Tuesday, 22 May 2012 11:19
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If there's one thing Square Enix still does well it's their Play Arts Kai figure line. They recently announced their latest figures and they're based off of the hit game, Batman: Arkham Asylum (yeah, not Arkham City). There have been four different figures announced however, we currently only have pictures for two of them.
Square has yet to announce an official release date but Amazon is currently listing them as releasing in August. The figures that have been announced are: Armored Batman (seen above and below), Harley Quinn (seen below), Regular Batman, and Joker. I don't know about you guys, but these figures are looking pretty good to me.
If someone wanted to get me say, the Armored Batman and the Play Arts Kai Solid Snake as a late birthday gift, I certainly wouldn't complain in the least. I do however wonder why they decided to go with Arkham Asylum instead of Arkham City. I suppose maybe these have been in the works longer than we know? Either way, these figures are super sexy.
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