Big Bad Toy Store begins pre-orders on cool new Nintendo figures and plushes

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Ever want to show your love for a Nintendo series off by displaying a cool figure on your shelf, or maybe you've always wanted to cuddle with a cute Yoshi plush? Then you might like what our sponsor has to offer. Here's some of their latest stuff, all recently made available for pre-order.

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Coming from Medicom is their newest Ultra Detail figure, featuring Link, decked out in his sweet Ocarina of Time outfit. The figure is about the size of an amiibo, and if you really wanted to, you could even slap an NFC sticker on the bottom of this Link in order to make your own, better OOT style Link figure for use in Breath of the Wild! He's only $14.99, making for an incredibly cheap way to add one of the most memorable variations of The Hero of Time to your collection.

:arrow: Medicom Ocarina of Time Link figure - $14.99

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Good morning, everyone! There's a special island announcement today! You can get yourself an adorable Isabelle plush, perfect for all those excited Animal Crossing fans out there! She stands at 6" tall, and is made by Little Buddy, the officially licensed plush company that Nintendo has been working with for years now. You can add Isabelle to your islander lineup for just $17.99.

:arrow: Animal Crossing Isabelle plush - $17.99

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Have you been enjoying the latest Mario Maker 2 update? This Builder Mario plush sure hopes you do! Standing at 10" tall, this guy is soft, huggable, and perfect for those who want to collect every form of Mario out there, or for kids wanting to have fun with Mario Maker adventures of their own, even when they're not playing it!

:arrow: Super Mario Builder plush - $26.99
:arrow: And don't forget about poor Luigi!

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Who's that Pokemon? It's Lucario! This Bandai Pokemon model kit features both Riolu and its evolution Lucario in a two-part set, complete with Aura Sphere action. Take on the fun project of building your own Lucario figure, without the need for any tools. Just snap the pieces together like LEGO to form one of the most popular Pokemon out there!

:arrow: Pokemon: Lucario & Riolu model kit - $14.99
:arrow: Mewtwo model kit - $9.99
:arrow: Lugia model kit - $9.99

Big Bad Toy Store is a huge online shop that, as the name implies, sells every toy you could imagine. They've been around since the early days of the internet, back when you'd need to go to a website using www. (because there was no Google) and wait upwards of ten minutes for toy images to load, because all you had was dial-up internet.

Their long-lasting history shows that these guys are trustworthy, and that they've been at the toy-selling business for longer than some of you have been alive! And worry not, if you're interested in checking out their stuff, Big Bad Toy Store ships to a ton of countries! Including not just the United States, but Canada, the UK, many European countries, and even Australia! As a bonus for all those Americans out there, BBTS also offers $4 flat-rate shipping, no matter how many items you buy at once.

So go on, and check them out! Be sure to support GBAtemp by visiting our referral link, below.

:arrow: Big Bad Toy Store - Official Site
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Looks like bootleg stuff you can find WAY cheaper in your nearest Flea Market.
You must have amazing flea markets in Mexico.
Where I live in UK you just can't buy stuff like this unless you're prepared to pay a ridiculous markup, or buy fakes.

This site let's you queue preorders without a down-payment and has a flat shipping rate of just 4bux worldwide. That is unmatched elsewhere so hello Bumblebee DLX Scale Collectible Series Optimus Prime!
 
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You must have amazing flea markets in Mexico.
Where I live in UK you just can't buy stuff like this unless you're prepared to pay a ridiculous markup, or buy fakes.

This site let's you queue preorders without a down -payment and has a flat shipping rate of just 4bux worldwide. That is unmatched elsewhere so hello Bumblebee DLX Scale Collectible Series Optimus Prime!
Really? I'm surprised with your answer.
Yes you can find this kind of stuff in Flea / Street Markets to be honest.
 
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Really? I'm surprised with your answer.
Yes you can find this kind of stuff in Flea / Street Markets to be honest.
Yeah, adding on as an American, you can either go to Target and spend way too much money on cheap plushies (Tomy's Pokemon line, the Jinx Minecraft line that's declined over time) of mainstream popular franchises, or buy stuff on Amazon, where you're tossing a coin on the chance that it's going to arrive as a bootleg or not. I have to watch what I buy now because I've returned too many fakes. I live in a large typical American city here and I'm pretty much out of luck if I wanted to buy these locally. I don't give a crap about loyalty to any storefront (and I'm not saying this because they're a sponsor), but BBTS at least has really cheap shipping for me. I have a vice, and it's small plushies, and they can fuel my addiction lol.
 

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Yeah, adding on as an American, you can either go to Target and spend way too much money on cheap plushies (Tomy's Pokemon line, the Jinx Minecraft line that's declined over time) of mainstream popular franchises, or buy stuff on Amazon, where you're tossing a coin on the chance that it's going to arrive as a bootleg or not. I have to watch what I buy now because I've returned too many fakes. I live in a large typical American city here and I'm pretty much out of luck if I wanted to buy these locally. I don't give a crap about loyalty to any storefront (and I'm not saying this because they're a sponsor), but BBTS at least has really cheap shipping for me. I have a vice, and it's small plushies, and they can fuel my addiction lol.

I mean... I'm not into this kind of stuff. The only thing I collect is Minerals / Rocks (they're not rocks!)

But I have bought plushies for my nephews in the past, and to be honest with ya'll... I get a little bit jealous because the plushies I've got are well done and cheap. Like they resemble the characters almost perfectly. And I can get them in the local Street Market, literally in the corner of my street.
Not sure if they're made of quality material because, again, I've just got some for my nephews.
I should probably get one for myself some time... probably... Squirtle or... Larvitar
 

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D*ng it, a few bucks too many
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This price is on border with insanity to be honest.
That's 2 average salaries in my country!

I honestly think these figures are overpriced, i don't care the effort and quality of it, its just to much.
And it additionally makes me mad cause i know i can never buy this...
 
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