Play Arts action figures are all about great poseability and playability plus well-detailed sculpt and paint application... and for a reasonable price! No toy maker can give you all those characteristics into one package, and if you're into video games, you'll definitely love Play Arts. In my opinion, I think this toyline will soon become a huge economic threat to its bigger rivals like Bandai and Takara Tomy, and I believe the future is bright for Play Arts.
I probably gonna collect maybe some prominent or iconic action figures of the Masters of the Universe Classics like those ones that inspired me when I was a kid. I mean who want to have Battle Cat or Man-At-Arms or the Shadow Beast finally brought to your shelf as awesome-looking as they are just like in the cartoons you've probably watched in the 80's. This for me is like reminiscing childhood memories, but now they're not "For Play" but "For Display."
I would definitely gonna get my hands on other toys and collectibles from other toylines like that TMNT by Playmates or those pricey (insanely pricey) toys from Hot Toys, and not strictly on these toylines I have just mentioned above. Despite my passion for comic books, action figures, sci-fi movies and video games, I think it is also important to properly manage my income and know when not to buy even if the ones I'm looking for comes along.