Genji Joins Tracer as the Next Overwatch Figma

Genji Joins Tracer as the Next Overwatch Figma

I require healing.

Overwatch is a bonafide, multi-media sensation. Not only is the actual video game massively popular, but Overwatch's brand continues to grow thanks to comics, animated shorts, and toys. Today, toy maker Good Smile unveiled the second poseable Overwatch figma to join the previously released Tracer figure: Genji.

The official reveal page promises "smooth yet posable figma joints" that will let you position him in all kinds of acrobatic positions. The figma also comes with all of Genji's weapons as accessories including his blade, shuriken, and wakizashi which he uses to deflect enemy attacks. Basically all the stuff you'd expect from a Figma, a line of highly-detailed line of toys from the Japanese manufacturer. You can check out the rest of the figure's details on the official product page for the Genji figma.

Shurikens!

Overwatch toys have been releasing at a pretty steady clip ranging in style, manufacturer, and price. The Goodsmile Genji figma is available for pre-order on the Blizzard store or GoodSmile Shop for $70. However, there are also several Nendoroid figures, Funkopops, and a $450 D.Va statue available depending on what you're looking for.

Basically, if your favorite character still hasn't been made into a figure, there's a good chance that it'll happen eventually at the rate Overwatch merchandise is coming out.

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Matt Kim

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Matt Kim is a former freelance writer who's covered video games and digital media. He likes video games as spectacle and is easily distracted by bright lights or clever bits of dialogue. He also once wrote about personal finance, but that's neither here nor there.

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