This Lifesize Crash Bandicoot Aku Aku Mask From First4Figures Is Up For Pre-Order

This Life-Size Crash Bandicoot Aku Aku Mask From First4Figures Is Up For Pre-Order

Posted by November 27, 2017 Comment

First 4 Figures recently unveiled their newest life-size collectible available for pre-order. This time, they teamed up with Activision to build a colorful Aku Aku mask from the Crash Bandicoot series.

In Crash Bandicoot, Aku Aku is known as an ancient witch doctor spirit that communicates through a wooden tribal mask. He gives you extra hit points as well as guides Crash and friends throughout their journeys.

The collectible is 25.5″ tall and 17″ wide. The life-size collectible statue shows Aku Aku emerging from a broken crate. The regular edition costs $384.99 (which includes the statue along with an authentication card) while the exclusive edition costs the same amount but features LED lights which make Aku Aku’s eyes glow. A golden version is available, also for $384.99, which changes the color scheme of the statue to a golden and copper aesthetic. You can also buy both the golden and normal editions bundled togetherfor $699.99 if you just cannot have enough Aku Aku in your life.

While the bundle might not be for every collector, the mask makes a pretty sweet collectible for any Crash Bandicoot fan. As the mask is life-size, you can even drop a speaker box behind it with some pre-recorded advice and live your life just like you’re Crash Bandicoot.

The statue is only up for pre-order, so it will be a while until it ships, but it does make a decent holiday gift as well.

You can watch the creators explain the creation process for the Crash Bandicoot collectible in the video from F4F below.

 

Update: We accidentally covered this twice, we were so excited about it. First reported: here.

(Last Updated November 27, 2017 9:33 pm )

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