Good Smile Company Reveals Twilight Princess Action Figures, Teases Bloodborne

The Good Smile Company’s line of highly-detailed, incredibly poseable Figma collectibles just got a little bigger.

As attendees of the 2016 Summer Wonder Festival discovered, The Good Smile Company revealed some impressive new 5”-6” action figures based on character designs from The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess.

First up is Link, shown fully-painted to preview how the final product may look upon release. He comes complete with his Hylian shield, iconic Master Sword, and intricate scabbard.


Next, we see an unpainted prototype of Princess Zelda. While she may only have a single accessory, a sword, Zelda does boast some great sculpted details all across her regal dress.


As an added tease, a small card spotted near the Figma display revealed a pending announcement regarding Bloodborne. Considering the game’s beautifully dark, gothic art style and impressive collection of monsters, it should make for a great line of collectibles.


Exact pricing and release windows for these items have yet to be revealed, but we will continue to keep an eye out for further information.

Credit to AmiAmi for the photos, and for the featured image.

My Opinion:

These things definitely look cool, and would look great displayed on my shelf if I were still a collector. The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess had some great new character designs, but I’m holding out for something based on Hyrule Warriors.

Chris Cobb is an Associate Editor for MONG, and a diehard fan of supernatural tales, conspiracy theories, and horror games. Seek him out on Youtube or Twitter!

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