Bring Arts NEO TWEWY Rindo and Minamimoto Figure Preorders Open

NEO TWEWY Rindo Minamimoto Figure

Square Enix has opened pre-orders for two new Bring Arts NEO: The World Ends with You Rindo and Minamimoto figures. Each figure is priced at ¥9,680 (about $89) and ships March 5, 2021. Both figures come with multiple face and hand parts for customization and attachable quote bubbles featuring memorable quotes from the game in English and Japanese.

The Rindo figure will come with three different interchangeable face parts, including one masked version and two unmasked versions with his “normal” and “intense” expressions. He also comes with several hand parts as well as a holdable smartphone device. The figure itself is fully poseable and highly detailed, down to Rindo’s ripped jeans and outer jacket. Additionally, he comes with two speech bubbles and one thought bubble, which you can check out below.

Alternatively, Minamimoto’s NEO TWEWY figure will come with three face parts of the character looking suspicious, grimacing, or laughing menacingly. Similarly, he will come with multiple hand parts that allow him to carry his signature megaphone, as well as a part to make him cross his arms. Minamimoto also comes with a textured reptilian leather jacket and, like Rindo, includes three attachable speech bubbles.

Pre-orders from the Square Enix eStore will also include an acrylic stand with the NEO TWEWY logo. Square Enix also recently revealed a new Joshua figure from TWEWY: The Animation, among other recent figure reveals from the anime adaptation.

Both the NEO TWEWY Minamimoto and Rindo figures are currently available on the Square Enix Japan eStore and cost ¥9,680 (about $89). There is currently no confirmed pre-order end date. Also, the figures are not listed on the EU or North American eStore. We’ll keep readers updated on if or when they arrive.

NEO: The World Ends With You is currently available on Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4.

Andrew Kiya
Andrew Kiya is a mixed Japanese writer, streamer, and activist. Born in Japan, and raised in both Japan and the United States, he is forever waiting for the next Ape Escape game.