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Max Factory’s Ulala Figma Is Now Available for Pre-Order

Ulala, the main character of Sega’s Space Channel 5 games, is celebrating her birthday today. At the same time, Max Factory has opened pre-orders for their Ulala figma, initially revealed in July last year during Wonfes 2016. The figma is set to be released this December, and in two different versions. There’s the Ulala: Cheery White Version and the Ulala: Exciting Orange Version, the latter which is exclusively available via Good Smile Company. The figma measures approximately 150mm in height and has moveable eyes. Also included with the figma are a microphone, gun, three Morolians and an articulated figma stand. The standard price for both figmas is 7,800 yen, tax included (around $70 USD). You can find a few pre-order links for various online stores below, along with a couple of photos and a promotional video by Good Smile Company.

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Wonder Festival 2016 Summer – Figure Images and Updates!

This past weekend saw the arrival of Wonder Festival 2016 Summer and a large haul of promotional images for SEGA, Atlus, King of Fighters, and Kantai Collection-related garage kits. We’ve included an exhaustive list of relevant announcement/work-in-progress images below. Please be advised that some of the garage kits and/or their source links are NSFW.

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Take a Look at the SEGA Figures Shown at Wonfes 2016

Wonder Festival 2016 Winter has come and gone, revealing plenty of new anime and video game related figures. Those of course also include figures based on SEGA and Atlus games. SEGA and the companies behind the figures have been posting their figures shown at Wonfes on their social media, and we compiled as many as possible in this article, and included links to our official source for the images. For this article, we’ll be focusing on the figures and announcements related to SEGA franchises (we’ll be making a separate article for the ones from Atlus). Fair warning: some of the figures and illustrations are rather risqué.

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