The Tokyo Game Show has already wowed us with a lot of awesome gaming announcements and this time, let’s take a look at some of the figures Bandai and Square Enix showcased during the event.

Bandai showcased their popular D-Arts line featuring figures from various games like BlazBlue and God Eater 2.

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Square Enix, who aren’t just known for their Final Fantasy and Kingdom Hearts games, meanwhile showcased their upcoming Play Arts Kai releases showcasing articulated figures from DC, Metal Gear Solid, Aliens Colonial Marines and of course, Final Fantasy.

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The highlight of Square Enix’s figure presentations would be the Play Arts Kai version of the mighty Dragon King Bahamut as well as the other Final Fantasy Play Arts Kai figures.

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