The third statue however, was only made available in Japan. To get your hands on one you would need to apply through Figure Oh (Figure King) Magazine. This variant is also limited to only 300 pieces and comes in a souvenir style packaging. Luckily I managed to get my hands on one and I have to say, I think its my favorite out of the three.
To start off with, the packaging for the Souvenir Robbie statue is quite different indeed. The statue box itself comes inside a white box which has a printed ribbon around it. This box has novelty stickers on which make it look as if it has been delivered directly from Silent Hill itself. I especially love the fragile sticker, which has a rabbit silhouette. There is also an address label which states it has been sent from ‘Mr Robbie’ and a QR Code which when scanned takes you to the Gecco website.
Just from looking into the box you can easily see that the map that is included as a backdrop for the other variants has been removed and has instead been replaced with gold backing.
Aside from the lack of blood, the only difference with the base is that it has a stamp at the bottom stating that it’s the exclusive souvenir version, printed in white.
Sadly Gecco have no plans to release this version in the future and will stick to releasing the Blood stained variants worldwide only. If you would like to try and get your hands on one of these yourself you can try various auction websites like Jauce and Rinkya, although this variant is already selling for well over 30,000 yen.
Also for a full video review of all 3 Robbie statue's check out Silent Hill Historical Society's review right HERE
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