30MM 1/144 eEXM-17 Alto (Ground Type) [Brown] Plastic Model
A remodeled type for local battles, Alto Ground Type appears in the 30MM series! The tank form can be changed to different forms based on your own preference. Comes with new equipment such as a Ground Type backpack with massive tank treads and new heavily armored legs. Includes a reconfigurable bazooka. Additional parts can also be installed in Porta Nova. Includs Backpack for Ground battle / Armor, Bazooka, Marking seal x 1
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My fastest build yet, but still just as fun as anything else I've built.
I loved putting this one together and when I get more parts and addons I will make it mine, My only complaint is that the backpack tank treads kinda get in the way of posing
Good ,I like the tank and heavy armor parts on this Alto.
Good build decent quality
So far I'm not a big fan of the 30 Minute Mission line. The articulation is fine, and the quality is good for the price, it's just the designs I don't like. Normall I wouldn't let this weigh as heavily in a review, since Bandai can't necessarily help the source material, but these kits are straight from their own designers. This is the first one that I think actually looks pretty imposing as a giant robot, thanks to the new parts for the legs primarily I think. The base model Alto and Portanova seem to have short narrow legs that just don't look very good, with mechanical detail that looks a bit haphazard to me. The Alto Ground Type switches that out with longer, bulkier legs covered in heavy armor that looks like it serves a purpose, and just looks all-around better in my opinion. Plastic quality is nice. Color separation isn't really something to laud, the kits are basically two-toned, but they're designed that way for simplicity. They hold poses well and don't seem to fall apart easily, and they are very allow a lot of customization. This was the first 30 Minute Mission kit I got, and it made me interested to get more. The kits afterward (thus far) haven't really lived up to it, so it was a better starting place than others.