The Tokyo Game Show has already kicked off yesterday, and true to its name, the event featured the very best in gaming Japan has to offer. Video game-related merchandise were also on display, and that includes the figures from the various figure makers like Good Smile Company, Square Enix, Bandai, and Kaiyodo among others.

Let’s start our look at the figures with the DMM booth which showcased the latest Kantai Collection figures, including a now-painted prototype of Bandai’s Armor Girls Project (AGP) Atago, as well as Good Smile Company’s Shimakaze and Kongou gigures, and many many more.

2a0627b2 4f985b5b

6b95f5f2 9a2c5055 9d4c2ebd


44e733cd 175f2892 4840a7a7

4018009c 6059846a a8df7d84 a42a62a8 aa980c15 ad4c522a

be0a45e2 dd9b5f43 e28ceea8 fe6cc775

efd9a44e f6da1fa9

The Konami Booth meanwhile featured a whole lot of Metal Gear Solid with figures and merchandise which include figmas and Play Arts Kais.

252b54cf-s 716df503-s 9970a8e4-s 696270fb-s a975d53d-s c0d8a72b-s c4eff72e-s cd989463-s e64b515d-s

The Bandai Namco booth meanwhile had some cutesy super-deformed versions of the God Eater characters with Plex’s Grand Ani Chara Heroes line.


Capcom meanwhile showed off their new Morrigan figure as well as a Super Chogokin version of a Monster Hunter

cp 1 cp 2

And finally, we take a look at Square Enix which finally unveil their new Play Arts Kai Predators, DC figures, Star Wars figures, and of course, Final Fantasy.

sq 21 sq1 sq2 sq3 sq4 sq5 sq6 sq7 sq8 sq9 sq10 sq11 sq12 sq13 sq14 sq15 sq16 sq17 sq18 sq19 sq20 sq22 sq23 sq24 sq25 sq26 sq27 sq28 sq29 sq30 sq31 sq32

sq33 sq34

sq35 sq36

The Tokyo Gameshow will be from September 18 – 21, 2014, with the event opening its doors for the general public last two days.

Don’t miss a single update from SGCafe! Follow us on Twitter: @SGCafe

You can also read more stories on figures here on SGCafe. Also join in on the community’s discussions at

Source: Hobbylog


Leave a comment