Funko Pop! Games MediEvil - Sir Daniel Fortesque (Metallic)
June 4, 2021
Sir Daniel of MediEvil has now become a pop! The new Funko Pop! Games MediEvil – Sir Daniel Fortesque (Metallic) Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure – GameStop Exclusive, features the somewhat inadequate (and long-dead) knight who was accidentally resurrected by his greatest enemy, the evil wizard Zarok.
Sony Interactive Entertainment and Funko have again collaborated to present a Pop! figure inspired by a popular character from the PlayStation universe, this time one that dates back to the company’s first console.
Sir Daniel Fortesque, who was recently introduced to modern audiences with the remake of MediEvil, has been chosen to receive a Funko Pop! figure. Yet… I wish he was holding his sword rather than his left arm…
Created and developed by Guerrilla Cambridge (formerly SCE Cambridge), which will be honored with its logo on the packaging, MediEvil was introduced in 1998 on PS1 and was entitled to a sequel in 2000 on the same console.
More recently, in 2019, SIE presented a remake for PS4, which can be played on PS5.
Funko Pop! Games MediEvil – Sir Daniel Fortesque (Metallic) Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure – GameStop Exclusive
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