Aile Strike Rouge Gundam (Clear Color Version) MG Review Part 4

Written By Om3ga062012 on Tuesday, January 22, 2013 | 7:53 AM

This time i will equip this gunpla with Beam Rifle and a Shield, then perform some action poses.

Armed with Beam Rifle-a
Armed with Beam Rifle-b

Armed with Beam Rifle-c
Armed with Beam Rifle-d

Armed with Beam Rifle-e
Armed with Beam Rifle-f

Armed with Beam Rifle-g
Armed with Beam Rifle-h

Flying Sequence-a

Flying Sequence-b

Flying Sequence-c

Flying Sequence-d

Action pose with Beam Rifle & Shield-a
Action pose with Beam Rifle & Shield-b

Action pose with Beam Rifle & Shield-c
Action pose with Beam Rifle & Shield-d

Action pose with Beam Rifle & Shield-e

Action pose with Beam Rifle & Shield-f
Action pose with Beam Rifle & Shield-g

Action pose with Beam Rifle & Shield-h
Action pose with Beam Rifle & Shield-i

Action pose with Beam Rifle & Shield-j

Pros:
  • Great articulation, this one can perform action poses without any problem
  • Transparent armor, backpack, shield, and beam sabers, you can see the inner frame clearly
  • One special action base included
Cons:
  • Heavy backpack, this one can fell off easily if you don't keep the balance
  • There is no peg installed on its hands, so it could not hold the weapon pretty well
  • The snapfit is very tight, i think because its made from clear plastic

2 comments:

Dennis aka Katsuden said...

I like the aile pack on the rear however it took up additional space in my display cabinet and this MS will look awesome on stand given ample room. I sure like the launch pad and the attachable cable added a lot more realism. Reminds me of the jerk the pilot felt when launched in the anime.

Om3ga062012 said...

@Dennis aka Katsuden: Indeed this gunpla and its launch pad took more space than other gunpla, especially the aile pack wings. After this review, i keep it on the top of my display cabinet, side by side with Strike Freedom FBM :)

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