Kid Icarus' Pit and P4 Arena figmas give ladies boners - destructoid

Kid Icarus' Pit and P4 Arena figmas give ladies boners

11:30 PM on 07.30.2012

Tony Ponce

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One of the unspoken but generally understood tasks of Destructoid is to make sure you guys part with your hard-earned cash on frivolous crap that you probably don't need, because dammit, I'm poor and all of you should be as well! With that in mind, here's some news out of the Wonder Festival 2012 Summer hobby event in Japan.

Following up on the Skyward Sword Link from last month, Max Factory continues the Nintendo love with a figma Pit, based on his Kid Icarus: Uprising design. It may be an unpainted model for now, but already it's looking pretty slick. No release date or price has been announced yet.

In addition, Max Factory showed off a pair of Persona 4 Arena figmas: Aegis the ULTIMATE ver. and newcomer Labrys. I'm not too familiar with Persona, but I'm sure plenty of you guys would gladly spend some green on these ladies when they drop next year.

Wonder Festival 2012 Summer: figma Pit from Kid Icarus [Tomopop]
Wonder Festival 2012 Summer: Enter Persona 4's Arena [Tomopop]

PHOTO GALLERY (BETA)

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