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Gunpla TV – Mega Man X & Mega Man X Max Armor

Modelers and gamers may both be interested to check this one out! We take a look at two Mega Man X kits released by Kotobukiya — the regular Mega Man X, as well as the more colorful Max Armor.

Unfortunately, the regular Mega Man X kit has sold out — but the Max Armor version is still available!

In this episode:
1/12 Mega Man X Max Armor
1/12 Mega Man X: X
Milight Mini LEDs

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7 Comments

  1. hope they make zx characters

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  2. wish there were robot master figures

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  3. That’s a pretty cool effects part.

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  4. A pretty nice figure that captures the character really nicely, great attention to detail! Now if we could only get another game in the X series… as long as it’s not a gacha-style mobile game!!

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  5. looks nice

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  6. The armor is the _Max Armor_ from Mega Man X3.
    It’s the third and final SNES entry that was also released on the PS1 with anime cut scenes and a different sound effects.

    I’ve never built a Kotobukiya kit.
    It’s a little disappointing the plastic is stiffer than GunPla.
    But I guess the trade off is that there’s no need for stickers as everything is already painted on.

    The sword is the Z-Saber.
    It’s a secret weapon you can get in the Mega Man X3 game.

    The LED gimmick looks okay, but it’s the wrong color.
    It should be green or purple for the X4 and later variants.

    I think it would be nice if Bandai made Mega Man (and the X, Zero, Legends, Battle Network, Star Force, etc) line up through their Figure-Rise Standard series.
    Doesn’t Bandai have licensing rights to the franchise?
    I thought they made model kits & figures before.

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  7. The X-Buster effect parts are amazing.

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