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Kits: Perfect Grade Strike Freedom Released

Posted on : 14-12-2010 | By : | In : Toys/Kits

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One of the largest Perfect Grade kits has finally been released, that of the ZGMF-X20A Strike Freedom Gundam from Gundam SEED Destiny. Coming in at a whopping 26,250 yen, like the other Perfect Grades it’s hardly very affordable. However, this price tag isn’t without reason; as the sheer engineering involved in the manufacturing of these plamodel beasts is suitably epic. Unsurprisingly, this mobile suit has been in numerous games over the years and the upcoming Gundam Musou 3 will also feature the mecha. As with almost all Bandai Gundam kits, Hajime Katoki has a hand in the sculpt and engineering. This can sometimes cause issues with the sculpt on certain designs (original design here), as he has a habit of somewhat standardising them. The Strike Freedom seems to be mostly okay on this front though. In any case, you can buy this impressive kit over at HLJ and they’re even holding a Perfect Grade sale too.

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I’m glad I don’t like Seed because that price is just insane. I could have something G System for that.

And to think the first Perfect Grade was less than half that price…this shit is out of control.

I’ve been out of the loop Gunpla wise for a while no so as a rabid seed fan seeing this pretty much blew my mind. I would have preferred a PG Freedom over Strike Freedom – but who am I to argue!

Prices online dont seem to be too bad (in the UK that is), we’re looking at about £200, and considering my PG GP01 cost me £180 thats not too bad…

…still I think my bank manager is going to burst into tears…

“This can sometimes cause issues with the sculpt on certain designs (original design here), as he has a habit of somewhat standardising them.”

Hajime Katoki didn’t actually have anything to do with the MG Hi-Nu Gundam. That one was designed by Yutaka Izubuchi. While Katoki did design most MG releases, he didn’t do all of them.

Katoki is credited in the MG Hi-Nu manual though, plus he does supervise the MG line now (as well as a slew of others).

harga gundam keren barapa? termasuk strike freedom

where gundam seed selling

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