Gundam AGE-2 Normal MG Review Part 4

Written By Om3ga062012 on Tuesday, December 18, 2012 | 6:45 AM

For the final part of Gundam AGE 2-Normal MG version, i will show you the transformation sequence from Mobile Suit mode into G-Strider Mode.

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  • For a transformable gunpla, i must say this one is really great. Because it's posable, great articulation and pretty stable on the legs part
  • Easy to transformed into G-Strider Mode
  • No need to paint

  • Honestly, i don't like the beam saber design. It consist of 3 parts and its very fragile. I end up broke both of them, but i already fix it with glue 
  • Non-articulated hands is pretty annoying, i like the old version hands part for MG gunpla


Dennis aka Katsuden said...

Age 2 Normal didn't look too weird in flight mode and I must give credit to how nimble the kit is. I normally don't transform my MG kits to flight mode cos unlike toys, transforming model kits can be a pain. Lolz.

Om3ga062012 said...

@Dennis aka Katsuden: I agree with you, i think this gunpla looks awesome in flight mode. For me this one isn't too difficult to transformed. I don't know for other transformable gunpla yet, because this is my first fully transformable gunpla :)

Darrell SnapzGuitar said...

Good job with the Age 2 Normal, the details and panel lining are really good. As for this MG kit actually though the hands cant exactly be adjusted to the way we would like it, honestly it's actually easier to put on compared to the previous MGs.

Om3ga062012 said...

@Darrell SnapzGuitar: You're right. I guess i'm still unfamiliar with fixed hands. This one is my first MG kit with fixed hands. Now i'm getting used to it, after reviewing several MG kits from Wing and SEED series. Thanks :)

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