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Good Smile has revealed a trio of new Nintendo-related Nendoroids. Although they’re only in prototype form currently and lack color, the figures include Marnie from Pokemon Sword and Pokemon Shield, Doom Slayer from Doom, and Crash Bandicoot.

Here’s the full set:

Update (10/20): Play-Asia has opened pre-orders for the Bayonetta Nendoroid here.


Original (10/16): It’s been awhile, but you may remember that a Nendoroid for Bayonetta was previously announced at Wonder Festival. We then saw a prototype version back in February, though it lacked any sort of color. Now the full figure has been properly shown with the latest update from Good Smile.

The Bayonetta Nendoroid is targeted for release in July 2021. We have a bunch of photos showing off the new figure below.

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Awhile back, we had heard that a Nendoroid was in the works based on Amaterasu from Okami. The figure has now fully taken shape and we have a proper look at the final product. Check out several new photos below.

Pre-orders have also started to open. Play-Asia is taking reservations for a few different editions here, including a standard release, DX version, and more.

As previously announced, Waddle Dee from the Kirby series is getting a Nendroid. Pre-orders are now open for the figure on Play-Asia here.

Waddle Dee comes with four different face plates including a standard expression, a more serious expression, a sleeping expression, and a cute downcast expression. A spear, bandanna, and apple are included as optional parts.

Below are some photos:

Earlier this year, it was announced that Zelda from Breath of the Wild will be getting a new Nendoroid. At the time, only a concept image was shared.

At Anime Expo 2019 this week, GoodSmile is featuring the figure at its booth. Although it hasn’t been colored in as of yet, we do have a first look at the prototype. You can check it out above.

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Nintendo has announced that Zelda from Breath of the Wild will be receiving a brand new Nendoroid. The first concept art image can be found above. At this time, a release window has not been confirmed.

Zelda won’t be the only Nendoroid from Breath of the Wild. Link has been featured, as has the Guardian enemy – both are out now.

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Pre-orders are now open for the Professor Layton Nendroid, originating from the Layton’s Mystery Journey anime. The figure comes with three faceplates including a standard expression, a smiling expression, and a closed-eyes expression. His tea set and trunk are also thrown in for good measure, not to mention a stand.

Play-Asia has opened pre-orders here, and the Nendoroid is estimated for release at the end of September. We have a few photos below.