At Toy Fair 2019, Square Enix had a small display of Bring Arts 6″ Scale Figures on display. There were a lot of Kingdom Hearts figures shown. They also had a few Play Arts Kai items, but those are all figure that were previously released. We also have a few pics, unpainted prototypes, from the Diamond Previews booth. Those are figures that have been seen before though.
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Square Enix has opened up pre-orders for the upcoming Dragon Quest XI – Bring Arts Jade Figure. The figure stands about 5.7″ tall, and is fully articulated. Jade will include three interchangeable head sculpts, multiple interchangeable hands, ice claws, Dragonlord claws, a glaive and a Sabrecub. An articulated figure stand will also be included. The figure is on sale for $80.99 (normally $89.99) and is due for release in July. See the new photos by clicking the headline of the story.
Jade, the noble martial artist from DRAGON QUEST XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age joins the BRING ARTS action figure line!
From the sculpt of her hair to her costume the paintwork incorporates shading effects to accentuate its three-dimensionality, this figure pursues an accurate recreation of Jade even in such a small scale.
Her skirt is composed of soft, flexible material to enable smooth articulation and dynamic poses. Accessories are also abundant with three head sculpts and ten different hand parts as well as the ice claws, Dragonlord claws, Jade’s glaive, and a great sabrecub with an articulated head and tail.
Although compact in size, her fierce personality and dignified appearance from the game is captured perfectly in BRING ARTS form.
Display stand included.
Last week, we shared photos and details for the upcoming Final Fantasy – Bring Arts Cloud Strife “Another Form” Variant coming from Square Enix. Now, Square Enix USA has opened up pre-orders for the figure, and revealed their own Limited Version. This exclusive release includes an additional swap out “closed eyes” face part. Cloud stands over 7″ tall, and will also include his Buster Sword, multiple interchangeable hands, an interchangeable cloak, and a figure stand. It’s due for release in July. See additional details below, and some photos after the jump.
FINAL FANTASY VII protagonist Cloud who had wandered into another world now joins the fray as a BRING ARTS figure.
We have recreated the characteristics of Cloud’s face and the saturation of the colors on his clothing, based on Tetsuya Nomura’s illustration. The pauldron on his left shoulder and the armor on his hips are designed so that they won’t interfere with the range of motion, in order to allow for more dynamic posing action. Additionally, fine textural details are apparent on his cape and the bandages wrapped around his buster sword.
Not only can the cape on Cloud’s left shoulder be swapped with a wing, but the accessories included are quite robust, as it comes with the buster sword and a total of four interchangeable hands. You’ll enjoy an amazing variety of poses, in any situation in this figure.
The SQUARE ENIX Limited Version has an additional interchangeable face part, sculpted with Cloud’s eyes closed as if thinking about his next move!
Figure includes display stand.
Square Enix Japan has released photos and details for a new figure of Cloud Strife from their Final Fantasy line up. The figure is actually based on his appearance in the Kingdom Hearts video game series. The Final Fantasy – Bring Arts Cloud Strife “Another Form” Version is a fairly large figure in the 6″ scale Bring Arts line. Cloud stands over 7″ tall, and will include his Buster Sword, multiple interchangeable hands, a swappable cloak, and a figure stand.
Pre-orders are live in Japan via the Square Enix Shop. The Bring Arts Cloud Strife is scheduled for release on May 31st. The figure is priced at 9,504 Yen (about $87 USD). North American pre-orders shouldn’t be far behind. See the new images by clicking the headline of the story.
Square Enix has opened up pre-orders for their next Dragon Quest figure. Alena, from Dragon Quest IV: Chapters of the Chosen will join the Bring Arts line up in 2019. The figure stands at 5.35″ tall. She includes interchangeable faces, extra interchangeable hands, a She-Slime, two Urnexpected accesseroies, a Meteorite Bracer, and Iron Claws. As with all Bring Arts figures, a display stand will be included as well.
Bring Arts Alena is scheduled for release in May 2019. The figure is priced at $79.99, but is on sale now for $71.99 from the Square Enix Merchandise Shop. You can see photos, details and the pre-order link after the jump.
Square Enix has posted the product page for their upcoming Dragon Quest III: The Seeds of Salvation – Bring Arts Hero Figure. The 6″ scale figure is based on the playable hero from the 16-bit game. The Hero will include a sword and shield, Erdrick’s sword and shield, a bubble slime, interchangeable heads, interchangeable hands, a swap out wist (for crouching poses), and a figure stand. The figure is priced at $89.99, with a 10% discount for pre-ordering via the Square Enix Store. Look for it to be released in April 2019. See photos by clicking the headline of the story.
The hero from the DRAGON QUEST series’ timeless masterpiece, DRAGON QUEST III: The Seeds of Salvation, joins the BRING ARTS action figure line!
This figure recreates the character design of the hero, drawn by Akira Toriyama for the Super Famicom and evokes the color tones present in that rendition. The various textures are also recreated through adjustments made with colors and gloss applied to the figure.
It comes packed with a substantial amount of accessories, including both the hero and Erdrick’s sword and shield, along with two additional types of head pieces, and two additional sets of hand parts. Also included is a special waist piece that enables crouched positions and a bubble slime!
From the standard battle poses to his signature kneeling pose, these additional parts allow a slew of options that enable the reproduction of a wide range of memorable scenes that truly bring the world of the game to life.
Figure includes display stand.
At New York Comic-Con 2018, Square Enix had some upcoming Final Fantasy and Kingdom Hearts figures on display. Most were from their 6″ scale Bring Arts line as well as the 10″ scale Play Arts Kai Cloud and Bike set from Final Fantasy 7.
Play Arts Kai
- Cloud Strife with Fenrir
- Kingdom Hearts – Sephiroth Another Form Variant
- Kingdom Hearts – Cloud Strife Another Form Variant
- Kingdom Hearts 2 – Sora Christmas Town Version
- Kingdom Hearts 2 – Sora Halloween Town Version
- Kingdom Hearts 3 – Kairi
- Kingdom Hearts 3 – King Mickey Mouse
- Final Fantasy IX – Kuja and Amarant (Artwork Only)
- Final Fantasy IX – Eiko and Quina (Artwork Only)
Also on display by Square Enix at Tokyo Game Show 2018 were some Kingdom Hearts III Bring Arts 6″ scale figures. While these included previously seen figures, the display gives us our first look at the unpainted prototype for Axel, and the finalized version of Kairi and Mickey Mouse. The full display includes:
- Mickey Mouse
- Sora – Toy Story World
- Donald Duck – Toy Story World
- Goofy – Toy Story World
- Kingdom Hearts 2 – Sora – Halloween Town Version
- Kingdom Hearts 2 – Sora – Christmas Town Version
A few photos come via Dengeki Hobby. Click the headline of the story for the photos.
At Tokyo Game Show 2018, Square Enix has a few Final Fantasy IX Bring Arts 6″ scale figures on display. While we previously saw both Zidane and Garnet at San Diego Comic-Con 2018, this is our first look at their numerous accessories, as well as the reveal of Vivi. Included in the display are:
- Zidane Tribal
- Garnet Til Alexandros XVII
- Vivi Ornitier
Some of the images come courtesy of Dengeki Hobby. Read on to see the photos.
Square Enix has a merchandise display at Tokyo Game Show 2018. They are showcasing multiple newly announced Dragon Quest Bring Arts 6″ scale figures. These include figures from Dragon Quest III, Dragon Quest IV, and Dragon Quest XI. Check out the characters included below, and click the headline of the story for the photos.
- Dragon Quest III – The Hero
- Dragon Quest IV – Alena
- Dragon Quest XI – Serena and Veronica
- Dragon Quest XI – Jade (Martina in the Japanese release)
Some images courtesy of Dengeki Hobby.