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Brain... Now that I think about it... doesn't it sound way too similar as BRAIG!? Any thoughts?
New Kingdom Hearts III Bring Arts Sora (Guardian Form) available for pre-order on SENA store; releasing end of September 2017 for $69.99
You can check out the description below for the Bring Arts figure. You can also check out pictures of the Bring Arts. Finally, you can view the new Kingdom Hearts III trailer here.
The Guardian Form version of Sora, the protagonist of KINGDOM HEARTS III, is now available in the Bring Arts figure series as an event and online store exclusive item!
Even though this figure stands at only six inches tall, with detailed paintwork and contrast of colors this figure faithfully recreates Sora’s appearance with high fidelity to the in-game graphics. With a wide range of motion in the articulated joints, you can recreate poses from the game! While it may be small in size, its meticulous finish gives you a feel of the value of the figure.
The figure also comes with various interchangeable parts, including hand pieces with different poses, facial pieces, and a new, exclusive Keyblade, creating a voluminous set of accessories. With Bring Arts, the world of KINGDOM HEARTS III can be enjoyed in the palm of your hands!
Figure includes display stand.
Figure Size (inches): W 2.6” x D 2” x H 6.3”
This SDCC-Debuting Square Enix Official Shop Exclusive pre-ordered at the SQUARE ENIX Online Store will be shipped to your provided address, and are not available for onsite pick-up at SDCC 2017.
Products will not be shipped until end of August 2017.
Limit two (2) per customer.
Release: End of September 2017
UPDATE 1: The Kingdom Hearts III Bring Arts Sora (Guardian Form) was shown off, and for sale, at SDCC (San Diego Comic Con) 2017! View a couple photos of it there in the gallery with the other images above.
UPDATE 2: Even more photos have been taken of the Kingdom Hearts III Bring Arts Sora (Guardian Form) at SDCC 2017. Check them out, provided by @churroz on Twitter, in the gallery above.