First 4 Figures' Ganondorf rises for pre-order

Aug 07 // Brian Szabelski

[updated: added info for regular version]

If you remember, we brought you the teaser of First 4 Figures' Ganondorf not too long ago. Now, we're happy to let you know that it's Aug. 7, so that means pre-orders are open! The 1/4-scale (23-inch-tall) Ganondorf comes exclusively on the First 4 Figures site with the alternate, evil-laughing head; both figures feature a ton of detail, a real cloth cape, and all the detailing from Twilight Princess (using the actual game files) you can imagine. Some great sculpting work, especially on the sword and armor, from First 4's Goran Sadojevich here.

Want to pick up this limited-run polystone king of evil? He's coming in Q1 2013 for US$479.99, with the run size to be determined after the first 48 hours (low numbers given on a first-come, first-served basis). You can pre-order it at First 4 Figures right now; are you planning on picking him up?

The regular version is also up for order, priced at US$449.99. Like the exclusive, the run size is TBD, but based on orders throughout the first month. 

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