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Fans pick three Falcom heroines for Nendoroid treatment


10:40 AM on 04.28.2011
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Nendoroids are figures from the Good Smile Company with big heads, cute faces and limitless power over your collector's sense. Nendoroid Puchi are just smaller versions of them. Falcom, Dengeki PlayStation and Good Smile are teaming up to make three Nendoroid Puchi figures of Falcom heroines.

They're letting fans pick which girl gets the toy treatment on a voting site (Japanese) to celebrate Falcom's 30th anniversary. You can pick up to three characters from 125 heroines over Falcom games like Ys, Brandish, Xanadu and many more. Even if you aren't going to vote, it's worth the click just to see all the different heroines and art styles over the past 30 years.

Did any of you ever play Popful Mail? That game was incredible! I'd buy a Mail Nendoroid.

Select Your Favorite Falcom Heroine [Andriasang]






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