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Play Arts Kai next Street Fighter toys are Ken & Sakura


3:00 AM on 04.05.2013
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The next two characters to join Play Arts Kai's growing Super Street Fighter IV toy line are Ken and Sakura. I have to agree with Martin over at Tomopop, Ken's design works great with the Play Arts style of figures while Sakura is coming off a little goofy, especially with the super tiny skirt.

Both figures will be out this August and will run for ¥7,200, or about $75. Hit up Tomopop for all the places you can pre-order the figures from.

Ready to rumble with more Street Fighter IV Play Arts Kai [Tomopop]






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