Togainu no Chi PSP Limited edition with nendoroid puchi (petit) Akira arrives!
Title: 咎狗の血 True Blood Portable DXパック Togainu no Chi Portable DX pack
Limited edition Price: 7,140 Yen (w/tax)
Limited edition bonus: Akira Nendoroid Puchi (9999 pieces only)
Release date: 23 December 2010
Back to the review. This is the back of the packaging.
Sides of the box packaging.
Unboxed. Includes the game disc, Nendoroid box, screen cleaner and a small leaflet about CHiRAL MOBiLE service.
The cover jacket of the disc package is the same as the normal edition. On the right is the nendoroid petit box package.
Another packaging shot.
The inside with disc and the instruction booklet.
Finally! Nendoroid petit Akira unboxed. He was wrapped with thick bubble wrap (not in pic).
Mug shot of Akira, taken lying down. He measures 6.5 cm tall (including his ahoge hair)
The back view. The hole in his wrist reminds me of Playmobil/Lego toys lol~
360 degree shots coming up. Front and back views. Face looks very good. Just like the prototype.
Angle views. I didn’t push his blade further into the hole in his hand just in case it gets stuck cos by the time it went that much in, it seemed very tight.
Details of his chibi right hand was nicely defined. Paint work is pretty good.
Akira dissembled :D Notice, the nicely painted zipper, dog-tag and chain details.
Back view. As a typical nendoroid petit, you can change his parts with other nendoroid petits in your collection too.
Chibi Akira army! :D Also shows the size comparisons.
How does Akira measure up when standing next to Junjou Nendoroid Petits Usami and Misaki?
Same pose! And Oo~ Akira in a suit! What’s behind the teddy bear? :D
Final Verdict: If your aim is only the figure… :-\ hmm… to be honest, I don’t think he is worth that much unless you can sell off the game or something. But if he was a full-sized nendoroid or a figma bundled with the game, then probably yes. Personally, I would have preferred to have a figma instead.
However, if you intend to play the games as well, then Nendoroid Petit Akira is definitely a bonus and worth getting cos it is a Playstation 2 port with an extra mini game. I can’t review the games yet because I don’t have a PSP console! OTL but I’ll review it when I can borrow or afford to buy one ^^;;; If you’ve already played the PSP games, please share your thoughts.