In celebration of the 25th anniversary of their Metal Gear franchise, a sudden surge of figures and collector’s items have been released on after another, delighting fans of Tactical Espionage Action all over the planet.
After more than a decade, Metal Gear Solid’s final mecha boss, Metal Gear REX, will finally see its decent rendition in plamo form.
I’ve been waiting for this
Since this is a plamo kit, assembly is required. Unlike the highly accurate coloured runners offered by Bandai’s Gunpla, Kotobukiya kits usually require extensive paintings and touch-ups, although sometimes certain details are printed upon the kit itself beforehand…
I wonder if those camouflage marks are printed or will required application via dry/wet transfer stickers…
The details on the plamo are asthonishing! However that means rotsa panel-lining works to be done… and it’s been so long since my last Gunpla/Plamo session! ^o^;
Rotsa articulated joints and gimmicks too, including the maintenance hatch complete with Liquid Snake in the pilot seat! 0_0
REX comes with its own display base, made to resemble that of the hangar in the game itself.
Several figures are included as well to re-enact the final moments of the climax scene in the game itself!
Metal Gear REX is slated to be released at the end of the year @ 8,190 yen per kit.
A quote from the game itself just for laughs: “What’s with these guys? It’s like one of my Japanese animes!” – Otacon
This entry was posted on 23rd August, 2012 by yunamon Chung. It was filed under World Wide Plamo and was tagged with Cyborg Ninja, Gray Fox, Konami, Liquid Snake, Mecha, Metal Gear REX, Metal Gear Solid, MGS, PlaMo, Solid Snake, Tactical Espionage Action.