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Impressions about the Metal Composite Psycho Gundam Mk II??

I'm about to get it. I'm not that much into Gundam but I love the design. I've got a couple of PG's and some MG's. From all the reviews and pics I've seen it seems it's a great toy.

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CDX did an excellent review of it... I'd rather pick up the MkI.

I went ahead and picked the Psycho Gundam MkII!!!

I've seen it everywhere around $125/130. I got it for $90,88 so I couldn't resist :lol:

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I went ahead and picked the Psycho Gundam MkII!!!

I've seen it everywhere around $125/130. I got it for $90,88 so I couldn't resist :lol:

wow where can i get it for that price

i too dig the MKII design

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CDX did an excellent review of it... I'd rather pick up the MkI.

I like Mk I and II both. Both are great toys. ^_^

It would be very hard to find Mk I now if you don't have it already...

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wow where can i get it for that price

i too dig the MKII design

I got it from Evil Bay from a seller with 100% positive rating with more than 3000 transactions.

Will post pics when I receive it ^_^

Edited by Ignacio Ocamica

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Received the Psycho Gungam MkII from Hong Kong at last!!!!

This Metal Composite Fix Figuration toy is THE AWESOME. Pure mecha porn, it's bigger and taller than a Yamato 1/48 VF-1. Almost as tall as the PG Strike.

First impressions: hefty toy, diecast where it's needed, the paint application and tampo markings are beyond this planet, stiff joints.

I'll post pics and a better review tonight!!!!!

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Received the Psycho Gungam MkII from Hong Kong at last!!!!

This Metal Composite Fix Figuration toy is THE AWESOME. Pure mecha porn, it's bigger and taller than a Yamato 1/48 VF-1. Almost as tall as the PG Strike.

First impressions: hefty toy, diecast where it's needed, the paint application and tampo markings are beyond this planet, stiff joints.

I'll post pics and a better review tonight!!!!!

I would appreciate that since im getting one at the end of the month

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I would appreciate that since im getting one at the end of the month

Bump just a reminder for the review and pics or it didnt happen :lol:

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Hahahahahaha!!!!

I'm heading for my afternoon surf session and then the review and pics as promised :lol:

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love the details... hate the design. Congrats though, looks like a wonderful representation of it.

now post some pictures of it in, errr, box mode. :D

Edited by eugimon

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love the details... hate the design. Congrats though, looks like a wonderful representation of it.

now post some pictures of it in, errr, box mode. :D

I'll post the "brick mode" later with the review :lol:

It's really a great toy, the wow factor when I took it out of the styrofoam was exactly as when I open my Yamato's. It's one of the very few gundam designs that I like B))

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I'll post the "brick mode" later with the review :lol:

It's really a great toy, the wow factor when I took it out of the styrofoam was exactly as when I open my Yamato's. It's one of the very few gundam designs that I like B))

AWESOME

Cant wait until the 31st

Dam Mine will cost me 160 can. So much goodness for such a price.

I dont care for the wacky rocket/flight/building mode. DOES IT POSE???? What accessories does it come with ??

Thanks

One more thing Can you post a pic next to a PG Gundam?

Edited by nugundamII

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I got the RD Unicorn. It's alright but without panel lining it's pretty boring.

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Can someone educate me on these metal composite gundams that are large in size, i never hurd of them, i only know models. It is a toy, or a painted model? Are they all as big as a 1/48 vf-1, as i hurd there was metal composite Fix gundams, and also fix gundams look nice, they are way too fragile and too small. Although i dont like the design of this particular Psycho Gundam, maybe there are others i will like, and will folow the line. Thanks

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How many metal parts does it contain.

Shoulders, hips, crotch/a$$ area, knees and ankle articulation are all metal. There's also plenty metal inside the legs (internal leg frame) and some inside the torso.

All the outside armor is plastic with a nice matte finish and the paint job is as perfect as can be, not a single flaw!!

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Shoulders, hips, crotch/a$$ area, knees and ankle articulation are all metal. There's also plenty metal inside the legs (internal leg frame) and some inside the torso.

All the outside armor is plastic with a nice matte finish and the paint job is as perfect as can be, not a single flaw!!

yes, it is a great toy. Very good looking and details.

Here is a japanese site with very good pics, if anyone interested in.

http://2nd.geocities.jp/lifezoids2/GFF-1003.htm

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One more thing Can you post a pic next to a PG Gundam?

Here's a pic with the PG Strike, at 1/144 the Psycho Gundam is huge ^_^

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I still owe you the review!!!

The Psycho MkII comes with a stand, deflector shields/bits both in open and closed mode, two sets of cables for the forearms (you can detach them and use them as guided weapons) and a pair of closed fists.

Edited by Ignacio Ocamica

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As an owner of that mk II figure I must agree that the qualitiy is top notch for a bandai product. The thing is massive even in its 1/144 scale and is awe inspiring when you first take it out of the box. The level of detail is amazing as well and it is very sturdy. If your a big gundam fan you owe it to yourself to pick this thing up if you can. It is a very impressive piece to anyone's collection and is a good conversation starter.

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could someone please enlighten me as to why it turns into a house? :huh:

ahem "FORTRESS" Mode B))

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Here's a pic with the PG Strike, at 1/144 the Psycho Gundam is huge ^_^

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I still owe you the review!!!

The Psycho MkII comes with a stand, deflector shields/bits both in open and closed mode, two sets of cables for the forearms (you can detach them and use them as guided weapons) and a pair of closed fists.

man that is HUGE. 10 days and counting until i get mine. Cant wait

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out of the three gffmc molds this is the least posable.

the z plus is the best and i would rate it mg

along with the rx-78 g

but this feels more like a hg. it barely transformers and isnt really solid. i was so scared to scratch the beautiful paint job

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:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: yellowing on the stand straight out of the box ....hmmm will that happen with the unicorn

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nice metal content

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NuGundamII, you mentioned the "z plus is the best and i would rate it mg", as i am not familiar with this line, can you pls take pictures of the z plus, alonside a MG Gundam model, for size comparison, and around what it goes for a fellow canadian? Are they very strudy, like the MG Models (or even better, like a toy)???

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