Today the Miyazawa Mokei Spring Exhibition 2019 was hosted in Japan, and as usual, the event brought quite a few reveals of figures related to video games.
Tokyo-based retailer AmiAmi took to Twitter to showcase all the new models, and below you can check out those that are inspired by game characters.
As usual, keep in mind that the figures showcased below are prototypes, and many are still unpainted.
We start strong with a Futaba Sakura figma from Persona 5 by Max Factory.
FREEing makes another addition to its Bunny Girl line of figures with Chiaki Nanami from Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair.
Devil May Cry 5 is coming in strong, and Kotobukiya presented the first colored look at Nero and Dante that were presented in grey prototype form at Wonder Festival in February.
The Idolmaster Cinderella Girls is getting a new Hikaru Nanjo figure by Wave.
We also get Miku Maekawa in her Dreaming Bride version by Knead.
More Idolmaster with Hibiki Ganaha Tsutawaru from Million Live by FunnyKnights.
Azur Lane is, as usual, quite popular with figure manufacturers, so here’s Illustrious by Wanderer.
Despite the competition from Azur Lane, Kantai Collection is still going strong, so here’s Jervis by FunnyKNights.
If you loke Pokemon games, here’s a collection of polygonal models by Sentinel.
You can’t have a figure exhibition without the inevitable Fate specimens, starting with Fate/EXTELLA LINK’s Gilgamesh by Union Creative.
And Fate/Grand Order closes the collection with a bunny girl version of Scathach.