Toynk Toys has an amazing offering for fans of the Resident Evil franchise. The exclusive (license pending) Resident Evil 3-Vial Replica Set is up for grabs for all your zombie outbreak-related geeky needs. Will you save Raccoon City or destroy it?
(Update December 15, 2018): A previous version of this post mentioned these vials to be licensed. The license is pending. The article has been changed to reflect that.
We have covered Toynk Toys exclusives before, and I like how a wide variety of franchises are covered. You are bound to find something you will like. As for Resident Evil fans, the Resident Evil 3-Vial Replica Set gives them an Umbrella Corp inspired tin case and 3 tri-colored glass vials for $36.99.
The exclusive replica is manufactured by Fourth Castle Micromedia. While the license is pending, it is still an awesome collectible. The vials include two strands of the T-virus and an antidote. Each vial (measuring 3-inches tall and 1.5-inches wide) has been made from medical grade glass and is securely sealed.
You can easily use this R.E 3-Vial Replica Set for cosplay, a Halloween costume, or as an impressive display for your friends to geek over.
The Resident Evil franchise continues to be successful and, being a fan myself, I am always happy to see more items become available.
While I didn’t enjoy playing Resident Evil 7, I am looking forward to the release of the Resident Evil 2 Remake. I can’t wait to replay the horrific zombie outbreak in Raccoon City through Leon and Claire’s perspectives.
Talking about collectibles, the R.E 2 Remake Collector’s Edition includes a very cool looking figure of Leon S. Kennedy.
Resident Evil 2 Remake will be released for PC, Xbox One, and PS 4 on January 25, 2019. Here’s to hoping it does well and we get a remake of Resident Evil 3, too. I don’t know when we will get Resident Evil 8 or maybe a new R.E: Revelations installment, but I will keep you posted.
What do you think of the Resident Evil 3-Vial Replica Set? Let us know.
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