Through GameStart Asia, we have had the good fortune to meet so many fellow Singaporeans who love gaming and are passionate about what they do, and the fantastic guys at Kinetiquettes were one of the exhibitors from our inaugural show in 2014 that have become friends. We’re big fans of the work they’ve done on the Street Fighter franchise and are very happy to announce the first of our collaborations for GameStart 2016 – our very own collectible custom ¼ scale statue of our mascot, Alyse!

Kinetiquettes were responsible for creating her cool new look for this year, equipping her with new transformable guns and even a sick visor that’s inspired by a certain video game (can you guess while one?).

We’ve watched Alyse come to life in 3D over the last few months and are excited to share the first visuals of her with everyone. She will be on display at the Kinetiquettes booth during GameStart 2016, so be sure to visit her there!

Stay tuned for more updates on Alyse and check out the awesome work that Kinetiquettes does on their website.

Alyse, with visor on.
Alyse, with visor on.

Alyse Statue Details

Material: Polystone/Polyutherane Resin with LED light up features
Size: 1/4 scale (roughly 19 inches in height)

About Kinetiquettes

Kinetiquettes_logoKinetiquettes was founded by a group of enthusiastic individuals, passionate about figurines and collectibles. The team has over 40 years of combined experience in the video games and animation industry. Due to the nature of their work experience, they aim to introduce highly artistic and dynamic collectible statues unlike anything introduced in the market before. The studio works with some of the best artists and sculptors in the world to create high end collectibles. They are official partners of Capcom and Warner Brothers, making Street Fighter, Devil May Cry, Monster Hunter and Thundercats products.

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