Cuphead is very hard. It requires the kind of perfectionist tendencies that players required so often in 8 and 16-bit eras, which makes it hard to always appreciate the game's lavish art style without simultaneously cursing it.

Luckily, you won't have to try and fail like 100 times to appreciate Funko's latest figures, which feature Cuphead, Mugman, and the The Devil in startlingly accurate form. The figures will be available in November, during which time all you'll have to do is add them to your cart, pay real money, and get your figures. No hand cramps or cursing required (unless these turn out to be immensely popular and sell out immediately).

For those looking for a more challenging version of the "buy some vinyl figures" game, Funko is also making limited-edition, black-and-white versions of Cuphead and Mugman, in a two-pack available only at this year's New York Comic-Con, which takes place October 5-8. In this mode, you'll have to actually leave the house to go to New York, tell a friend who lives there to get one for you, or play the most difficult game of all: Looking at eBay listings and continually wondering if what you're doing is worth it.