The collection, which is available this spring, spans action figures and plush items.

Jakks Pacific unveils new World of Nintendo toys

Jakks Pacific is bolstering its World of Nintendo product line with all new figures and plush items available this spring.

Two new plush items are up for grabs, including 7.5-inch plush toys that boast embroidered details, while Sounds Plush are also available, which come with famous sayings from the franchise.

Characters including Super Mario, The Legend of Zelda, Star Fox, Donkey Kong, Mushroom, Super Star and Koopa Shell have all been introduced into the plush line.

In addition, the company has developed 2.5-inch Limited Articulation Figures, which feature up to three points of articulation and star characters including Super Mario, The Legend of Zelda, Metroid, Pikmin and more.

Plus, a collection of four-inch Figures will also be available, which come with 13 points of articulation, featuring characters Super Mario, The Legend of Zelda, Star Fox, Metroid and more.

“Nintendo is such an iconic and nostalgic brand that is beloved by multiple generations of fans,” said John Blaney, EVP of marketing at Jakks Pacific.

“We are thrilled to grow our exciting line of figures and plush by offering new World of Nintendo characters to the fans, as well as expand with new products such as our World of Nintendo Sounds Plush, which feature iconic sounds from top Nintendo franchises.”

Each of the new items can be found at mass retailers, online or in store.

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