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This Breath of the Wild Zelda Nendoroid is just the cutest

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Pint-sized princess

Good Smile continues to adorablify (I went there) some of video games' greatest heroes, transforming them into the cute figurines of the ongoing Nendoroid range. This weekend, courtesy of Japanese convention Wonder Festival, we got to see the finished design of the previously announced Zelda Nendo.

Rocking her quaint Breath of the Wild look, we can see that a fine job has been done in capturing the charming spirit of Hyrule's favourite princess. Only one photo has been revealed so far, so we'll have to wait a bit longer to check out her accessories or alternate faceplates. Still, she's looking good I think, a release worth keeping an eye out for.

As release dates for Nendoroids are usually set several months after pre-orders open, it's getting a bit late in the day for Zelda to hit the shelves before 2020, but we'll find out more details soon enough. In the meantime, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is always available on Nintendo Switch.

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