Physical Skell Model Kits For Xenoblade Chronicles X

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Xenoblade Chronicles X Skell Model

Xenoblade Chronicles X may have capped it off last week with a nice showing of a direct. The Xenoblade Chronicles X Japanese website throws in a bonus with the idea of real life Skell model kits to build on your own.  The Skell model kits are being stocked by Kotobukiya which is a well-known mech figures manufacturer in Japan. These Skell models are obviously inspired by the mechs known as Skells in Xenoblade Chronicles X. It’s fairly familiar to the idea of the Gundam toys that you build yourself.

Skell Model Normal

There’s no release date yet for these bad boys. Considering the lack of merchandise relating to Xenoblade at all in the past, are any of you planning on doing some importing to collect and/or build these models? Sound off in the comments about your thoughts in regards to these complex toys. Maybe you can build the models while you wait for the western release of Xenoblade Chronicles X.

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