Gaming Heads announces Gordon Freeman statue

Jan 18 // Brian Szabelski    @brianszabelski

Crowbar not needed to open this figure's package

Gaming Heads has just revealed its newest statue release, and Half-Life fans, be happy: it's Gordon Freeman. The 1/4-scale Freeman statue, designed by Barringer Fox Wingard III and Goran Sadojevich, is a whopping 20 inches tall, and comes with Gordon holding bug bait in one hand and his trusty crowbar in the other. All the details of his HEV suit are present here, too, sculpted in polystone ... which also means it's not cheap. As a bonus, there's an exclusive version that will come with a swappable MP-7 for Gordon's right hand, though I personally think the crowbar is a better fit, don't you?

You can pre-order both the regular and exclusive versions at Gaming Heads right now, with the pieces coming in Q3 2013. The regular version is limited to 1,000 pieces and priced at US$319.99, while the exclusive one is only 500 pieces and US$339.99. That's a lot of money, but for quite a large figure at almost two feet tall. I'd consider picking this one up at a Half-Life fan ... especially if the G-Man statue is coming in the future.

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