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Bad ass in MSG 0080 Was never a big fan of aquatic mobile suits. Thought the Hy-Gogg was a weird design, but boy was thi ...
Back scratcher Fun build, but he takes up a lot of space, mainly because of it's long arms. arms can be flimsy at t ...
The Cyclops Team. Hy-Gogg in Gundam the Battle Master in PSX in Japan Only!
Bad ass in MSG 0080 Was never a big fan of aquatic mobile suits. Thought the Hy-Gogg was a weird design, but boy was this suit bad ass during the attack on Arctic Base in MSG 0080. It's an older kit and as mentioned by others would greatly benefit from a revive version.
Old and could use a Revive version, but very cool and worth the price I think a previous reviewer pointed this out, but it's a very good kit to learn seamline removal on. There's a lot of them. It's a pretty old kit though (2003). It's the oldest HGUC I have, so I can look past the seamlines. It is top heavy and likes to slouch. The gimmicks are cool. The freaky arms are a favorite of mine. It's one of my favorite designs in Gundam so it's great to have one. Compared to most mobile suits, it's short and wide, so plan ahead for that display wise. If you hate stickers, good news: there's like 14 total and none are particularly difficult to place.
If you're a fan of the Hy-gogg (it's my favorite aquatic suit), get this kit for sure since it's so cheap. That being said, the Hy-gogg could really benefit from a revive kit.
Light up that monoeye! This is a really cool looking and massive kit. The colors really pop oob, and look even better with some decals and detail painting. The monoeye is actually a clear piece, and it looks like it was designed to house an LED behind it. I don't particularly care for the hollows underneath the shoulder pauldrons, but it's a necessary feature to house the diving pods for the arms. A really cool and fun kit that would benefit a lot from some extra scratchbuilt details.
Saddened that it wasn't in the Unicorn franchise. I had this kit a long time ago. It was several levels up from the original "Pocket War" Hygogg I had a longer time ago. And while the Zugock E is a must-have for aesthetics alone, the Hygogg is a must-have-even-more for the added bells and whistles that came with it.
I highly-poseable kit with highly-poseable arms; with two arm-mounted missiles, two canisters that enclose the arm during "cruising mode," and it's just mean-looking all around.
It's like the Gogg from the 1st Gundam franchise went through a "Weight Watchers" program and is currently enjoying the results from it.
Finishing: Top Coat/Super Clear
You don’t need cement.
You don’t need paint.
Recommended for 15 years & up
Was never a big fan of aquatic mobile suits. Thought the Hy-Gogg was a weird design, but boy was this suit bad ass during the attack on Arctic Base in MSG 0080. It's an older kit and as mentioned by o ...
Fun build, but he takes up a lot of space, mainly because of it's long arms. arms can be flimsy at times. ...