The 60-Foot Gundam Robot Has Now Entered Testing Mode

2020 is throwing pretty much everything in us. From Siberia’s “gateway to the underworld” creeping open to ancient personal life “waking up” after millions of yrs. within the ocean via scientists disturbing a 66-million-year-old giant egg they discovered in Antarctica & discovering 13 Egyptian mummies sealed & unseen by person eyes for 2,500 yrs., it’s pretty evident the yr. is gearing up for 1 hell of a climax.

So why not throw giant Gundam robots into the mix. I only hope we survive the forbidden microbes long sufficient to be slaughtered by kaiju.

As we recorded previously this yr., the upcoming amusement park Gundam Factory Yokohama in Japan has created an 18-meter (60-foot) life-sized replica of the RX-78 mecha (crewed) Gundam robot from different anime TV show & manga. Back in Jul, the robot taken its 1st tentative steps along the road to killing all humans being fully functional.

Throughout that test it appears no weight has been put on the legs of the robot, that has as of now being rectified in a new test. The robot has shifted on from merely doing steps & is as of now performing lunges along with a show of gestures that I am pretty sure means “bow before your robot overlord” (or) merely “I’m your god as of now,” my robot sign language is pretty rusty.

Before you gain too excited &/(or) declare the kaiju to see them fight, we must point out that the video footage is sped up 4x. Unless you’ve an elderly kaiju that isn’t as spritely as it once has been, presently the robot is going to gain pummeled before it’s even swung a punch. Here it’s in regular speed.

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