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Luke Brown

Now Editor-in-chief of Arcade Sushi, Luke Brown is an experienced video game journalist who has contributed to Official Xbox Magazine and Games Radar. An avid comic fan and action figure junkie, he also founded The Quarter Bin, and co-hosts one of the top-rated video game podcasts on iTunes, the Continuecast.
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Toy Fair 2014: McFarlane Toys Heeds the Assassin’s Creed

McFarlane Toys might have been best known for its sports and Spawn figures before Halo 3 came out, but with the acquisition of Microsoft's flagship franchise, the company exploded into the gaming scene. Now, McFarlane reps Halo to an insane degree and has expanded to a successful partnership with Ubisoft and the Assassin's Creed franchise.

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Toy Fair 2014: ThreeA’s Big, Bad Metal Gear Ray and More

Though video game licenses aren't where ThreeA built its brand, that's certainly where some of the company's most impressive collectibles have come from. Originally started as a joint collaboration between Kim Fung Wong and Ashley Wood, ThreeA has expanded from publishing and manufacturing high-end books and figures based on Wood's designs into the likes of Metal Gear Solid, Portal 2, Halo and more. At Toy Fair this year, ThreeA had a host of massive creations on display, each of which is more impressive than the last.

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Toy Fair 2014: Square Enix Plays Nice With Metal Gear, Batman and More

It seems like Square Enix has been making collectibles and action figures for video games for almost as long as its been developing the games themselves. This year at Toy Fair, the manufacturing side of Square showed off a bunch of cool new additions to existing lines, including all-new Play Arts Kai figures for Batman: Arkham Origins, Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes and surprisingly, Titanfall.

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Category: General
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Toy Fair 2014: Good Smile Diversifies with Silent Hill and Zelda

Good Smile has long been a favorite of collectible importers here in the States. The company's line of Nendodroids and Figmas are among some of the most desirable at specialty shops, and Good Smile's penchant for dipping into obscure properties (at least in the U.S.) has always made devout fans happy. However, this year, Good Smile is continuing its trend of bringing big time properties to life with new additions from Nintendo and Konami.

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Toy Fair 2014: An Infinite Crisis at DC Collectibles

DC Comics has been no stranger to the video game crowd of late, what with the wildly successful Batman: Arkham franchise and the upcoming MOBA Infinite Crisis adding new characters left and right. It was no surprise then to find DC Collectibles hosting a handful of new figures based on the company's most recent video game efforts at Toy Fair.

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Capo Toys Street Fighter
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Toy Fair 2014: Capo Toys Brings Street Fighter to Life Once More

Street Fighter just never seems to go out of style. That said, few companies have been able to sustain similar success to the video game with a toy franchise. Since NECA's attempt to revitalize the line SOTA abandoned in 2009, there hasn't been much in the way of Capcom-related combat sports figures. That's something Capo Toys hopes to rectify in 2014.

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Category: News

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