Details about the new line of Furbies are limited, but are set to hit stores this Fall (just in time for the Holidays). From what I can glean from this first photo, the eyes are digital and the little bugger looks a but more cuddly than its ancestors. In case you forgot about what the original generation looked like, here’s one for comparison:
It’s been over a decade since the toys hit stores back in 1998, but somehow I bet there are many of you who could still blurt out a few phrases in “Furbish.” So, BuzzFeed, what do you say? Do you welcome the Furby back with open arms or wish it would stay buried alongside the ghosts of gremlins, mogwai, and tamagotchis past?
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