Lots of Gorgeous Persona 5 Figures Announced and Showcased at Wonder Festival

Persona 5 was launched a year and a half ago, but figures dedicated to the game's popular characters are starting to take off just now.

on February 17, 2018 9:14 PM

Persona 5 was released in Japan one and a half years ago, and it took a while for figure manufacturers to really start to work on the game, despite its success.

Today Wonder Festival 2018 Winter edition is being hosted at the Makuhari Messe in Chiba, near Tokyo, and plenty of figures dedicated by Atlus’ popular JRPG have been revealed and showcased.

From Max Factory we get the unpainted prototype of the figma for Ann Takamaki in Panther costume, alongside the announcement of Yosuke Kitagawa in Fox version.

From Kotobukiya, we see the unpainted prototype of the ARTFX J figure of Goro Akechi in Crow version.

Megahouse revealed the unpainted prototype of Joker’s persona Arsene (and announced Yosuke Kitagawa in Fox costume and Ann Takamaki in her casual clothes), while Aquamarine showcased the painted Caroline and Justine.

Phat Company showcased a prototype of the hero in his school uniform in a rather snazzy pose. They also announced Ann Takamaki from Persona 5 Dancing Star Night (and Aigis from Persona 3 Dancing Moon Night).

Goodsmile Company introduced the absolutely adorable (and unpainted for now) Futaba Sakura in nendroid version, while also announcing Joker.

We also get updated samples of Amakuni’s beautiful Panther, Queen, and Oracle, which we already saw  a few months ago.

You can check out all the pictures below, and if you’re unfamiliar with the game, you can also read our review. Persona 5 is currently available for PS4 and PS3

The pictures in the gallery are courtesy of Max Factory, AmiAmi, MegaHouse, Hobby Japan, Aquamarine, Phat Company, .

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