Out of the Toyko Game Show and onto the Internet sneak a trio of hands-on videos for three Mobile Suit: Gundam-themed iOS apps.
This week, Crave branches out onto our friendly neighborhood tech blogs to bring you a super fantastique, ultra huge, raver-friendly digital turntable thingie...and a bottle opener.
This week, Crave branches out onto our friendly neighborhood tech blogs to bring you a super fantastique, ultra huge, raver-friendly digital turntable thingie...and a bottle opener. Don't be too let down by that second one: it's over-priced and attaches to your bike, so it still has some cache. Also, Donald and Eric get extremely excited over a glorified statue, an electric Datsun leaves a Nissan GT-R in the dust, and a giant robot arm is put to good use. Plus, Jasmine squeals over an elephant with some monstrous dental work, and we take a look at a camera lens
cleavage coffee mug.
Simply the coolest robot video ever. 'Nuff said.
Is Asia on the verge of a giant war of giant cartoon robots? China's Optimus Prime made from recycled car parts seems itching for a fight with Japan's giant Gundam.
Gundam gets a 30th anniversary salute by Japan's All Nippon Airways with graphics of the giant meca splashed down the left side of a Boeing.
Toy giant Bandai is bringing its giant Gundam statue back, this time with a lightsaber. The robot will go on display in Japan's Shizuoka, which produces Gundam models.
While the guys will probably be gagging over this girly, bejeweled Gundam (in pink, no less), it actually looks quite fetching with its bedazzled flowery legs and armor.
What's even cooler-looking than a full-size robot towering over Tokyo? A full-size robot towering over Tokyo at sunset, its light-emitting 60-foot frame shadowed by a stunning sky.
Bandai has built a giant robot in Tokyo to mark the 30th anniversary of the "Mobile Suit Gundam" anime series.