[UPDATE] New images of ThreeA's Metal Gear Rex revealed

Nov 12 // Brian Szabelski
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Fresh from ThreeA Toys' 3Avox13 newsletter comes four brand-new, very well detailed images showing off their forthcoming Metal Gear Rex figure. And with that comes some new info as well: Metal Gear Rex is approximately 42 cm tall (16.5 inches) and will go on sale in January. It will feature some LED illumination on both the railgun (as previously shown) and on lights above the cockpit, it seems.

No word on a price yet for Rex, but hot damn, this is looking amazing and ThreeA should be very proud of what they've been able to pull off. I'm definitely buying one.

[UPDATE: On the ThreeA forums, there's news that this is going to come with a small Snake figure to sit in the cockpit as well. SWEET. On the other hand, according to Ashley Wood himself, every part is made from ABS and it will apparently be the most expensive toy ThreeA has ever released. Rumors are between US$400 and US$500, which would definitely be the most expensive. My wallet just screamed in pain.]

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