Banjo-Kazooie and Conker are the latest additions to the amiibo-like Totaku range

N64-inspired figures coming this "autumn".

Classic Rare mascots Banjo-Kazooie and Conker will soon be available as part of the Totaku Collection - an officially licensed range of nifty amiibo-esque video game figures.

The Totaku line-up of game-inspired collectibles launched at the start of the year, with a six-strong roster of characters most closely associated with PlayStation. Crash Bandicoot, Parappa the Rapper, LittleBigPlanet's Sack Boy, even Bloodborne's Hunter all put in an appearance, and the range has greatly expanded since then.

Recent times have seen the likes of Lara Croft immortalised as a 10cm-tall plastic collectible, alongside characters from Sonic the Hedgehog, Horizon Zero Dawn, Lemmings, Street Fighter, God of War, Dark Souls, and more. Xbox got in on the action earlier this year with a replica of Sea of Thieves' Gold Hoarder (which I have because of course I do), so Banjo, Kazooie, and Conker seem like a natural extension of that deal.

Banjo-Kazooie and Conker, both of which sport their classic N64 designs, are apparently due to release this autumn, according to a sponsored content feature on Spanish gaming site Vandal. Going by previous Totaku releases, the new figures will likely cost 12.99 a piece in the UK, and be exclusive to Forbidden Planet and Game.

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