, I think everyone can agree it’s about as Kojima as it gets when it comes to games. In other words, it’s stylish, a little bit weird, and ultimately likable in spite of its flaws. Good Smile Company just announced its latest Nendoroid based on the game, but looking at it now, it’s damn near flawless.Check out the gallery below to see the upcoming Sam Porter Bridges Nendoroid:
Good Smile Co. Death Stranding Sam Porter Bridges Nendoroid
If you’re unfamiliar with Nendoroids, they’re cute, super-deformed action figures representing a wide swath of anime, video game, and pop-culture properties. Extremely articulated, they also include interchangeable faces, hands, and other accessories, so you can pose them in about a million different ways.
The Sam Porter Bridges Nendoroid includes a tiny BB Pod and a massive stack of packages. Thankfully, Nendoroids come with plastic stands with arms to keep them upright.
You can preorder the Death Stranding Nendoroid between now and March 20, with an estimated August 2020 release window, which means it will be around the same time Death Stranding comes to PC. The figure costs 8,800 Yen, or about $80 USD, which is inline with other premium Nendoroid figures.
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