Dec 152012

Good Smile Company has just announced and revealed their 300th Nendoroid, Hatsune Miku ver. 2.0. This might seem a bit a bit underwhelming at first, but there’s a lot more to this Nendoroid other than some extra shininess. There are plenty of images after the break, but here’s some info first.

The new Hatsune Miku Nendoroid design seems to take a lot of inspiration from the game “Hatsune Miku and Future Stars Project Mirai”. Included is a far wider selection of accessories, expressions, and poses. The price is set at 3900 Yen, and is available for preorder from Good Smile’s Online Shop. Pre-orders can be placed between December 17th at 12:00 JST and January 16th at 21:00 JST.

There seems to be a sort of bonus for certain pre-orders that will include a random “decorative” base with a landscape pattern, rather than being completely clear plastic. I’m unsure of how this promotion works at the moment. There is also a special carrying pouch bonus for pre-orders.

Also announced is the development of Nendoroids for the append versions of Kagamine Rin and Len. But enough with the idle chatter, let’s get to the stream images! Check the full story.

There she is! At first, it just seems like the original Nendoroid with some extra shiny paint.


Here’s the back-side view.


And here’s a side view… But now things start to get better.


Now they started to show off images of various poses.


Oh? This pose makes it look like this nendoroid will include additional twintails.


This running pose looks extremely familiar to what was seen in Project Mirai.


That sitting pose is just adorable.


An additional expression as well as a spring onion accessory is shown here.


This electric keyboard and speaker set is also included as accessories.


A guitar as well?!


Font-side box view. Will everything really fit in that box?


Back-side box view.


Here’s the decorative bases. These seem to be a sort of pre-order bonus.


And for the final announcement…


Kagamine Rin and Len Appends are confirmed for Nendoroid development!


Here’s the current unpainted sculptures.


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A Hatsune Miku fan since December 2007, jrharbort joined MikuFan as the Head Writer in October 2011. Follow on Twitter at @jrharbort.