
First up, the articulation is phenomenal. You can move the following: his mouth, head, neck, upper front legs, lower front legs, front paws, upper back legs, middle back legs, lower back legs, back paws, tail. Each part moves easily, though I'd be careful with the back legs, as the ones on my Red XIII feel much looser than the front legs. Even in the regular standing pose that you see in the stock picture above, Red looks awesome, but you can get some nice action poses out of him too. And if you have a good stand, the number shoots up even more. As I mentioned earlier, the sculpt and paint are top notch, with many little details sculpted into the figure, especially in the 'hair' areas, both on his neck and head, and those around his jaw. Red's flaming tail has a nice semi-transparent appearance as well, something I was pretty impressed by. How often do you see a solid painted flame on a figure instead of one like this?
Included with Red is Cait Sith, a nicely sculpted figure in its own right. Cait Sith can be posed nicely, but is pretty limited because of his size. You can move his head, arms, hands, legs, boots and tail around. He also comes with an alternate right hand to swap out with the hand that holds his megaphone. Cait Sith can stand up on his own or sit atop Red XIII for a nice display.
Of all the Play Arts figures that I've seen in-person, I have to say that Red XIII definitely stands out as one of the best, and is very much worth the money. At the same time, it's clear that it's a fragile figure and we all know that the Play Arts line has a bit of a problem with limbs breaking off and not staying on. I'm going to be extra careful with my figure because of that, especially since this figure's practically extinct. There's a reason why the others from Volume 2 are still easily found for regular prices while Red is 3-4 times as much. Buy this figure!
fire tale. Cait sith is really more of an accesery but still looks good.
The window box display of the package is nice too....... Now maybe we will Finally get a Cid figure if a series 3 is made.......Hopefully.......