Saturday, July 25, 2009

Big Mega Man Plush Spotted

A humongous Mega Man plush (14 inches tall!) was recently spotted by PRC reader Aubrey at her local crane game machine. Produced by "Good Stuff", the plushie is a common item around the Buffalo NY area. This particular example was found (and won) in South Syracuse.

A few pictures of the big guy can be found here. Thanks, Aubrey!

10 comments:

  1. i have one and its in my room right now i got it at my local theme park
    theres also a smaller version

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  2. I saw one in a crane machine at the mall once. I tried to get it, but I've never been good at crane machines.

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  3. Same, I saw the smaller one, one side of it says Megaman Powered Up and the other says it was made in New York somewhere.

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  4. Hmmm, wonder if King's Island Cincinnati will get them soon. They have a crapload of Sonic plushes at the moment.

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  5. How come Chicago never gets any cool crane game prizes?! Best I've ever seen was Felix the Cat, and that was YEARS ago.
    ...I suppose I could just crochet myself a Mega Man plush, but... hum...

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  6. Haha! I have this one too. Crane machine as well. They are pretty rare, but very nice items. If you see one, use all the quarters you have! I did, lol.

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  7. My friend got me one at a game shop in Brossard, Quebec. Then a saw a few ones in another game shop close to McGill College subway station in Montreal. (Hint, hint...)

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  8. Cran machines suck.....stupid randomized claw strength. The crane machines in Japan actually work every time, so if you got skills, you can get something every time. Course each play is 100yen...I brought home a ton of Dragon Quest plushies :)

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  9. ..I don't suppose anyone who has one exactly like this (or, even the smaller version) would consider selling it to a huge/long-time MM fan up in friendly Canada, maybe??

    :)

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  10. i won one in ohio about a year ago

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