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A great christmas present I got this for christmas, and it was love at first sight! definity would recommend for beginners! Th ...
A great modern take on the real robot design that should appeal to Gundam fans. This mech design is a like a more realistic take on a GM which it seems to flaunt quite loudly with it's gundam feet and ankle armor. I read recently that it looks like a F22 as a humanoid mech and that really sounds about right down to it's color scheme and surface details.
In terms of build design this sits above HG near RG so it's a lot like the HG Origin kits, it has a opening cockpit (but sadly no seat or pilot figure) armor separation on the knees and the shoulder armor is a separate hinged piece like many RGs and MGs.
Articulation is though the roof on this kit with it's triple jointed shoulders and waist, legs have no side or front skirt armor in their way so they have an absurd amount of range, the wrists are disappointing they use the standard HG ball joints with no hinge or extra movement on the wrist like you'd expect with a RG or even the recent HG Ground Types. The M82 inspired sniper rifle rifle is pure love and the kit has no problem getting into legit sniper poses with it, the AK102 inspired rifle is also quite nice and unique as you rarely see a AK on a Gunpla but the customizable AWS2000 feels kinda toyetic somehow (it doesn't help that info page in the manual talks endlessly about this thing and how cool it is rather than the Gernsback or it's other weapons) I would have rather had the boxer shotgun or a pistol, the kickass giant knife is a kickass giant knife and like the other weapons except the AWS2000 stores nicely on the kit's 4 hardpoints. The use of stickers is the biggest downside to this kit because of it's price point, I can forgive the head vulcans not being yellow (would paint it gold either way) but the black stickers it uses on the crotch and back of the legs could have easily been separate pieces and the visor for the monoeye should have been a separate piece. Overall if you want to try something different and like awesome grunt suits I strongly recommended this kit and hope Bandai gives us a MG sized take on this someday soon.
A great christmas present I got this for christmas, and it was love at first sight! definity would recommend for beginners! The highly posable legs make it great for kneeling or crouching!
Finishing: Top Coat/Super Clear
You don’t need cement.
You don’t need paint.
Recommended for 15 years & up
I got this for christmas, and it was love at first sight! definity would recommend for beginners! The highly posable legs make it great for kneeling or crouching! ...