Check Out This $1,000 Nioh PS4 Game Statue

Just don't drop it.

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If you enjoyed the PS4-exclusive game Nioh, you may be interested in pre-ordering a new statue from Prime 1 Studio. That is, you may want to buy it if you really, really enjoyed the game, and you happen to have $1,000 to spare--because that's how much this statue will set you back. Just what kind of Nioh statue do you get for $1,000? Let's take a look.

The statue features Nioh protagonist William Adams and his guardian spirit Saorise, who was, as the description reads, "born from human prayers." The statue is 24 inches tall and made from polystone. Only 750 statues will be made, so depending on how much money Nioh fans have in the bank, it may become unavailable at some point. To lock in your pre-order, you have to put down $100. The statue's estimated arrival time is between June and August, 2019 (yes, that's next year).

Maybe $1,000 is a bit rich for your blood. In that case, you can try this $600 Nioh statue. It's basically the same thing, but without the guardian spirit. Pre-ordering this one requires a $60 down payment, and it's also expected to release between June and August 2019.

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Not that there's anything wrong with liking the game the statue's based on. In our Nioh review, we wrote, "Nioh is an immensely layered experience. Through its Dark Souls-inspired combat, you're taught the virtues of patience and the value of defense. With each death, you learn a bit more about yourself and your enemy. This Team Ninja production, set during a time of great social upheaval in Japan, demonstrates the studio's penchant for demanding action-driven gameplay that rewards tactics and high dexterity. And despite all the inevitable dying, Nioh is surprisingly rich with solutions to overcome its many hurdles."

The Nioh statue is reminiscent of the Overwatch statues Blizzard has been putting out recently. Those statues, which are smaller, run in the $150 - $175 range, though the D.Va statue costs $450.

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