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New Gears of War Action Figures in Development

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The National Entertainment Collectibles Association, or the NECA for short, recently unveiled plans to unleash a fourth edition to the Gears of War (series 1) action figures. While you can't actually buy these figures yet, if you're in the market for such trinkets, we do happen to have pretty pictures and a description from NECA.
A deadly asset for the Locust Horde, the Locust Sniper is equipped to destroy humans with its high-powered sniper rifle, and is especially intent on blowing away the members of Delta Squad in Epic Games' smash hit Gears of War. Sporting goggles and a game-accurate Longshot Rifle with scope, the Locust Sniper Action Figure hits shelves this spring with the rest of Gears of War Series 1!
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Not counting collectors, aren't action figures generally for little children? And iirc GoW was rated M... odd, no?
 
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you got no clue how many adult men collect toys!!!!!!

i dont, unless u count computers, but i know at least 20 guys who do, all of them do it because to them its fun, they dont play with them, but they arent likly to sell them eather lol

i use to have some anime action figuars/statues but.....well my ex.......i hate that cu....t
 

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I have a couple but mainly "Clive Barkers Tortured Souls" figures and honestly these things i doubt would ever get sold to a child : /

Plan on getting a GoW figure to sit next to my 24" LCD when i get it :cool: