Steins;Gate Kurisu Makise Nendoroid 2.0 Version Appears
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Steins;Gate Kurisu Makise Nendoroid 2.0 Version Appears

New versions of existing figures were among the Good Smile Company Smile Fest 2024 announcements this year. One of them was a painted prototype of the Steins;Gate Kurisu Makise Nendoroid 2.0 design, which we should see showing up for sale in the near future.

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The updated version of the Nendoroid features the character in the same outfit as the original. She’s wearing a brown coat that hangs off of her shoulders, a red tie, black shorts, and black boots. The figure will come with hand parts that let her cross her arms over her chest.

Here’s the official photo of the prototype:

To compare, here’s what the original Kurisu Nendoroid looked like back when it debuted in 2011. While no accessories were shown with the 2.0 prototype, it is possible she could come with a brown envelope and cell phone again.

There have been multiple Kurisu Nendoroids over the years. The original variant was the 130th figure in the line that Good Smile Company made. She came out in January 2011, and that was followed by rereleases in September 2011 and September 2013. A version of her in her white coat appeared at Wonder Festival Winter 2011. However, the most recent Good Smile Figure of the character wasn’t a Nendoroid. It was of her in a wedding dress.

The Steins;Gate Kurisu Makise Nendoroid 2.0 version is on the way. You can find the game on the PS3, PS4, PSP, Vita, Xbox 360, PC, and mobile devices in various regions. The anime is streaming on Crunchyroll.

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