Expensive Statue Of Link Available To Suckers For Only $425.00

Are you a sucker? Or perhaps a very wealthy person who has tons of expendable cash lying around and simply burning it in front of the poor people in your neighborhood has lost its allure? Are you obsessed with a Zelda game that was awkwardly ported from GameCube to Wii? If so, then have I got a deal for you! First 4 Figures, makers of officially licensed collectable figurines, have created the remarkable statue of Link and Epona that you see above. Inspired by Twilight Princess, the piece is 16 inches tall and 16 inches across and is hand-painted on synthetic stone. It also costs $424.99. That’s four hundred and twenty four DOLLARS.

If seeing this taking up space on your mantle would bring your living room to perfection, then you’d best get cracking – they’re only making 1500 of them. Why, it’s just the thing to show the squares you’re forced to rub elbows with at the yearly billionaire conference in Davos that, despite your obscene wealth, you haven’t forgotten how to have a good time. Plus, it might give your servants a glimpse at the culture of gaming they couldn’t otherwise afford on the salary you’re paying them.

Yes, yes, this is a beautifully rendered collectible. But come on, seriously. It’s 425.00 and you can’t even use it to play a Zelda game. I got a PS3 AND and Xbox 360 with that kind of money, so I guarantee you’ll have more fun at my house.

Via Computer and Videogames

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1 Comment on Expensive Statue Of Link Available To Suckers For Only $425.00

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On September 20, 2011 at 3:55 pm

Talk about a lot of bull fluff. What the hell is this thing even made out of and for that matter why would anyone pay that price for a hunk of probably plastic? That’s like all the you get from pre-ordering a video game. It’s plastic that does nothing but collect dust.