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1ucker (19 days ago) #21844895How tall is this figure compared to D-Arts Megaman X? I have Zero Type-2 but X is too damn expensive, so I wanna get this one instead.
It's too small, by almost an inch. It's also impossible to get at a decent price anyway.
019 days ago1ucker1ucker
How tall is this figure compared to D-Arts Megaman X? I have Zero Type-2 but X is too damn expensive, so I wanna get this one instead.
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03 months ago (3 months ago)OptimalGorillaOptimalGorilla
Wolff (3 months ago) #18757212Oh, I see. Didn't expect such a detailed explanation like that, thanks for the info

No problem. yeah 3300 yen was not 3300 yen now lol. There was a brief and beautiful moment before companies upped their prices around 2013 where stuff was super cheap. Good times. I got my Figuarts Kiba Ranger/White Ranger for like $30 plus shipping.
03 months agoWolffWolff
OptimalGorilla (3 months ago) #18731389That's prices from six years ago though. The Japanese government tanked the value of the yen because every company from Nintendo to Sony to Nikon to Canon were hurting because people were importing their stuff less due to the high exchange rate which was like 78 yen to the dollar. Now that the yen is worth less they have to pay Chinese factories more which is why stuff shot up.

Oh, I see. Didn't expect such a detailed explanation like that, thanks for the info
13 months agoOptimalGorillaOptimalGorilla
Wolff (3 months ago) #18730318I know something about collecting japanese action figures since I do that since around 2010 or so XD all this still doesn't explain how this figure is much more expensive than, say, D-Arts Rockman X on its release. D-Arts had a bunch more accessories, was 2,5 cm taller, had to deal with all the licensing bureaucracy and still managed to cost just 3.300 yen.

That's prices from six years ago though. The Japanese government tanked the value of the yen because every company from Nintendo to Sony to Nikon to Canon were hurting because people were importing their stuff less due to the high exchange rate which was like 78 yen to the dollar. Now that the yen is worth less they have to pay Chinese factories more which is why stuff shot up.
03 months agoWolffWolff
OptimalGorilla (4 months ago) #18062195Unique body mold from the rest of the figures so it requires it's own steel mold, lower production size than stuff you'd find in big retail stores in America, licensing with CAPCOM, and than having to make a profit which they have to split with CAPCOM and stores in Japan that'll carry it. Not that big of a surprise since 4 Horsemen charge $33 for their Bog Goblin and Boarrior figures that are around the same size and those re-use parts among themselves and the dwarves which keeps cost down. So a mold they can re-use parts from for only X and X repaints (and maybe Zero I don't know how many parts they share besides maybe legs) being $7 more makes sense.
Edit: My bad the Bog Goblin and Boarrior are an inch taller. Still that should give you an idea of why more collector oriented lines are priced the way they are. :V


I know something about collecting japanese action figures since I do that since around 2010 or so XD all this still doesn't explain how this figure is much more expensive than, say, D-Arts Rockman X on its release. D-Arts had a bunch more accessories, was 2,5 cm taller, had to deal with all the licensing bureaucracy and still managed to cost just 3.300 yen.

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