New Metal Gear Play Arts Kai figures incoming - tomopop

New Metal Gear Play Arts Kai figures incoming

6:00 PM on 02.06.2013

Brian Szabelski


Raiden, Liquid Snake sculpts reviewed

If you wanted more Metal Gear Solid Play Arts Kai, you're getting it. Hideo Kojima has tweeted out five new pictures showing off four new Play Arts Kai figures: a new colorway of Metal Gear Solid 4 Raiden; the original Raiden from Metal Gear Solid 2; Liquid Snake from Metal Gear Solid; and a fourth, to be revealed figure. The fourth one's outfit, though, has me thinking it might be some kind of special anniversary Snake, but not the Metal Gear Solid one. We'll have to wait and see on that one at Wonder Festival 2013 Winter.

The other three will be at Toy Fair 2013 in New York. Liquid comes with a rocket launcher, while Raiden comes with a substitute mask and his sword. Check back for more info on all of these figures as we get info about them at Toy Fair and WonFes!


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