With Pokémon: Let's go, Pikachu! and let's go, Eevee! finally on the store shelves (and in the Switch cartridge slots) Bandai has launched a new wave of adorable "Pokémon Kids" figures in Japan.
Found often in Pokémon Centers, supermarkets or grocery stores, these little toys are essentially small puppet figures, and this latest collection features a selection of monsters featured in the new games. Of course, this means that every Pokémon belongs to the famous first generation and that there are 11 to collect in total (Charizard, Metapod, Pikachu, Raichu, Jigglypuff, Magnemite, Gengar, Lapras, Eevee, Mewtwo and a Mew much rarer).
Everyone enters his own box designed like a Game Boy, with a small sticker and a piece of candy thrown in for good measure. As you can imagine, Japanese fans aim to gather as many as possible, but getting your sets from the west can be quite difficult. At the time of writing, the figures appear to be available for around $ 5.99 each from PokeVault (their standard price in Japan before tax is about $ 1.60).
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