Plush Dolls From 12 Different Games


Plush Dolls From 12 Different Games

It seems that plush dolls will always be part of video game collectibles. They are more popular in Japan than they are anywhere else, but all over the world you will find plush collectors. They are fairly low cost items which makes them an easy addition to any collection. Check through today’s listing for some of your favorite games or characters!

Jumping Flash 2 – Captain Kabuki

Monster Hunter Tri – Set of 3

Lost Planet 2 – Salamander

Animal Crossing – K.K. Slider

Animal Crossing – Tom Nook

Animal Crossing – Blathers

Rayman Raving Rabbids – Rabbit

Pikmin – Pink Leaf

Bio Shock 2 – Subject Delta

Kingdom Hearts 2 – Roxas

Little Big Planet – Sackboy

New Super Mario Bros. Wii – Red Mushroom Keychain

New Super Mario Bros. Wii – Koopa Troopa Keychain

Mother 2 (Earthbound) – Doseisan & Geppu (Mr. Saturn & Master Belch)

Final Fantasy VIII – Squall

New Super Mario Bros. DS – Green 1-Up Mushroom plush dolls.

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  1. I figured the same for the Squaresoft / Square-Enix items… Maybe the Jumping Flash 2 as well. Do you know if the Monster Hunter plushes are real Brett?

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