Take A Peek Inside NECA’s 8-Bit Freddy Packaging

Chris Savage

Last month we gave you guys your first look at NECA’s upcoming 8-bit Freddy Krueger figure, inspired by the 1989 A Nightmare on Elm Street NES game. And yes, it looked awesome, brought back a few memories that’s for sure. Today on the other hand, we have our look at the inside of the box, and it keeps perfectly with the NES theme, so head on down below and check it out courtesy of Figures.com.

Inspired by the classic 1989 video game, Freddy is the companion piece to the Friday the 13th classic video game Jason, one of the hottest SDCC Exclusives this summer. Released in 1989 for the super popular 8-Bit home console, the video game Nightmare on Elm Street is so bad… it’s good.

A cult classic if there ever was one, NECA’s Freddy Krueger (1989 Video Game Appearance) will be a fully articulated 7-inch figure done up in that truly horrifying video game deco. This figure comes in a special window box packaging with opening flap to re-create the look and feel of the classic 1989 video game packaging.

This one is reported to be around the $20 – $25 price range, and best of all, this will be available pretty much everywhere this November!

8-Bit Freddy Box





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