What's better than a Bowser amiibo, you ask? How about a factory defect Bowser amiibo that holds his own detached head in his hand for you?
I wonder what the ebay price would be for a factory screw up?
Considering grown adults buy these toys, I would say a lot.
Can someone explain how these defects occur?
It's funny how the head it's casually on the hand, so my guess it's that they had to make this in purpose in the factory. Who knows why, but maybe it was because someone was simply a bit bored.
Could be a machine that was slightly nicked during production and it was too late to correct the error?
To be, or not to be...a kidnapping-obsessed demon turtle.XD
Thank you for the laugh wonderfulmonkeyman.
At times I wonder if some of these factory defects are purposeful. I mean, I'm sure the first few weren't but seeing how much of a sought after product these unique models are, and how extreme some of the more recent defects are, Nintendo just makes them to maintain hype. most likely not, but there it is ;)
defects happen a lot in the manufacturing stages. its also bad for nintendo if they have lots of defect products. its really not worth it
This is not new playstaion statues did this years ago pfft they invented everything.
Nintendo was churning out toys of their mascots before Sony even THOUGHT of making figures of anything of theirs.XD
Luigi's mansion anyone?
These sort of 'defects' are too deliberate; and must be crafted by Nintendo for marketing reasons; or purchased, intentionally altered, and resealed by people to sell for tons on ebay.
There was a hyperlink on there to another defective amiibo, which I clicked, then on that page it mentions another so I clicked that, just a continuous loop of 'defective' amiibos... The more I read into these things, the more deliberate they seem...
HEY MARIO, WANNA SEE MAGIC TRICK?! *PLOP* TADAAAAAAAH /bloodeverywhere
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