Mobile Suit...Super Famicom? Twitter user Ikkyu has been putting a classic gaming spin on Gundam models. The results are fantastic.
After six years, Japan’s Sakakibara Machinery Works Co. has unveiled its newest giant mecha.
Yesterday, Tokyo was blanketed in snow. The bad part that it caused slippery streets and roads. The good part? This.
The first Ready Player One preview had loads of cameos and pop culture references, so it’s no surprise that the latest one does, too.
Shouldn’t your keyboard match your Gundam? Designed by Hidden Lab, the officially-licensed Gundam RX-78-2 double shot keyset is a stunning way to turn a keyboard into a Newtype (sorry). The $130 set is being offered as a group buy, shipping in May.
Giant robots are awesome and Gundam Versus has some of the best. But can a game offer you too many options? Heather takes a look in this critical video.
Diehard Gundam fans might view the anime with an almost religious fervour. Now, at a Buddhist temple in Nagoya, Japan, they can pray with a large Mobile Suit looking on.
This weekend, the one-to-one scale Unicorn Gundam was officially unveiled in Tokyo. It looks fantastic.
If you thought Gundam was about large mecha fighting each other, you are correct. But what if it was about mecha with boring, everyday lives? Artist Ika Ninja’s art depicts just that.
Back in 2011, Kotaku introduced Mei Hata. Then eight years old, she was one of the best under-14 Gundam model makers in the world. She’s now 14 and is still making incredible dioramas.
Previously, Kotaku showed off Gundam models painted to look like anime images. Now, check out these models painted to look like box art.
This Saturday, an enormous new Gundam store will open its doors in Tokyo’s Odaiba. Called The Gundam Base Tokyo, the shop will have over 2,000 types of Gundam goods for sale and another 1,500 on display. That is apparently the largest assortment on Earth.
Created by Taiwan-based model maker Hank Cheng, this piece is called “Gundam, The Desolation After War.”
In Tokyo’s Odaiba, a new 1/1 scale Gundam Unicorn statue is being built. It’s not finished, but sneak peeks show that this huge Gundam statue’s antenna will move. That’s awesome.
Gundam Versus is an arcade fighting where giant anime mechs demolish one another with building-sized laser swords and blasters and it’s finally coming to North America for the first time on September 29 on PS4.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York is exhibiting a special Gundam Zaku model. It is lovely.