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Zelda: Skyward Sword Diorama Now Available For Pre-order

by Justin Berube - March 29, 2016, 3:37 pm PDT
Total comments: 4 Source: First 4 Figures, First 4 Figures

First 4 Figures is at it again with another premium Nintendo collectible.

A new diorama based on a memorable battle in The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword is now available for pre-order from First 4 Figures. The diorama features Link battling Scervo on the edge of the Sandship.

Those who follow Nintendo collectables might recognize the Link and Scervo figures present in this diorama. That's because they've been available at GameStop for several months now. The figures in the diorama are exactly the same and thus made out of PVC instead of the typical polystone from other pieces from First 4 Figures. The new addition to the collection, the Sandship base, is made of polystone.

Because the Link and Scervo figures have been available for months, and at the time of this writing are still available from GameStop online (here and here), two versions of the diorama are being offered.

The first version comes with both the Link and Scervo figures as well as the Sandship base for a price of $349.99 USD. The other version includes only the Sandship base, for those that already purchased the figures, and costs $199.99 USD. The Sandship base measures 20" x 11" x 8" itself, but with both figures on comes to 20" x 11" x 15". The edition size of the base is limited and will be determined in two weeks. Both versions are scheduled to ship during Q3 2016.

The full version can be pre-ordered here, and the base only model can be pre-ordered here.

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Talkback

pokepal148March 29, 2016

For collectors and people who like bad video games.

CaterkillerMatthew Osborne, Contributing WriterMarch 29, 2016

Quote from: pokepal148

For collectors and people who like bad video games.

All lies.

This diorama is lame, a true collector like me wouldn't be satisfied with such piece and I love good games! Good games like Skyward Sword!

Dan LaserMarch 29, 2016

This is a neat set, but I don't like all that black airbrushed shadow on the figures (it really doesn't work for this game's art style, either). I really dislike the glossy look of a lot of the First 4 Figures, too. It makes them look cheap.

And Skyward Sword is good and fun!

fred13March 30, 2016

Skyward Sword is a really fun game, but those pictures aren't near fuzzy enough to make me feel nostalgic so I won't be buying them.

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