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Zeorymer SRC Review by Gold

5.0/5 rating (3 votes)

Description

The following review was originally prepared by Gold in May 2012 on the Robot-Japan Forum:

 

Super Robot Chogokin Zeorymer
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Series intro (please click image for video playback)
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Zeorymer Launch!
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Zeorymer launch sequence no. 2
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Zeorymer's attacks are almost all energy based. One of it's weapons is called the "Dimensional Coupler Cannon".
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Energy Wave Attack
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There are two types of orbs for Zeorymer's fists, the raised one is to indicate activation (I think).
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Swapping the fists requires removing the fist and moving around the plates and orbs.
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Also included is a "Heaven" symbol for the Hades Attack effect.
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If you're having trouble with replacing the fists and orbs, then just disconnect the whole forearm to make things easier.
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Hades Attack (Meio Kogeki) variation 1 (fists slam together)
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Hades Attack (Meio Kogeik) variation 2 (fists slam into the third orb in Zeorymer's chest)
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Bandai also included a clear plastic "Heaven" symbol with a base for added effect (we never actually see the "Heaven" symbol at all in any of the attacks in the Anime).
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The Good
-Zeorymer weighs about 213 Grams. Diecast parts are found in the legs (not in the feet though), thighs, elbows and I think parts of the inner torso(?)

-I really love that "Sky" symbol backdrop. :)

-As with other SRC, Bandai included an optional soft plastic antenna with this figure, in case the default hard plastic one breaks or gets lost.


The Bad
-More poseability wouldn't hurt but it's not highly necessary though, Zeorymer hardly has any action poses when in battle.

-Swapping fists can be a chore, given how many things you need to move around to get the job done.

The Ugly
Hmm... no real complaints here ;D


Another very good figure for the SRC line, poseability is somewhat limited because of the character design, but then again, Zeorymer is essentially a tank, with little movement other than raising it's arms to use it's energy attacks.


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