With the grand opening of Gundam Park Fukuoka and the life-sized RX-93ff Nu Gundam statue, Bandai Spirits collectors division Tamashii Nations has released more product information for their previously announced Chogokin RX-93ff Nu Gundam diecast figure.
“Chogokin” is one of Tamashii Nations’s signature brands, utilizing diecast metal for unparalleled weight, sheen, and sheer presence. The products under this line also feature a variety of complex gimmicks.
In addition to its precision design and paint job, the Chogokin RX-93ff Nu Gundam is made of heavy diecast metal and features a light-up gimmick, giving it a sense of luxury.
- Three additional hands (left and right)
- Head antenna/V Fin (spare)
- Beam saber handle (2 kinds)
- Two types of beam saber blades
- Long range fin funnel
- Beam Rifle
- New Hyper Bazooka
- Long-range fin funnel right arm joint
- Long range fin funnel effect
- Weapon Holder Left and Right
- Dedicated pedestal
- Support Pillar
- Display Joint
- Auxiliary pole
- LR41 x 3 (test batteries)
The Chogokin RX-93ff Nu Gundam is priced at 26,400 yen with an August 2022 release date.
Gundam Park Fukuoka was announced September 2021 as a new Gundam-themed entertainment complex developed and managed by Bandai Namco Amusement Inc. and Bandai Spirits, based around the RX-93ff Nu Gundam at Mitsui Shopping Park LaLaport FUKUOKA.
Located on the fourth floor of Mitsui Shopping Park LaLaport FUKUOKA in Hakata-ku, Fukuoka City,Gundam Park Fukuoka is stated to be the birth of a new Gundam entertainment complex where information, merchandise, sports entertainment, and amusement of the Gundam series are gathered in one place. The facility had its grand opening on April 25, 2022.
The facility consists of three areas: Gundam Side-F, VS PARK with G, and namco.
Based on Amuro Ray’s RX-93 Nu Gundam from the 1988 Mobile Suit Gundam Char’s Counterattack film, originally designed by Yutaka Izubuchi, the RX-93ff version sports a new long-range Fin Funnel and tricolor markings designed under the supervision of Gundam creator Yoshiyuki Tomino. The RX-93ff is touted as being the tallest of the four Gundam statues at 24.8m.
Set fourteen years after the One Year War in U.C. 0093, Mobile Suit Gundam Char’s Counterattack serves as the final confrontation between legendary rivals Amuro Ray and Char Aznable. Char has risen to power as leader of Neo Zeon and plans an all-out assault to decimate the Earth’s population to revive the planet. Released to theaters in 1988, Char’s Counterattack grossed 1.16 billion yen at the box office.
Source: Tamashii Nations