Yes, it is already that day of the month again, where a wave of Nendoroid news stream flows from the Japanese Hobby magazine scan. First up is Nendoroid Menma (Honma Meiko) from Ano Hana, which we have already seen in various pose yesterday. No new pics though, but we do have a release date now: February 2012. Unfortunately, she is still missing her tag price, although I guess it would be around 3500 Yen. ^^
The one in the top of the pic is Nendoroid Petit Satomura Koyo, which will be bundled with a PC game titled Fortissimo EXS//Akkord: Nächsten Phase. The game bundle is priced at a hefty 11300 Yen and scheduled for release on December 22. I have to admit that her design is quite awesome there for a Petit, but the pricing is a little too high for me. ^^;
The bottom section of the pic shows us 3 of 8 Nendoroid Plus charm that are supposed to be bundled with the upcoming PSP game Nendoroid Generation. The 3.5cm-tall figurines that were shown here are Nendoroid Plus Takamichi Nanoha, Nendoroid Plus Makise Kurisu, and Nendoroid Plus Hakurei Reimu. The whole game bundle is priced at 10480 Yen and scheduled for February 23, 2012 release. ^^
This Petit set is also bundled with game – but I cannot read the game title. I roughly translated the Petit caption (initially in Katakana): Nendoroid Petit Set: Shushu & Arutisu + Shanburu, it might be wrongly translated though.
The one you see in the pic above is Nendoroid Petit set of Shu Shu Infinite and Altis from the upcoming PS3 RPG Mugen Souls. A little bunny companion named Shanburu (Shambre?) will also be included along with the set. The whole bundle will cost you 9429 Yen, and scheduled for March 2012
Well, personally, I think this Petit pair look really unique and equally adorable compared to other Petits in general. Too bad that we don’t see many full-sized Nendoroid to get such design. ^^;
UPDATE: Nendoroid Annelotte from Queen’s Blade Rebellion, which is scheduled for (Spring) 2012 release. (Thanks for the news tip, munnydunny!)
Well, what do you think, Nendonesian?
(Thanks for the news tip, Jeff Teo! ^^)