Sony Is Getting Their Own Collectible Figurines with Totaku
Now Nintendo isn't the only major publisher with IP-based figurines -- Sony-based Totaku are coming to collectors and Sony fans worldwide.
A new set of miniature figurines featuring some of Sony’s latest and earliest IP from across the years has been revealed. The figures will be named Totaku and will run you about $9.99 USD per figurine.
The figures are not created by Sony themselves, and they definitely don’t work the same way Nintendo’s amiibo or Activision’s Skylanders do. In fact, the figures are simply collectibles for the most dedicated PlayStation fans, or at least those who don’t want to break the bank on figurines.
The first wave of characters that are being featured includes The Hunter from Bloodborne, Parappa from PaRappa the Rapper, Kratos from the God of War reboot, Crash from Crash Bandicoot, Sackboy from Little Big Planet, a Feisar from the Wipeout series and last but not least Heihachi from the Tekken series.
For those of us living in the United States, GameStop has the figures up for pre-order right now. Furthermore, those who purchase the first wave of figures will get a special symbol that identifies that the figures are the first edition.