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Review by Jeff Edwards5 months ago
So apart from unreasonably long pre-order wait periods (honestly years long with nearly a dozen release date changes) and mediocre quality control, Gaming Heads is now increasing the prices of old statues on their site and adjusting the "visible" prices of long sold out pieces for new customers so that it looks as if they used to sell for far more than they actually did. Just to make the new higher prices look more acceptable comparatively? For Elder Scrolls alone, the exclusive Nightingale statue was never more than $339, now it's suddenly $449. And the Shrine of Talos was never more than $180 before it sold out, yet now they're claiming it sold out at $270, to make new, higher prices for available statues more digestable. Very deceptive. Beyond this, their statues are of very mediocre quality when compared to other companies like Weta, Sideshow or Gecco. Soft, bland digital sculpt details, inconsistent scale between the statues of a series, and lazy painting with ugly, plastic bases. Very disappointing. Haven't seen a collectibles company this bad since First4Figures...
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