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ThreeA shows off their Portal 2 and Lost Planet figures


4:00 AM on 04.09.2013
ToysThreeA shows off their Portal 2 and Lost Planet figures photo



ThreeA toys showed off their Portal 2 Atlas and P-Body concepts nearly a year ago, and since then we haven't heard a thing about them. That was until at the ThreeA event held at Beast Kingdom Toys in Taiwan recently.

Personally I'd like clean versions of the two Portal characters, but the dirty and worn down design doesn't look that bad here. No other details were revealed, but at least we know they're still in the works.

ThreeA also announced during their event that they've partnered up with Capcom to produce figures, starting off with Lost Planet. Head on over to Tomopop for more pictures of all the upcoming ThreeA toys.

ThreeA's Atlas and P-Body appear after a year in hiding [Tomopop]






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