30 Best Anime Action Figures and Gaming Figures to Collect

Anime and games characters have their essence encapsulated into action figures. With thousands of figures to choose from, it is hard to browse through the vast world of possibilities. This post will recommend you action figures from popular anime and game series to start your collection.

Disgaea 5 Review

Disgaea 5: Alliance of Vengeance is a strategy-based RPG from the developers over at Nippon Ichi Software, the same team behind all of the previous entries. Originally released on PC and PS4 – and later ported to the Nintendo Switch – the game was originally released on the 25th March 2015. The game has you making numerous different characters, levelling them up and improving them as you play through the game’s story mode, allowing for them to be leveled all the way to level 9,999.

Red Dead Redemption 2 Review

Red Dead Redemption 2 has been on the minds of thousands of players and fans ever since the release of the first game; a game many people consider one of Rockstar’s best. Finally released on the 26th October 2018, the game acts as a sort of prequel to the first Red Dead Redemption and fills in some of the blanks players would have had with the first game. Available on PS4 and Xbox One, the game returns you to the Western-themed setting of the Wild West, as it slowly comes to its inevitable end.

Dragon Quest XI Review

Dragon Quest XI is the 11th main instalment in the Dragon Quest series of games from the developers over at Square Enix and was released back in 2017 originally in Japan but was localised for PS4 and Steam on the 4th September 2018. This classic JRPG is designed to bring back many JRPG tropes that we all know and love, while giving them all a fresh coat of paint as the story plays out and develops in front of the player’s very eyes.

Marvel’s Spider-Man (PS4) Review

Marvel’s Spider-Man is the recently released title from developers of Ratchet & Clank fame, Insomniac Games, and was released exclusively on the PS4 on the 7th September 2018. Insomniac’s take on Spider-Man was designed to reset Spider-Man’s notion for being in some pretty bad games and finally create him one that was fun to play from start to finish, all the while managing to have some great web-swinging capabilities. Now, did Insomniac Games manage to do just that? Let’s find out!

Vampyr Review

Vampyr is the new game from Dontnod Entertainment and was released on the 5th June 2018 for PS4, Xbox One, and PC. The game is designed to be a 3rd person action RPG, where the player takes the role of a newly transformed vampire and must now balance his day to day role of finding a cure for the flue that’s ravaging the city of London, all the while fending off his now insatiable urge to hunt and kill for blood.

Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire Review

Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire is the sequel to the original Pillars of Eternity, which was an epic-RPG in the classic style. Any fans of the original Fallout games or Baldur’s Gate will know exactly what to expect from this narrative focused CRPG. Deadfire takes away from the usual fantasy motif of being set in and around forests, swamps, ruins, that sort of thing and has instead moved for the open seas in a swash-buckling adventure that has you taking command of your own ship. Even with this new addition, the developers have managed to retain what everybody loved about the original in the first place.

God of War 4 for Playstation 4 Review

God of War 4 is the latest reboot for the ever-popular God of War franchise, and while the internet has made plenty of jokes about this title being more of a glorified escort quest, with the name of Son of War. Even with these jokes, everyone has come to the general consensus that this is one of the strongest titles to have ever hit the PS4 during its lifespan.