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6 Comments on NECA Bioshock Infinite Elizabeth Figure Review

  1. Laura Hall

    This is sure to be a nice game and I will surely play it! Bioshock Infinite FTW! I like the plot of the game especially that it is not connected to the previous bioschock games. This will make gamers anticipate the game more.

  2. Party Cannon

    Excellent review! You are spot on about picking out a figure in person. A TRU employee was nice enough to pull out a fresh box. I think we agree the eyes are the most important painted aspect of this figure, for it was the primary aspect that I inspected and based my choice on. Out of 6 or so figures, I chose one with a flawless face, yet arriving home I noticed a faint grey spot on her left hand. Yet, when it comes down to it, the face is the most important. It is a rare situation when you can “have everything.” haha.

    Overall, great figure. I hope they make Booker! Thanks for the review!

    • Weston

      @Laura Hall – I hope you enjoyed the game as much as I did!

      @Party Cannon – Thank you! You’re most welcome, I’m glad you enjoyed it. I’m adapting my future reviews to be more concentrated, yet containing the same coverage and style.
      I’m pleased to inform you NECA will be offering an Infinite Booker this Fall, with a possible reveal at SDCC 2013 for the prototype. At the time of sculpting Elizabeth and the Boy of Silence, Irrational had not provided NECA with a design/portrait for them to sculpt off of, hence his absence in Series 1.

  3. Catworth

    She looks good, all the ones I’ve found she looks like a drug addict with bags under her eyes and her freckles contribute to the druggy, blotchy skin look.

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