Sonic to Feature in PlayStation ‘Totaku’ Figure Series

PlayStation recently announced a brand new line of collectible figures called ‘Totaku’, featuring characters from the Sony gaming brand’s illustrious history. But if whispers from the London Toy Fair are to be believed, SEGA’s own Sonic the Hedgehog could feature in a second wave of mini-statues.

Twitter user ‘My Shiny Toy Robots’ reports that the blue blur will indeed be making an appearance as one of many third-party characters to get the Totaku treatment. No pictures of the Sonic model are allowed to be shown, apparently, but official branding for the Totaku line features a familiar-looking silhouette…

Can you see it? Ain’t nobody else got that finger-wagging swag.

Sony’s PlayStation brand announced the ‘Totaku‘ figures earlier this week, in an apparent attempt to jump on board the ‘amiibo’ train. Unlike Nintendo’s collectibles, however, Totaku do not feature any NFC functionality and do not work with any PlayStation games. They’re just nice little things to look at. Which we can totally get behind, by the way.

We’ll keep an eager eye out for the latest on the Sonic Totaku figure, and we’ll make sure you guys are kept in the loop as soon as we learn more. Exciting!

Source: My Shiny Toy Robots

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Dreadknux

Sexy founder of The Sonic Stadium, and creator and co-organiser of the Summer of Sonic fan convention. By day, I'm a super-fantastic games journalist, el professionale. By night, I'm the mother-loving Sonical Batman. I keep the site ticking, look after the TSS Network, and get all excited about Sonic games so that you can too. May contain nuts.

2 Comments

  1. Eh…

    Be sure to drop an article when some modern-Sonic stuff rolls out. I’m pretty much done with Classic Sonic. Though…seems like manufacturers aren’t.

  2. So it’s not just PlayStation characters. They might as well include Cloud Strife, Ratchet & Clank, Sly Cooper, and Jak & Daxter.

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