The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Nendoroid Announced

Good Smile Company has announced that their newest Zelda Nendoroid, based off Link in The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, will come in both standard and DX forms.

The standard version includes the figure, bows, arrows, a quiver, shield, sword, sheath, and Shekiah Slate.

The DX version includes all of this, plus a horse, chicken leg, club, axe, and hood. While not available seperately, the horse can be ridden by other Link Nendoroids, such as the Majora’s Mask 3D Link.On their site, Good Smile says this about the Nendoroid figurine:

From ‘The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild’, the latest addition to the popular The Legend of Zelda series comes a Nendoroid of the main character, Link! He comes with two face plates including a smiling face as well as a shouting expression for combat scenes.

Optional parts include a large selection of items including his bow and arrow, quiver, sword, sheath and shield allowing you to recreate various situations in Nendoroid size! The Sheikah Slate that appears in-game is also included for a huge selection of parts to choose from! Enjoy the brand new design of Link in your collection with Nendoroid Link: Breath of the Wild Ver.!

The figure will be available for pre-order tomorrow. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild launches March 3rd for Nintendo Switch and Wii U.

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  • catazxy

    It looks good, actually.

  • Shelltoon

    Nendoroids are supposed to. I have a Miku 2.0 and a Galko-Chan Nendo, their quality is superb.

  • GravityMage

    Nice-looking nendoroid. I just wish we could get a Midna one.

  • Fear Me I Am Free

    What the fuck is a Nendoroid? Is it like an Amiibo? Seriously I really want to know how much Nintendo makes off their games compared to what they make off of merchandising.

  • chero666

    They’re literally “chibi-figurines.” They’re quite popular for people that want a bit more “moe” on their shelves.

    http://www.goodsmile.info/en/aboutnendoroids

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  • EroBotan

    nendo is good but now i switched to cu-poche for posability

  • SmugMidna.png

    This. They’re good quality, are usually under $60USD, and are fucking adorable. Some can be a bit fiddly with the positioning, but totally worth it.

  • scemar

    that looks good

    better than any amibo

  • Clicks Clacks

    Never really liked Nendoroids, I just don’t care for the chibi look on anything bigger than a keychain /phone charm.

    I’d kill for a Nedroid Nendoroid though.
    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/431034f68369773a8ad231848a52aec23d038ac0164a7a5295d7815af185f799.png

  • scemar

    those look nice too

  • Quetzalcoatl

    fucking weeb