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The Sakura Wars Nendoroid Includes Sakura Amamiya’s LIPS (System)

A new Sakura Wars Nendoroid is on the way. Sakura Amamiya, the character who is pretty much the lead heroine and is set up in-game as something of the canon love interest, will appear as a diminutive figure in January 2021. She will cost $49.99, and preorders are open at the Good Smile Company Shop until August 5, 2020.

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Sakura comes dressed in her kimono and is ready to attack with an array of “weapons.” You can have her wield the Imperial Sword her mother, Hinata, forged or give her a probably less painful broom. She has a scabbard for the sword, which she can wear at her side, too. She has a normal neutral face, one with her blushing, and one where she seems incredibly frustrated. Also, there is a LIPS System dialogue plate, which is translucent, that can be placed in front of her to offer you different “dialogue” options to win her heart.

Here’s the Sakura Nendoroid with all of her equipment.

This is not only the third Sakura Wars Nendoroid. It is the second one based on a character from the series named Sakura. Way back in 2012, the original game’s Sakura Shinguji was turned into a Nendoroid. Though, she was a little more elaborate than this Sakura, as she came with her Koubu Unit mech that she could ride around in.

The Sakura Wars Nendoroid of Sakura Amamiya will launch in January 2021. The latest Sakura Wars game is available on the PlayStation 4 worldwide.

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