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  1. In all honesty, I'm a bit underwhelmed. I mean, don't get me wrong, the kit looks great, but I hardly think its breaking any "new ground" with this "Accelerate Evolution." I was really hoping for better parts separation... just like the old HGUC 2000's Zeta its missing the red on the binders as well as a lot of yellow details.

    Ah well. Its still an updated Zeta Gundam so its still a must-buy for me.

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  2. -missing color apps.

    -Parts forming.

    F u Bandai.

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    1. It's an HG, what did you expect?

      As for partsforming - this is obviously Bandai going the solid, super-poseable MS route, because engineering in the transformation really kills that prospect. Can't have it both ways and end up with a good model, which the RG isn't.

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    2. Missing some color apps somehow disappointing, but yeah, this is HG we talking about. Need to make price affordable when they can offer you more articulated kit. Painting zeta isn't hard, just use zeta marker set and you can do it.

      As for RG Zeta, my cons are THAT thigh section. Placement are so awkward they can't posed normally like other RGs do. Dunno why they design thigh like that when MG Zeta 2.0's thigh are fine. Other than that, RG Zeta is a fine kit if not because that cons.

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    3. You must be a beginner or quite slow if you're complaining about missing color apps on a HG. You can always improve the model yourself and paint it. Bandai isn't going to hold your hand.

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  3. So the accelerate evolution was just the waverider transformation piece which has been common in HGs for a while now. This really should have just been under the revive title.

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