Japan-Only Monster Hunter Amiibo on Sale at Play-Asia for $9.99 Each

Japan-Only Monster Hunter Amiibo on Sale at Play-Asia for $9.99 Each

Cup of Jho, anyone?

Impeccably timed to coincide with today's announcement that Monster Hunter World will see a worldwide release in January 2018, Play-Asia is slashing the price of its stock of the Japan-only Monster Hunter amiibo figures.

Whether you're a die-hard Monster Hunter or an obsessive amiibo collector, or in fact anywhere in between, you can set your sights on Play-Asia right now and pick up a trio of Monster Hunter amiibo figures depicting different characters and monsters from the franchise in mini, adorable figure form.

The trio of figures, specifically, are:

  • One-Eyed Rathalos & Rider Boy
  • Barioth & Ayuria
  • Qurupeco & Dan

There are other Monster Hunter amiibo available on top, too, but these three are the ones seeing the nice discount this week. This is a limited time offer from Play-Asia, though, and of course it's while stock lasts and all that jazz as well. Get 'em while you can.

Monster Hunter amiibo for $9.99 from Play-Asia

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Jamie Wallace

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Jamie is the Commerce Editor for Gamer Network and can usually be found writing about games, tech and his belief that there were never enough Jet Set Radios.

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