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Submitted by mathsman 759d ago | news

Halo 4: Series 2 Action Figures Launch

The continuing popularity of Halo 4 some seven months after launch is nothing to be sniffed at. In fact it’s something to be celebrated, and that’s exactly what Microsoft Studios and McFarlane Toys are doing with the official UK launch of the second series of Halo 4 action figures, available beginning today. (Culture, Halo 4, Xbox 360)

Jek_Porkins  +   759d ago
I have all the first series and the detail is simply amazing, definitely worth buying if you're a fan of the series. This new series looks awesome as well, pretty good price for collectors too.
spaceg0st  +   759d ago
worst designed toys ever. who the hell needs to be able to adjust mid-foot, or ankle angles... it's more of a chore actually trying to keep these with normal human forms than it is fun. I guess if you plan on posting these up and never touching them, then it's fine. But if you have a kid, these are poorly designed

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