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Got money? Okamiden plushes and pillows now available


5:40 PM on 04.07.2011
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If you attended PAX East this year (I didn't, darnit!), you might have noticed some adorable Okamiden swag for sale. Well, Capcom has taken the remaining items from that first-run batch and made them available through their online store!

You've got your basic Chibiterasu plush doll as well as a Chibiterasu pillow pet. Oh-so cuddly and in oh-so short supply! Only about a hundred of these puppies remain. Once they're gone, they're gone...

... until SOTA Toys makes a new run available after April 15. So no hurry!

Okamiden Plush and Pillow Available Online NOW...and later! [Capcom-Unity]








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