PSO2 es Gene Stella Innocent Model Is Coming Back

pso2 es gene stella innocent version

Kotobukiya will rerelease one of its pieces of Phantasy Star Online 2 merchandise. The PSO2 es Gene Stella Innocent Version model kit will appear in stores again. This is a Megami Device and Frame Arms Girl-style kit that, when finished, results in an articulated figure about the size of a Good Smile Company figma. She will return to stores in July 2021.

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The Gene Stella Innocent Version model includes a mix up to 200 parts of different color pieces of plastic. Like the other Kotobukiya models, everything snaps together and glue and paint aren’t required. Face plates are included, as are a few parts that already have painted accents. Nippers and a file are recommended tools, and waterslide decals are often included for certain accents. When finished, she’ll have her saber with additional parts and additional hand parts for posing.

This character and design are by Nidy-2D, who also created Kotobukiya’s Megami Device Asra Archer and Ninja model kits. As such, the PSO2 es Gene Stella Innocent figure is completely compatible with Megami Device kits and their face plates. It also has the same neck join in them and 3mm openings for accessories.

Here’s a better look at Gene Stella.

Kotobukiya offered multiple versions of Gene, sometimes known as Jeanne, over the years. There was also a Tears Version in 2020. The company also has a normal 1/7th figure of the Japan-only PSO2 es mobile game heroine. While the new pre-order page isn’t open yet for this kit, it cost $59.99 when it originally launched in 2020.

PSO2 es Gene Stella Innocent Version model kit will reappear in July 2021.

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