Virtua Fighter Akira Yuki action figure

Virtua Fighter Akira Yuki Action Figure Pre-Orders Are Open

Sega and Storm Collectibles have opened pre-orders for a new action figure of Akira Yuki from Virtua Fighter 5 Ultimate Showdown. People can place an order for the figure on select web stores including Amiami, which supports international shipping.

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Akira’s figure will have a 1/10 scale with an approximate height of 18 cm (~7 inches). The figure will come with several alternate hand parts, and three head parts showing different facial expressions. It will also include a special effect part that the buyer can use to further emphasize Akira’s punches.

Sega previously revealed the Virtua Fighter Akira Yuki action figure in October 2021. With a price tag of 14,300 yen (~$125), it initially planned to open pre-orders for the figure in mid-December 2021. However, it did not actually started opening the pre-orders until now, roughly one month later. Sega and Storm Collectibles will ship the finished products in September 2022.

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Akira Yuki is the protagonist and poster boy of the Virtua Fighter franchise, similar to Street Fighter‘s Ryu. In the Yakuza collaboration pack that Sega released for Virtua Fighter 5 Ultimate Showdown in December 2021, Akira received an outfit inspired by Kazuma Kiryu.

Virtua Fighter 5 Ultimate Showdown is immediately available worldwide on PlayStation 4. The game is also playable in arcades in Japan, where it is known as Virtua Fighter esports.

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