MG Zaku 2.0

Discussion in 'The Toyark' started by Evan Goldsborough, Feb 15, 2007.

  1. Evan Goldsborough

    Evan Goldsborough Freelance Negotiator

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  2. Turbocharger

    Turbocharger We should get more letter

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  3. LigerPrime

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    Oh yeah, I will be picking up a couple of these kits maybe 3 of them to form a squadaron...what I'm more excited about is that eventually Char's Zaku II will be released using this kit too! The one released isn't so good.
     
  4. Phy

    Phy I want... ROOM SERVICE!!

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    I pre-ordered it a few minutes after I saw it. I'm just hoping it can also be built as the MS-06F, like the Zaku 1.0.
     
  5. Valkysas

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    about damn time we get a good zaku. the first MG is a joke.
     
  6. mx-01 archon

    mx-01 archon Well-Known Member

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  7. LigerPrime

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    Yeah, I agree. It was so difficult to get any decent poses out if that kit other than standing it at attention. Seems like Bandai is adding abit of playability to the kits nowadays and the quality of the kits seems almost decent enough to pass off as a toy abeit a fragile one.
     
  8. QuinJester

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    The MG Hi-Nu is more exciting, to me. The MG Nu Gundam was glory in plastic form. The possibility of a non-resin Hi Nu is like getting a second christmas.
     
  9. LigerPrime

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    I don't know...the colours look kinda bland and I don't like quite the design...like the seed and seed destiny gundams, I don't like the "wings".
     
  10. Roanstalker

    Roanstalker Great Baan Gaan fan

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    Yay these'll be released when I to to HK. Hi Nu looks awesome. Too bad its not in many SRWs.
     
  11. Emperor Mengde

    Emperor Mengde Instrumentalist

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    The Hi Nu is on my must buy list, but I really need to finish some of the stuff I have first (MG ZZ, MG Guncannon, bunch of HGUCs, PG Char's Zaku II...I really should start on some of those).
     
  12. Valkysas

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    I don't much care for the Hi-Nu. let me know when they get around to the Nightingale.
     
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    <tries to think about how much a MG Nightengale model would cost>

    I think that's a design that'd be better held for the HGUC line :p 
    It's been getting some of the crazier designs (like the AoZ Gaplant... dead sexy, even if all the transformation joints and "futuristic" greeblies make it unstable as heck) anyhoo, so it might actually have a genuine hope of materializing someday.
     
  14. LigerPrime

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    Yeah, I got to agree with you. As much as I would like to see it in MG format...I shudder at the possible price! But who knows?

    One thing good about Bandai is that as a company it does its best to satisfy its customers. This can be seen by the various upgrades in the various model kits such as the RX-78-2 Gundam, Zeta etc.
     

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