Monday, June 10, 2013

P-Bandai Hobby Online Shop Exclusive: MG 1/100 XM-X2 Crossbone Gundam X2 Ver. Ka - New Images [Updated 6/10/13]

P-Bandai Hobby Online Shop Exclusive: MG 1/100 XM-X2 Crossbone Gundam X2 Ver. Ka (Pre-Order Date: Apr 18th 2013, Release Date: June 2013, Price: 4,620 yen)
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69 comments:

  1. this really come out of nowhereeeee

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  2. this came way out of left field....

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  3. WUT? bandai making money again?

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    1. why? they cant? is there seem to be any problem about making crossbone suits?

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  4. why ver ka again....
    I think ver ka model is 1/years before
    3 models...this year

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  5. And the sloppiness from the MG Crossbone ver.Ka begin...again! Wow....not even Suiton were able to see this coming....But still, where on earth is my MG X Gundam~~~~

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    1. fyi , bandai release robot damashi gundam double X .... so, there's still a hope =D

      http://rdplus.tumblr.com/post/45967945215/gundamdoublex

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    2. He doesn't buy UC stuff and never will.

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    3. Who honestly gives a shit about what people buy or don't buy?

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    4. Waiting for X as well. Also, XDV and DX

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    5. Well, I do have MG Gundam RX 78-2 v 1.5, 2.0. Zeta 2.0, Hyaku Shiki, GP03S, V Gundam and Core Booster, Crossbone Ver.Ka and Full Cloth, Hi-nu,Nu, Nu ver Ka. V Gundam and Crossbone are the most sloppy out of them

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  6. Damn, Bandai's minovsky particle is off the charts. We never saw this coming...

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    1. Anon 5:13

      epic post is appreciated

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  7. Gonna buy this!!!! I hope X-3 gonna roll out soon

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  8. Any of you read Japanese? Anon was saying the red box says it's going to be a web exclusive. I'd like confirmation if possible.

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    1. It says that this thing will have a whole new frame, so it wont be using the old f91/ crossbone frames

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    2. Wrong. It'll reuse the X1 parts with some new pieces for V fins, weapons, effect parts, etc. I see nowhere in that red picture mentioning an all new frame. In fact, it says "other than the color changes, the kit features some different parts with additional new weapons".

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  9. Nice and all but where are the parts to make it the kai

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    1. agree with u...too stupid for bandai if selling MG X2 with same quality as X1 fullcloth / verka...at least make it more detailed and fix that knees inner frame part, it's easy to break

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    2. being that this is an online exclusive, I can almost guarantee that this kit will share a lot with the X-1 MG. it's a way to cut costs for them, really.

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  10. Well its about bloody time Bandai, geez It better not be an online exclusive though >_<

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  11. ...just now I was reading on Gundam Wiki that the June MG release will be another AGE kit (AGE-2 Double Bullet). So, either this will be an online exclusive (go to hell Bandai), or they'll do the right thing and release it as a normal kit, hopefully without all the lack of details from the previous Crossbone ver. Ka.

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    1. It's a web shop exclusive sadly

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    2. Hope it'll be regural mg. I want dat lance!!! not AGE's crappy mini lance. Age can go to fuken hell.

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  12. Awww yeah, the real pirate gundam makes a return.

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  13. Since I can only read Katakana. I just read the right box mentions "blah blah Hobby Shop". So, I presume this Kit will indeed be a P-Bandai Hobby Shop release.

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    1. i can read "hobby online shop item". yeah, guess it will be some sort of online exclusive

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    2. Seriously that just figures, so naturally hard to get a hold of and overly priced, stupid bandai whats with all of these hobby shop exclusives lately -.-

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  14. Doesn't matter if they give us the same shitty frame as the first Crossbone and the F91 MGs...

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    1. Sounds like someone cant build a model kit very well.

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    2. Well, F91 has a great frame, but Crossbone doesnt

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    3. It's the exact same frame, with a few pieces changed on the Crossbone. The major frame runners are the exact same from the F91 to the Crossbone, with a few pieces on the sprues not used.

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  15. Whoaa, Dark Hound ...

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    1. No just no...The darkhound was based on this not the other way around.

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    2. Someone above appears relatively new to Gundam...

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    3. Or he's baiting people

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    4. please DO NOT mention or compare age to UC. Specially when you're new to gunpla/ gundam

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    5. age's lance is pure shit. this one is the real badass.

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  16. I said "woo, about f'ing time!" then started reading the comments. Screw Bandai and their online exclusives. At least I already have a resin conversion of this, waiting for me to get started on it...

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  17. It's an exclusive alright, just look at the price, pricier than Tallgeese 2 HARHARHARHAR!

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  18. That's something bandai would do to mislead buyers from speculated trends.

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  19. HELL YES
    one of the few MG i am willing to buy

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  20. Okay checked one of my Hobby japan mags, i saw a few online exclusives. And all of them have a P-bandai hobby site link, but this one doesn't.
    so calm down, it's not a online exclusive, bandai wouldn't make a really famous kit that will sell like pancakes as a online exclusive. they'd just lose a lot of money.

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    1. Tallgeese 2 thats all i need to say on that.

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    2. It says Bandai Online Hobby Shop in the text. Just because you can't read Japanese doesn't mean others cannot.

      Also this isn't a famous design at all, they'll make more money off it this way.

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    3. @menroko It's an online exclusive. There's already a regular kit that will be released the same time as this. What's more, like what anon 1:07 said, the X-2 isn't really a famous design. So no, they won't sell like pancakes and Bandai will probably just lose a lot more money if they make this a regular release.

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  21. Finally. I'd almost given up hope that they'd release this.

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  22. Good move, now 2 done 1 to go ( X-3 ) XD

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  23. Quick question about the crossbone gundams: whenever I see the art for them, they have the feather-looking antenna on the side of the head. Yet they put that antenna on the full cloth model instead of the actual version katoki Models. Anyone know why?

    Not a big deal or anything. Just curious...

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  24. meehh.... I wait its X2 Kai release.

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  25. ummm aren't the thrusters on the core fighter supposed to be different on the X2? I only see the different v-fin and the shot lance

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    1. The X-2 was just a repaint of the X-1 with the shot lance added; the X-2 Kai is the one you're thinking of, with the different thrusters. I personally would rather have the Kai, but hey, at least we're getting an official shot lance now. I have a feeling the Kai isn't going to be too far off of a release; they're more than likely doing the normal X-2 first to gauge interest.

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    2. The Kai does not have the core fighter system like the other crossbones. So to be accurate the model would have to be modified to reflect this.

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  26. An exclusive? That's disappointing. Bandai does not really want my money, it seems.

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  27. well the yen exchange rate is good. why complain anyway??
    if you want it then then this kinda times are good for it

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  28. Its refreshing that the Crossbone X2 is finally on the horizon but I definitely hope that MG is NOT the size of a blasted 144/RG scale because both Crossbone X1 and F-91 MG Kits are basically just "prototypes" of RG kits in my opinion if you do a size Comparrison between other MGs they are much smaller than any other kits and as big as RG they are about the same size

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    1. Well during UC93 the lotto was the start of smaller sized ms i think?
      Smaller sized ms became more main stream during the UC123 i think compared to the original gundam they are 5metres shorter than the original gundam so it was actually just made to scale. And the crossbone being f97 it makes sense

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    2. @ Anon5:55
      Late UC designs are small so obviously thhe kits would be small too or else they would not be in the correct scale.

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  29. I`m guessing late UC = Wing size?
    It's a shame. I love the big, bulky look of Zeta - Unicorn UC. This thing looks awesomely sleek though. Hopefully the start of more crossbone/F91.

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    1. MS from Wing series are still larger. In late UC, MS size is about 15M.

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  30. Screw the watermarks. Hope gginfinite folds up.

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  31. Should I wait for X2 Kai...?

    Bandai probably heard all the qqing when it released Dark Hound last year. Then just when they announced X2, people cry for a Gundam X ==

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  32. Screw the watermarks. Hope gginfinite folds up.

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    1. I take that back. Sorry gginfinite.

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