Square Enix debuted some new Final Fantasy IX Bring Arts 6″ Figures at San Diego Comic-Con 2019! We have photos of those, as well as the Kingdom Hearts figures on display at the event. Check them all out there. If you missed it, check out the Final Fantasy 7 Remake Play Arts Kai Figures as well.
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At San Diego Comic-Con 2019, Square Enix had their Final Fantasy VII Remake Play Arts Kai figures on display. These included the Cloud with Bike that is included with the premium edition of the video game. See all of the photos after the jump.
Square Enix has slowly been phasing out Play Arts Kai, the 9 inch+ figures which featured in-house Final Fantasy characters along with stylized variant versions of DC, Marvel and more. In it’s place, Square has been putting out Bring Arts – a 1/12 (ish) scale line more in tune with S.H. Figuarts and Mafex. Key articulation points, good paint, accessories, and a more traditional sculpting style are present. Most of the figures released so far have been Japanese specific video games and anime, along with the recent Kingdom Hearts offerings. Today we are taking a look at a Kingdom Hearts adjacent figure, – “Another Form” Cloud Strife. This look first made it’s appearance in Kingdom Hearts, but it’s not specifically labeled as such. He’s also rocked this look in other games like Dissidia since then.
Cloud comes packed with his bandaged sword, 3 sets of hands, single angel wing, extra cape piece and a stand. Articulation is above average, but they are using single joints for the knees and elbows. No extra faces or heads. Overall though, it does what it needs to do, and gets us Final Fantasy figures in a scale and price point easier to handle. I’m a big fan of FFVII and Cloud, so I wanted to check out Bring Arts with the hope that they do the Remake characters in this format. So far so good, if they go ahead with that at this level I’m in!
We’ve run him through a session showing what Cloud and Bring Arts can do. Read on to check out over 40 HD images courtesy of Entertainment Earth!
Square Enix has opened up pre-orders for their upcoming NieR:Automata – Devola and Popola Bring Arts Figure 2-Pack. The set includes a swap out portrait for each figure, interchangeable hands, a sword for each, as well as a figure stand for each. The figure stand just under 6″ tall. The set is priced at $134.99, with a release set for November. Pre-order below, and see the photos after the jump.
Devola, and Popola From NieR:Automata, the two older-model androids who bear the burden of their past sins, are now available as a Bring Arts set.
Both mobility and beauty of form are achieved through utilizing a soft material at various parts on their symmetrically paired costume. The figure faithfully recreates their presence in the game from their brilliant red hair to their slightly sorrowful expressions. The figures also come with the Type-3 Sword, one additional head and four hand parts each. These figures allow you to further enjoy the world of NieR:Automata.
Display stand included.
Devola: W 1.76” x D 1.01” x H 5.88”
Popola: W 1.76” x D .90” x H 5.88”
Square Enix has opened up pre-orders for their next Final Fantasy release. Check out the Final Fantasy – Sephiroth “Another Form” Bring Arts Figure. The figure is based on his appearance in the Kingdom Hearts 2 video game, though I’m not sure why Square Enix doesn’t refer to that. The figure will stand a little over 7″ tall. Sephiroth includes a sword, interchangeable hands, an adjustable wing, and a figure stand. They are also offering a Limited Version, which includes a second head sculpt. The figure is priced at $80.99, with a release set for December. Pre-order at the links below, and see the new photos after the jump.
FINAL FANTASY VII antagonist Sephiroth who had wandered into another world now joins the fray as a BRING ARTS figure.
This 3D recreation of Sephiroth, which pair’s with Cloud from the same series, is also based on the illustration by Mr. Tetsuya Nomura. The brilliant detail on his impressive wing gains depth with it colorization. The range of expression is increased by interchanging the two types of wings that come with the figure. The rich amount of accessories also includes Sephiroth’s favorite sword, Masamune, and four interchangeable hands. Enjoy various poses to match any scene or imagination. The SQUARE ENIX Limited Version includes an additional interchangeable head part where Sephiroth’s eyes are closed!
Figure includes display stand.
Figure Size (inches): W 8.19” x D 3.42” x H 7.09”
The long awaited final Fantasy 7 Remake will finally see a release on March 3rd, 2020. At E3 tonight, Square Enix debuted full gameplay clips, and word that those in attendance get to check out the demo! The game, unsurprisingly, looks outstanding (check out the new trailer after the jump). But, we’re a toy site, and collectors are going to be interested in the most special of special editions for the game. Square Enix has opened up pre-orders for the Final Fantasy 7 Remake – 1st Class Edition. This highly collectible release includes a Play Arts Kai Cloud Strife and his Hardy Daytona Bike. Cloud will include his Buster Sword. Other items included are a mini-soundtrack CD, an Art Book, special SLC Materia, and a steel case for the game.
This edition is priced at $329.99. Other editions are available, which don’t include the figure or bike. If you’d like to pre-order, you can do so by Clicking Here.
New images have been added. They give us a closer look at the Play Arts Kai Cloud Strife and Hardy Daytona Bike. Read on to check them out.
Square Enix has revealed their newest Dragon Quest figures. They are releasing a Dragon Quest XI – Sylvando and Rab Bring Arts 2-Pack. Known as Sylvia and Row in Japan, the figures come from Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age. They will include a number of interchangeable hands, face parts for Sylvando, weapons and accessories. The Sylvando figure stands just over 6″ tall, while Rab will stand at 4.5″ tall. Toyark sponsor HobbyLink Japan has opened up pre-orders at a price of $144.34. The figures are due out in October.
Sylvia (a.k.a. Sylvando) and Row (a.k.a. Rab) from “Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age” join the Bring Arts figure lineup from Square Enix! Each has been carefully sculpted and painted with both gloss and matte paint to give you the sense that they just stepped out of the game; Sylvia has his sword, Row has his wand and book, and each has interchangeable hands too; Sylvia also has an interchangeable facial expression. A Metal Slime is also included! Order them for your own collection today!
Figure Size: Sylvia: approximately 15.4cm tall; Row: approximately 11.6cm tall
– Sylvia figure
– Row figure
– Sword (x2)
– Cane (x2)
– Interchangeable facial expression
– Interchangeable hands (x14)
– Metal Slime
– Base for display (x2)
The official Final Fantasy Twitter accounted shared a new photo. The image gives us a look at a number of upcoming Final Fantasy IX Bring Arts 6″ Scale Figures. We’ll have additional details and images as these figures go up for pre-order. Read on to see the photo.
*Sorry, don’t know all the character names.
Square Enix Japan has released photos and details for the upcoming Kingdom Hearts 3 – Mickey Mouse Bring Arts Figure. The figure will stand about 3.4″ tall. Mickey includes two interchangeable portraits, multiple interchangeable hands, a Keyblade, and a figure stand. Pre-orders are set to go live on April 26th in Japan, with a release set for September. Mickey will be price at 6,264 Yen (about $56 USD). You can see the new photos after the jump.
Originally shown at Tokyo Game Show 2018, we now have some official photos and info for the Final Fantasy IX – Bring Arts Zidane Tribal and Garnet Til Alexandros XVII Figure Set. The images come via Square Enix Japan. The stylized figures are due for release in September in Japan. Each figure comes packed with accessories and multiple interchangeable parts. Each figure stands about 4.5″ tall. We’ll update with U.S. release details once they are posted. Check out initial details below, and the new photos after the jump.
Final Fantasy IX– Bring Arts Zidane Tribal and Garnet Til Alexandros XVII
Price: 19,008 Yen (about $170 USD)
Release: September, 2019
Size: Zidane: Approx. W54mm x D32mm x H116.5mm
Size: Garnet: Approx. W44.6mm x D27mm x H111.6mm
– 2 BRING ARTS Bases
– 2 Daggers
– 2 Mage Mashers
– Ultima Weapon
– Healing Rod
– Tiger Racket
– 2 Interchangeable Faces for Zidane
– 8 Interchangeable Hands for Zidane
– 5 Interchangeable Faces for Garnet
– 5 Interchangeable Hands for Garnet