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Tokyo Toy Show 2012: Square-Enix

1:00 PM on 06.15.2012

Natalie Kipper

Associate Editor/Plush Guru

Square-Enix's showing at the Tokyo Toy Show was a mixture of old and new. Some of the items, like Dragon Quest's Monster Museum figures and a portion of the Final Fantasy Trading Arts Kai Minis, have already been on pre-order for some time and are, in fact, scheduled to ship this month. Also on display were the newly announced Omutsukkori and Whip Ghost from the Smile Slime line of plushes.

So, what was new, then? Well, for starters, it seems more characters will be added to the Final Fantasy Trading Arts Kai Minis. Tifa, Tidus, and Lightning were showcased at the event, in unpainted form, with their plethora of accessories. I am really quite excited at the prospect of having Lightning ride Sleipnir. And, Tifa comes with a Red XIII figure! Yay!

On the Dragon Quest front, plushes resembling the new races for Dragon Quest X were revealed. Sofubi and cell phone charms of some of the series' more iconic monsters will be coming soon, according to their display placards. And, new figures of heroes from different installments were also at the event. 

That is certainly enough to cause any RPG lover to salivate, wouldn't you say so?

[via Akiba Hobby]


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