For me, collectibles go as far back as 1998, when I fought tooth and nail to catch ’em all in Pokémon Yellow. I was only five at the time, but that doesn’t mean I didn’t have an insatiable desire to rob all 151 of their fictional freedom. I’m getting major nostalgia just thinking about that game and all the cards I collected in my Tech Deck-themed binder.
Tsum Tsum even come in plush versions, which are cuddly and soft. And there are some short Tsum Tsum films online that can help inspire kids and spark their imaginations. Click here and scroll down to the bottom of the page to see what I’m talking about, or click here to go straight to my favorite film.
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