NECA Bioshock 2 Big Daddy Rosie Quick Pics


Here are some quick pics of the NECA Big Daddy Rosie figure from Bioshock 2! Big Daddy joins the Big Sister and Little Sister two-pack from earlier in the year.


Height: 7.5 inches tall.

Articulation Points: swivel/hinge shoulders, elbows, wrists, knees and ankles, v-crotch swivel hips.

Accessories: Rivet gun and air tank.

Cost: $19.99 at Toys R Us (available for pre-order online)

Comment: Big Daddy Rosie’s got an awesome sculpt and detailed paint work, although he’s got limited movement on the articulation, he’s a great addition to any video game figure collection!


Thanks for looking and I hope you enjoyed the pics!


7 thoughts on “NECA Bioshock 2 Big Daddy Rosie Quick Pics”

  1. Nice pics. Can’t wait to add Rosie to my Bioshock collection so it’ll look just like yours. LOL

  2. Nice, may i ask what camera did you take it with? also, did you used any software to made it turned out the way it were? I would like to able to take pictures like that. Thank You. Great pictures again. 🙂

  3. Thanks guys! I didn’t have time to do a full on review so if you have questions about Rosie let me know.
    Tam I use a very old (about 8 yrs. old!) point and shoot digital camera, a Nikon Coolpix 4300, it’s so old they don’t make batteries for it anymore. I really need a new one! Software-wise, I import my pics to IPhoto, and I don’t really do a lot of post production on the photos. I usually do a little bit of contrast and some sharpening/softening, maybe some exposure adjustments ( I usually do this while I’m taking pics) but that’s about it. I take a ton of photos until I get a some clear good shots. You usually need to have good shots as it is, software can’t make a bad shot good, but it can make a good shot shine. Also I use a tripod to get everything clear (without it my hands would shake too much) and I don’t use my camera’s flash at all (direct frontal flash flattens everything). Also I’m fortunate enough to have good lighting in my room (daylight fluorescent bulbs). It’s a lot of trial and error on my part, and I still refer to my camera’s manual from time to time to figure it out. Hope that helps!

  4. @sandman. Thanks, yes it did. Now i know. I’ll try it out sometime, Iphoto i do have and maybe i shouldn’t used flash everytime. I’m using a Sony Cyber-shot SuperSteadyShot DSC-t300 10.1 mega pixels. It doesn’t make me a good photos taker lol. But anyway, thanks again for the input. I asked because of curiosity and nothing more.

  5. No problem Tam! That Cyber-shot camera should be good! I’d say the biggest help for me is the tripod to get clear pics. I’m not a photography expert by any means, but if you have any other questions, let me know and I’ll try my best to answer them!

  6. Also, if you don’t have a tripod you can just use any stable surface to prop your camera on so it won’t shake, I used to pile books on top of a rolling table to keep my camera steady!

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