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Kits: White Dingo GM and Guncannon kits announced

Posted on : 07-12-2012 | By : | In : Toys/Kits



Bandai will be releasing some very cool HG UC kits from the much loved Dreamcast game Gundam Rise from the Ashes. These will be the White Dingo coloured RGM-79 GM and RX-77D Guncannon Mass Production Type, as well as Visch Donahue’s MS-07B Gouf and MS-14G Gelgoog (with each pack costing 2,100 yen and 2,520 yen respectively). Like the previous HG UC White Dingo GM Sniper II, these new kits will also only be available via Bandai’s premium online web shop. That aside, it’s pretty wonderful that we’re getting these kits at all. Both kit packs will be released in February of next year.


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This…this is tremendous. I love this.

Was it hard to repaint a regular model?


Loved the original game; great to see kits made of the MS from it, even if it is over a decade later. And if they’re repaints…so what?

I’d rather that it was a pair of Robot Damashii toys. I’m no good at models (weaksauce excuse).

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