cursedbycreativity:

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cursedbycreativity:

#gunpla #gundam #gundamuc#mobilesuit #mastergrade #zeon #neozeon#bandai #actionfigures #manga #anime#toypops #toycrewbuddiesjp #toystagram #toyleague #unicorngundam #robot #robotech #toyplanet #rx78 #zetagundam by tomlee9394 http://ift.tt/1AsOzmM

gunjap:

P-Bandai Star Build Strike Gundam Ver.RG System: Full Promo Posters, No.7 Big Size Official Images, Info
http://www.gunjap.net/site/?p=193883

hailheidi:

While wandering around a Namco arcade looking for those bunnies, I game across a portion of the room full of these pods. They’re called “Kido Senshi Gundam: Senjo no Kizuna" or 機動戦士ガンダム 戦場の絆. At first I was scared it’d be loud and the pod would shake but I knew I needed to experience this and at least see. It wasn’t like that at all, thank goodness.
You had a pedal to hover forward quickly, and another to fly maybe 20 feet into the air (good for avoiding someone’s attack), and then they had a right and a left stick, both with a “lock on” button and a trigger button. The right hand was your gun, the left hand was for when you’re right next to an enemy and want to swing a sword (?) at them. These sticks also controlled what direction you walked. (I hate calling them sticks but words are escaping me at this moment)
This video has horrible quality audio and english subtitles so I suggest muting while watching. You can see all the controls I just tried to describe and learn how to operate the gundam. 
The first game I only managed to kill 1 enemy and was having trouble with the controls but in the 2nd game I killed 3 enemies and was starting to get use to it!
I found a video of the exact game I played but this link cuts out the first 3 minutes (him talking and setting up his game) so you can get an idea of what it was like. This video’s fairly loud but you can clearly hear the sounds of the game, so I’d just be careful of what volume it’s at initially.

hailheidi:

While wandering around a Namco arcade looking for those bunnies, I game across a portion of the room full of these pods. They’re called “Kido Senshi Gundam: Senjo no Kizuna" or 機動戦士ガンダム 戦場の絆. At first I was scared it’d be loud and the pod would shake but I knew I needed to experience this and at least see. It wasn’t like that at all, thank goodness.

You had a pedal to hover forward quickly, and another to fly maybe 20 feet into the air (good for avoiding someone’s attack), and then they had a right and a left stick, both with a “lock on” button and a trigger button. The right hand was your gun, the left hand was for when you’re right next to an enemy and want to swing a sword (?) at them. These sticks also controlled what direction you walked. (I hate calling them sticks but words are escaping me at this moment)

This video has horrible quality audio and english subtitles so I suggest muting while watching. You can see all the controls I just tried to describe and learn how to operate the gundam.

The first game I only managed to kill 1 enemy and was having trouble with the controls but in the 2nd game I killed 3 enemies and was starting to get use to it!

I found a video of the exact game I played but this link cuts out the first 3 minutes (him talking and setting up his game) so you can get an idea of what it was like. This video’s fairly loud but you can clearly hear the sounds of the game, so I’d just be careful of what volume it’s at initially.

dinocopter:

remember when the only way i could read fifty shades of grey was to replace the character names

150 Shades of Red

palace-athene:

Zeta Gundam Cosplay

Reccoa Londe: mik 様
Kamille Bidan: 池田みな 様
Rosamia Badam: Reo(管理人)