First 4 Figures has been slowly revealing which characters would be created for its “Sega All-Stars” line. The series already has Sega characters Ryo Hazuki, Akira Yuki, Vyse and/or Beat, and now another key figure has been added via the fan-favorite series, Nights.
The figure is 12.5 inches tall, and will feature Nights himself on a pedestal in front of a crescent moon. Not unlike certain box art for the series itself. The figure is also hand-painted, ensuring the detail and quality that past statues from First 4 Figures has had in the past.
There are actually 2 version of the Nights statue for sale. Each with its own variation of the moon itself. While the first is simply painted, the exclusive version is actually lit via an ambient light. This allows the figure to create more of an atmosphere when darkness falls. Again, not unlike Nights himself.
The exclusive statue is limited to 500 pieces sold, while the main version is 1000. The figure will be shipped in Q3 of 2015. So if you’re interested in getting this high quality, extremely detailed statue, I’d place my order now. Let’s be honest, this may be the only piece of Nights merchandise you’re probably going to get for a while.
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