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Overwatch - Tracer - Figma #352 (Good Smile Company, Max Factory)

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73pt
Me waiting to see whos announced next like:

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11 months ago
36pt
I haven't played Overwatch but I'm somewhat familiar with the characters and how they look and in my opinion, the figma looks pretty damned good.

To be honest, you can't copy everything that the Nendoroid has on to a figma. For one, you can't have the hair flip gimmick (which everyone seems to keep talking about here) that the Nendoroid has since that obviously uses some sort of joint to make the hair swivel as if she's blowing it up (though they still could've included a "blowing-hair" faceplate along with an alternate dynamic moving hair piece).

The current faceplates/facial expressions she has already seem good enough albeit not as "expressive" as everyone keeps pointing out. In figma standards, the faceplates she has seems fitting. The faceplates on the Nendoroid look "expressive" since that's the highlight of Nendoroids while figma mostly highlights articulation.

Overall, she looks perfectly fine. She's obviously one of the better non-school girl figma figures out there. It's better than having, say... NECA do an Overwatch line. It's better than Figuarts taking on the line considering the dead looking faces on their figures or Revoltech with their often bad paint QC.

The only complaint I have with this figure is probably the price (even though it's pretty reasonable if you take into account figma Atlas and P-Body's price. Heck, even figma MGS2 Snake's price) and her not having just at least the effect parts (which can be remedied by making your own).

tl;dr. You can't have everything...
7 months ago
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sliusarek (3 days ago) #30900166Other Figma figures usually have more. Max Factory gives less accessories only when the sculpt is harder than usual and if the brand is not labeled as "it will certainly sell well".
I think this is more of a licensing issue costing more than your usual anime figmas. Especially these Western gaming properties. Usually it's overpriced with almost no accessory.
3 days ago
1pt
Veroxion (11 days ago) #30893519She's my first figma, along with ITEM #549354 as they arrived together. Is it just me, or should they be similar in price to a Nendoroid? They are like double the price with barely any accessories, just heaps of hands. I guess they are fully pose-able, but does that really warrant doubling the price tag? ._.
Don't get me wrong, the sculpt and quality is amazing. Her face is definitely better in person. I was considering getting Genji, but now I'm not so sure because the price bothers me for what you get. :(

Other Figma figures usually have more. Max Factory gives less accessories only when the sculpt is harder than usual and if the brand is not labeled as "it will certainly sell well".
3 days ago
1pt
I'm selling her unopened for $70 including US shipping.
PM if interested! :)
6 days ago
1pt
AkibaMelon (11 days ago) #30893568:)

Oh no, I agree with you! I don't think figma should be priced the exact same as a Nendoroid and I 100% appreciate the artist's work. The joints on the figma are really good, I was very impressed by the quality. I think if the figma itself was a little bigger, it would make me happier. :P

Licensing definitely comes into play. The Overwatch Nendoroid's are definitely in the higher price-range compared to others, so it's not too surprising.
11 days ago
3pt
Veroxion (11 days ago) #30893519Snip
A lot of people will probably agree with you :p But to be fair, I want to point out that I personally think that a figma is still somewhat more valuable than a Nendo in the regard, that you can indeed replicate iconic poses with them. A figma strives to give you a very authentic version of a character, as close to the original as possible, whereas Nendos are simply chibified versions of the characters. They more or less all follow the same head and body size system and are quite a pain to pose imho.
Don't get me wrong, but I wonder why most people don't really value the work that has to be put into making these characters as articulate as possible while still looking good and true to the character, the engeneering if you will (I personally am totally impressed by their work on Genji for example... I mean some of these poses are wow imo ^^;;)
On top of that, in the case of these Overwatch figmas I think licensing fees and such also play into the price policy. That's why I think they don't come with many accessories but come with the usual price tag. Just a guess tho.
Lol I'm feeling like a knight fighting for figma's honor XD
11 days ago
1pt
She's my first figma, along with ITEM #549354 as they arrived together. Is it just me, or should they be similar in price to a Nendoroid? They are like double the price with barely any accessories, just heaps of hands. I guess they are fully pose-able, but does that really warrant doubling the price tag? ._.

Don't get me wrong, the sculpt and quality is amazing. Her face is definitely better in person. I was considering getting Genji, but now I'm not so sure because the price bothers me for what you get. :(
11 days ago
2pt
Her face sculpt is a lot better in person! It was the first thing I noticed and she looks closer to the game's depiction than a more generic anime style face. Haven't taken her out yet but I can see she's pretty small. I'll see what she's like next to other figures soon.
11 days ago
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In stock @ Solaris Japan (¥6,518)

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In stock @ Ninoma (MFC Partner) (¥6,835)

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About 61 USD | 51 EUR | 76 CAD
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