From Dabid on Animetoynews.com: "Now that the mighty Sigma–arch-nemesis in the Mega Man X video game series–is due to get his own figure released in the Bandai Figuarts Zero line this year, X is going to need to be fully equipped and ready for battle when the Figuarts Zero Sigma figure arrives. That’s why Bandai is going back to the well one more time for an all-new Mega Man X D-Arts figure: coming this fall, it’s Ultimate Armor X! Though he isn’t quite as well-known in the West as classic Mega Man is, Mega Man X is immensely popular overseas and has a sizable cult following in the United States as well. It’s for that reason that the Bandai D-Arts Mega Man X figures have become some of the most sought-after and desirable figures Bandai has released in their D-Arts figure line. Due to the popularity of the original Megaman X figure (which can sell for nearly $150 on the aftermarket!), there’s a reissue of the original D-Arts Mega Man X figure coming out this summer for the original price of $39.99. But why stop when you can have more of a good thing? Bandai Tamashii Nations has yet another form of the titular character coming out in September, and it’s the most powerful version of the lead character of Megaman X: D-Arts Ultimate Armor X from the Mega Man X4-X6 video games! Outfitted in his Ultimate Armor, X will be able to take the fight to Sigma for the final battle in style! The Ultimate Armor Mega Man X figure is going to come with tons of accessories, including a green plasma energy blast effects piece, interchangeable face plates, an alternate right arm, and extra hands. But the coolest part about this 5.25? Mega Man X Ultimate Armor D-Arts figure has to be the clear blue parts are all over X’s body, which allow you to see the internal mechanical parts that make Megaman X function! The D-Arts Mega Man X Ultimate Armor figure is now available for order, with a scheduled release in September 2013. I’d suggest ordering this early, as every Mega Man X figure Bandai has released has been a quick sell-out that’s ended up being crazy expensive on the secondary market."