Gundam EZEight (rx_79g_ez_8@yahoo.com)
Sun, 4 Mar 2001 23:59:00 -0800 (PST)


woo hoo! engineer!!!
may be that's why the PG made so much sense mechanical
wise.... i dunno.... alot of us like the movable
pistons and hydraulics dealy. why else did i buy the
MK-II? it was the first one i saw that had hydraulics
pistons.
--- Richie <gaijin@i-manila.com.ph> wrote:
> > well, katoki is, imo, far more capable than
> okawara in
> > making a totally fictitious bogus thing as a giant
> > robot into a feasible machine. especially if you
> > compare the oldschool 0079 designs to, say,
> sentinel.
>
> It's a matter of age and influence. Katoki is more
> the engineer, and
> Okawara is more of an artist, it seems.
>
> > > it's probably because the HGUC is meant to be
> > > updates, not remakes. I
> > > suppose that's the limiting factor...
> > there are a handful of hguc's that are more than
> just
> > plain ol' updates. the gelgoog, the gp01, gp01fb,
> > shiki. as you said, they were either scaled down
> mg's
> > or mg prototypes.
> > that said, i do hope the hguc gm is a scaled down
> > version of the mg. the mg is preeeeeetty. :)
> > and i kinda liked the two piece skirt with
> codpiece.
> > :P a whole slab of skirt armor doesn't make too
> much
> > sense.
> > -garr
>
> It would, but it would have to be flexible
> nanotech....ugh.
>
>
>
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