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Giant 60ft walking robot to be built in Japan

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Fans of the popular Gundam franchise are to build a fully working scale replica within five years.

Sometimes referred to as the 'Star Wars' of Japan, the Gundam series is so popular there that a massive statue built back in 2009 has since attracted millions of visitors from all across the country.

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Awesome! I'd love to see vids when it is done.

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Looks like the Earth Defense Forces (EDF) are gearing up to protect us from the Invid, Cthulhu and Project A-Ko.

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And we all thought that Godzilla was a permanently fictional cinematic creation.

I could just see a Robozilla with a computer virus running around creating all sorts of hate and discontent.

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gundam wasnt that cool. but macross or robotech was wayyy cool.

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I liked Gundam Wing.

I did like Macross even more though.

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It's a giant robot regardless of what series, this will be awesome!

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A friend and I have been talking about this for the last 20 yrs. Looks like they will finally unleash the beast. Hope it works.

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This is what I love about Japan; they cater to what people like. You would never find this sort of thing in America, at least nowhere near as frequently.

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