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Gunpla TV – Mecha Girl Double Feature – Shitara Kaneshiya & Stylet XF-3

Today, we take on Megami Device and Frame Arms Girl in a double review! From Kotobukiya, we have the second collaboration between the Megami Device armored girl figure-kit series, and the “Alice Gear Aegis” mobile phone game — Shitara Kaneshiya! In addition, Frame Arms Girl Stylet has been updated from her previous release, and we’re taking a look to see what’s changed.

In this episode:
Frame Arms Girl Stylet XF-3
Megami Device x Alice Gear Aegis: Shitara Kaneshiya Ver. Karva Chauth / Carbachoto

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13 Comments

  1. Wow, would ya look at that?

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  2. I like the representation at least the first girl is a brown skin.

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  3. I don’t like this kind of kits. It’s like they throw a bunch of weapon-like accesories over cute teenage girls without any sense of design or style. Easy pass.

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  4. Kaede’s got a pretty balanced weapons loadout, although her long canon can be a bit heavy. The new black version that’s coming out seems to include an odachi with a chrome blade, so maybe those who didn’t get the first one will want that one.

    As for Shitara, she’s got a bouncy and energetic personality in the game. Being one of the shorter Actresses doesn’t slow her down at all, as she likes to dance in place.

    You can redeem the codes that come with Kaede, SOL Raptor, and I’m guessing Shitara easily enough. But you can’t get the game through Google Play if you’re not in Japan. There’s a different app for that.

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  5. Hooray for more Mecha girl action! The accessories look really stylish, this is a great collab!

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  6. Good video, nice kits.

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  7. I thought that was frame arms

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  8. Mecha girls woop

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  9. Both kits are in my wishlist.

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  10. It is really awesome that Kotobukiya’s M.S.G. series, as well as Frame Arms, Frame Arms Girl, and Hexa Gear parts are interchangeable. :O

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  11. Those Megami Device figures are really something else.

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  12. Oh, the possibilities of an actual Nier A2 kit…

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  13. Great job on the review David. Is this the best Megami Device kit so far? Could be.

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