Play Arts

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Play Arts were a set of officially-licensed action figures for Kingdom Hearts, made between Square Enix and Japanese figure company Kotobukiya, and are part of Square-Enix's much larger Play Arts line. The Play Arts line ended in 2010 after Square Enix ended the contact with Kotobukiya and switch over to a new revamp line of figures; Play Arts Kai.

List of Released Figures[edit]

Series One Figures[edit]

Each figure is fully articulated and comes with one or two props related to the game, usually weapons. The figures were released as follows:

Five special edition figures of Sora were released, one for each of his Drive Forms.

Series Two Figures[edit]

This set features two characters in the first Kingdom Hearts style and one from Kingdom Hearts II style. They are as follows:

  • 1. Sora in his standard outfit from the first game, with Kingdom Key. Initial released in December 2008.
  • 2. Riku in his standard outfit from the first game, with Soul Eater. Initial released in December 2008.
  • 3. King Mickey in his organization cloak, with Kingdom Key D. Initial released in December 2008.

Series Three Figures[edit]

This series features characters in their original Kingdom Hearts designs; the released figures are as follows:

  • 1. Sora in his Halloween Town outfit, with the Pumpkinhead Keyblade. Initial released in April 2009.
  • 2. Cloud Strife in his first outfit from Olympus Coliseum with the bandaged Buster Sword. Initial released in April 2009.
  • 3. Sephiroth in outfit from Olympus Coliseum, with his Masamune. Initial released in April 2009.

Series Four Figures[edit]

The characters in this set include:

  • 1. Sora in his Christmas Town outfit from Kingdom Hearts II Final Mix, with the Decisive Pumpkin Keyblade. Initial released in April 2010.
  • 2. King Mickey in his standard outfit from Kingdom Hearts II, with Kingdom Key D. Initial released in April 2010.
  • 3. Jack Skellington and Zero from Kingdom Hearts II Initial released in April 2010.

Play Arts Arms[edit]

The Keyblades featured in the Play Arts Arms collection. Clockwise from the top: Oblivion, Wishing Lamp, Ultima Weapon (KHII version), Ultima Weapon (KH version). Center: Oathkeeper.

In August 2008, a set of five extra Keyblades, called Play Arts Arms were released to go with the existing Play Arts figures or to display separately. The collection includes:

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