Fresh off the Super Professional 2 Director’s Cut, Fools Paradise switches things up by recasting the plumber and princess into new roles with Super Run. Sitting on a familiar bench, Gump ponders the meaning of life as he opens a box of chocolates (power-up boxes) alongside Peach who’s reading from a Fools Paradise catalog.
The deluxe vinyl set is fully realized including the details on both figures such as the pigeon poop on Gump’s shoes, the bench with nice textural effects, and Gump’s accessories including his Fools Gum Squid Co. hat and his old-school suitcase.
Very much in the holiday spirit, Ciecy has created two Christmas-themed Tapoos for Toy Soul. First up is the Let it Snow full-size Tapoo (edition of 50) decked out in the traditional red + green with some gold accents in a design that partially reveals the clear spaceship. She also is dropping the Reindeer in Snowfield Mini Tapoo (edition of 50) which is only the second mini and follows the Milk Magazine exclusive mini which dropped about a week ago. Both of these will be available at the IDEE Productions booth [I01] — Let it Snow on Friday and Reindeer in Snowfield on Saturday. Happy hunting.
The hits just keep coming. Fallout 76 players have been quite vocal about their displeasure with the West Virginia Wasteland. A thin story, poor multiplayer implementation, a tedious inventory system, and bugs galore plague the latest Fallout game. But the latest complaint suggests Bethesda’s shortcomings aren’t limited to just the software.
At E3, Bethesda announced a limited $199 Power Armor edition of Fallout 76. The centerpiece was a wearable T-51b Power Armor helmet, but it had some other goodies. Among them was a “Canvas West Tek Duffel Bag,” meant to store the helmet.
People who ponied up for the expensive Fallout 76 edition got something much cheaper in quality. The bag that shipped was actually nylon, not canvas. There’s a big difference. Canvas is heavy duty and can stand up to some wear and tear. Nylon is the flimsy junk that 5K Walk for the Cure promotional bags are made of.
WOOTBEAR EVENT PRESS: “Andrea Kang returns to Woot Bear; this time she will bring John Bond for their joint show titled Tiny Universe. In June 2016, we hosted Andrea for her solo show, “I See Bears”. She also joined a group of the best female talent for “Feminamorphe II” in February 2017.
‘Tiny Universe’ sees John joining forces with Illustrator and Toy Designer, Andrea Kang. His new works
What The Devil? Godmachine’s crazy 8” in Pink (and blue) ? I Am Retro will debut their exclusive edition of the 8” Dunny from Godmachine and Kidrobot at DesignerCon. Limited to 150 pieces, the pink edition will debut at their booth [#2029]. They will also have a DCon Exclusive silk screen print (18 x 24”, 50 pcs), smaller litho prints and Godmachine T’s. Arcane Divination keeps coming — look for more in ‘19.
Apparently it was too early to observe that the flow of leaks via Weibo had seemed to subside, as usual-suspect "tf-factory" has put out a few minor items in the last little while. We’ve got copies of the final stock images for Voyager wave 1, showing the packaging and robot and vehicle images for Optimus Prime and Megatron. This is not our first time seeing the Voyager packaging, as it had been displayed at Summer Wonderfest in Japan immediately after SDCC. We also have images of the covers for the Hasbro Asia variants of the instructions for wave 1 Battle Masters, which brought an interesting detail to light, especially when taken together with the Voyager packaging. Click through to find out more!
Sesameseedcat’s Uniman is too busy exploring and fulfilling his foodie desires to end up as a plate of Sushi. Along with his bff, Wasabi-chan, he’s now starring in his very own blindbox series from Mighty Jaxx. The series features five designs with Uniman in various poses and one mystery chase…
“HUNGRY” by California-based artist Collin Hoffman AKA Big C is a OOAK custom-SprayeeQ with spray-can art, to be made available at the coming New York Comic Con 2018 (Oct 4-7) exclusively via the TENACIOUS COLLECTIVE Booths 780 / 882 / 876 for only US$200!
SWIPE below IG-slidwhsow image to view MORE ion this splendid pieces, and so check out more art from the BIG C via his Instagram @bigc.art
This morning Sony did the unthinkable. After over a year of denying requests for cross-play between the PS4 and other console competitors like Xbox One and Switch, even going so far as to justify the lack of a feature because “PlayStation is the best place to play,” they kicked off a Fortnite beta, opening up the potential for full cross-platform unity. The key word is “potential,” as the flood gates aren’t completely open yet.
Given that Psyonix has been one of the biggest champions of PS4/Xbox One cross-play since the very start of the conversation, Destructoid reached out to them for comment and received the following response from Jeremy Dunham, Vice President of Publishing at Psyonix:
“We are really happy for the PlayStation and Fortnite communities and think that this is a great step forward. We know that Rocket League players and our own community want to know what this means for them as well, but we don’t have any updates at the moment. In the meantime, we recommend reaching out to PlayStation directly for any further comment.”
In other words, more conversations need to happen, and it’s clear that Sony isn’t allowing cross-play for everything like Microsoft has. Time will tell if Rocket League gets the Gladiator thumbs up, and right now all eyes are on Minecraft, which supports cross-play between PC, Xbox One, Switch, and mobile platforms. Will it be the next wall to crumble? Or will Sony still remain adamantly against cross-play given that Microsoft owns the IP?