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First 4 Figures Shows Off Its Mighty Ganondorf Army

Posted by Orla Madden

So many Ganondorfs, so little money

First 4 Figures is known for its fantastic selection of figurines, which include various Nintendo characters with great attention to detail.

The site has seen wonderful success with figures such as Link on Epona, Dark Link, Zero Suit Samus and the chief Goron, Darunia. There are plenty more to choose from, just check out the site with the following link.

One of the latest additions to its ever expanding collection is the fierce and evil Ganondorf, from The Legend of Zelda series. He stands 23cm tall and with only 750 pieces being made for the exclusive edition - and 1,750 for the normal figure - it would be a welcome addition for any collector.

Ganondorf is set to ship later this year and thanks to the First 4 Figures production blog, we get to see pictures of the big guy himself before he sets sail to new homes across the world.

Not only were we given an insight into what goes on behind the scenes in the images, but we're also treated to a drop test, where the prototype figure is packaged away and dropped several times to see if it can stand the test of time. It performs incredibly well and should easily endure the wrath of clumsy mail men. Check out the videos below to see the outcome.

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dew12333 said:

I am lucky enough to have 3 of these and they really are made extremely well. I have got a green link, dark link, and my favourite one the skull kid. For anyone thinking about one they are well worth the money.



Painmaster212 said:

@dew12333 $400 for a figure is never worth it though. They could easily sell this for under a $100 make a few more of them and still sell them out but for $400+ ill have to pass on these or any figures. Heck I got the Gears of War statuses alot cheaper and they are more detailed and alot bigger!

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