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  • Hey, what's going on, guys?

  • In my last video, I broke down my picks for the best and worst kits of 2019.

  • So go back and check the video if you missed it.

  • But in this video, it's the end of the decade.

  • So we need to talk about what are some of the best kids that came out from Bandai over the past decade of gum pla.

  • And there's a lot.

  • There was a lot of kids to go through, and so I will only be going through some of picks that had here for the best, not the worst and things like that.

  • So this is basically gonna act as a sort of like my list of 30 kids 30 ish kits that I think you guys should own from the past decade.

  • I would really recommend you guys tone from the past decade Now.

  • Some of you guys, of course, will disagree with my picks, and some of you will probably bring up kits that are also very good that you think other people should own.

  • Or you guys may disagree with some of these pics or some of the designs that I picked out.

  • You may not like it.

  • Also, that's why I say they're recommended.

  • I think you should only if you're a fan.

  • Obviously, I think they'll be the case sometimes where it's a really fantastic kid, but you just personally don't care for the design it all.

  • In that case, I think that that tends to happen happens to me, too.

  • So before we get into it, let me just let you guys know the criteria that I was thinking of when it came to considerations for which gets, I wanted to include on this list or not.

  • And so the first thing was looking at Is this quality in terms of just build quality, the steam lines?

  • How was the sticker representation like?

  • How good is the color separation versus use of stickers like that?

  • The articulation as well?

  • These are things that you know are gonna depend that matters more or less to some people.

  • Maybe some people don't really care that much about the articulation of a kid.

  • Don't care too much about seam lines in the kit.

  • You don't have any problem having to remove someone's in the kid.

  • That's fine.

  • But this is just for the General audience.

  • Let's try to remember that and for the general audience, we have to take into consideration from these things as well as the price, the price of other things to consider.

  • Does the price seem worth it for the kid and all these?

  • I think you'll see.

  • For the most part, the price is generally very much worth it for what you get in the box with the kid and then that also kind of includes than the accessories and options.

  • So what sort of weapons accessories option parts to get included.

  • The kids.

  • This basically means, like, Did you get everything in the box that you would have expected to get with that kid in the boxer?

  • Was there something's missing?

  • Or some things that you wish would have been included that maybe weren't included, things like that.

  • And then finally, just the design.

  • Overall design proportions, details of the kids.

  • Does it look cool?

  • Doesn't look how it should.

  • The proportions look good.

  • Everything is that gonna look cool up on your shelf post or not post in action pose for a standing pose.

  • Whatever.

  • Just the overall design of it doesn't look good.

  • That's the most important thing, of course.

  • So those are some of the criteria.

  • And I also wanted to do my best to include kind of at least one kid from each of the lines, these two different lines.

  • So it wasn't necessarily a requirement when I was going into this thinking like, Okay, I wanna have at least one kid from each time but end up kind of being that way.

  • So we're gonna start off here and go through just a couple of SD kits first.

  • Why don't we?

  • Because there's really only a couple of this one I actually kind of struggle with because number one I just s tickets is not something that I really personally get too much into.

  • Some people do.

  • I think a lot of people probably aren't that much into them.

  • But there are a couple of tickets that I feel like definitely should be on this list.

  • And the 1st 1 is the SD neo Zeon for 2000 yen.

  • This gives you a much smaller, much more affordable version of the neos young than the gigantic H two You see version, which is just a very huge and a lot of people probably don't have the space, don't have the money for that gigantic kit and just it's, you know, it has own pros and cons.

  • But this one gives you a nice, small little compact version.

  • And it's not like super obnoxiously SD if you're not really into, like, the whole SD aesthetic and then plus the fact that it has pretty much everything that you would want their has, um, all the weapons you would expect for the Shin Anju on then it also has, like, the psycho shard ring effect parts for as well, which for the HD.

  • You see, kid, that was a separate people, and I add on exclusive So the fact that it has everything in there and it's a pretty cool kiss, just as it is, I think that one definitely deserves to be on the list of If you're gonna own any s tickets from past decade, that should be one of them.

  • The other one is the SD cross silhouette, our 78 to Gundam and across the frames.

  • This is just the box set that comes with across the frame in the box is the one I would particularly recommend, but this is gonna be representative, sort of of the SD crossed a little line in general.

  • So this one is 1400 yen for this.

  • So definitely not a bad price to cost you 15 bucks or less.

  • Hopefully for this and the CS Frames is a really cool gimmick for this part.

  • Separation is quite good for an SD kit, especially in the head of the color separation.

  • The head is really nice.

  • You have just kind of the basic weapons that you would expect to have with this kit.

  • And they all look pretty good with this.

  • And so I think, specifically for the Ark 72.

  • I think this is probably the best bestie version of that.

  • But just if you're not really super into SD, I think the SD cross the limit line is one that you could probably get into, at least for a couple of.

  • If there's a design the particular like, for example, the nightingale would be another one that I would recommend another example where the 100 scale version of the kid is very expensive and very huge.

  • This is a much more manageable, small, compact little version of the nightingale that I think also doesn't really cross too much over into the super cheap be aesthetic that maybe some people don't like about SD kits.

  • Uh, the SD crustal, a version of the Nightingale, still has a really cool look basically of the original Nightingale, for the most part, not moving on into the RD 100 line.

  • Now there's a couple pics I have here from the RD 100 line as well.

  • And it's a line that in general I think a lot of people have very mixed feelings about some people love it.

  • Some people hate it.

  • Some people are just kind of depends on the kit.

  • But for those people who do want to try out the line, here are the two that I would recommend you guys to check out, the 1st 1 being the deejay and the second being the Babu.

  • And they're both list priced at 3500 yem now amongst the line.

  • What made the deejay in the booth the ones that I would pick for being the best ones of the past decade?

  • That is because I think they're the best representation of the line as fitting the bill of being a 100 scale kit of at least a sort of obscure designed.

  • These two are probably a couple of the least obscure ones, actually, to be honest, but they're meant thio look like master grades without being master grades.

  • And these ones are both really super nicely detailed.

  • And the bottle even has the full transformation gimmick as well.

  • So they look like on the service that they could be master grades.

  • And that's pretty much the goal of the lion, right?

  • So the really nicely detailed.

  • They have some pretty good color separation on there as well, for the most part on both of them.

  • And then these two, I think, don't really suffer as much as other kids in the line in the weak points of the line, which usually tends to be in the articulation and just the stability of the kids.

  • A lot of the kids in line do suffer from having some particularly weak joints.

  • You have it up on action based understand you'll have legs dripping down and not being able to hold up the weapons and things like that.

  • They just are not really as strong as they should be.

  • Not all of them for sure, but definitely some of them the line do have that problem.

  • These two particular kids don't really have that problem, which is good now.

  • If you weren't into the designs of these, I would also recommend the GPO for gerbera.

  • Gundam is also a good one.

  • If you prefer more Gundam type thin.

  • That one's also good.

  • Also a 35 100 yen for this price.

  • For this, the list price is the same and also a good kid.

  • It has a little bit of trouble holding the big gun, which is a shame because super cool gun is just very kind of live it tricky to get it to actually hold it other than that still really cool kit.

  • Now let's go from small to Big Two Biggest and talk about the perfect grade Xia.

  • So the perp, a great Xia is not only, I think, probably the best perfect great of the decade.

  • It's probably the best perfect, great just in general just because of what it is.

  • I think the perfect grade line, aside from just being really big, needs to have, you know, a ton of really cool gimmicks, and it needs to really feel like it's a big mike super premium kit, and this one is.

  • And I'm specifically talking about the lighting model because I think this kit without the led is still really good.

  • But you really need for the full effect.

  • Melodies now, unfortunately led is going to make the prices skyrocket to a massive 32,000 yen, which makes it definitely the most expensive one on this list and one of the most expensive Bend I kids Gump Lick.

  • It's that they make.

  • But like I said, this is for someone who wants a big, super cool looking, really premium kit.

  • It's definitely one that I would recommend if someone came to me and said, Hey, I want a kit for a centerpiece that is just going to be looking really awesome and huge and super nicely detail that has armor opening gimmicks and led gimmicks and all of them.

  • The unicorn is all right.

  • It's definitely not a bad choice.

  • But the reason why I would give the ex Eo one up over the unicorn is because I think the led gimmick is just a little bit more cool with the Xia, to be honest, even though personally, I prefer the unicorn, the XY.

  • It's, I think, led unit.

  • It was kind of the next stage after Unicorn, and they really did it even better.

  • And they were really great thing about the exit is that it can actually pose.

  • Where's the mask?

  • The perfect grade.

  • A unicorn is still big in a heavy.

  • That's really hard to oppose it in anything other than just a standing pose the extra on the stand.

  • You can actually put it in a bunch of different cool poses, which is great.

  • So if you want to have a standing there, if you want, have opposing some action.

  • Put something.

  • You could do that with this kid, and it still looks really good with all the ladies and everything lit up everything.

  • It's just a really awesome kit.

  • So this is one if you can swing the money for this one.

  • This is definitely what I would recommend to have in your collection for sure from the past 10 years or just past 40 years.

  • It's a really great kid.

  • Now let's take it back down smaller to the really great line and talk about some of the best real great kids and a real grade line has had a kind of, ah, up and down road along the way.

  • I kind of start off a little.

  • Well, I'm sure they had some really great kids, had some okay kits and they had some kids.

  • I think people work maybe getting a little bit less interested in the line.

  • But over the past couple years, especially, they've had some of the best kids out in the line, for sure.

  • And probably some of the best complicates out in the past decade in general, coming out in the RG line.

  • So the first thing we have is the real grade Sasa be.

  • This one gave the masquerades as Beaver Car run for its money for the best version of this house of E.

  • I think that while the master grade, it has the huge, massive appeal of just being super detailed and super large and has some really cool art armor separating gimmicks and things like that.

  • What the real grade has is that it has much better articulation if you want to have asked.

  • Cosby actually pulls up in some cool action pose, re creating a scene from animators.

  • You can do that so much more easier with the real grade version and the real grade version.

  • Also, it's a little bit twist on the design.

  • The design is just a little bit different in some certain areas.

  • So if you prefer one of the other that real grade, if you've already built the master rated the real grade doesn't feel like you're building the same kid again in just a smaller scale.

  • It definitely feels different and feels fresh and fun in its own way.

  • And for a 45 100 yen, it's definitely cheaper than the masquerade as well.

  • And while that is definitely one of the most expensive real grades in the line, I think it's definitely worth it's definitely a worthwhile price for that gets a large kit to the sesame is pretty big and selling 1.44 scale.

  • It's still going to be a pretty sizable kiss.

  • The list price, I think, definitely warranted.

  • In that case now, excellent is the real great unicorn.

  • Also, the HDC unicorn and the mask green unicorn both came out around a decade ago, around the time actually both came out.

  • I think before they would have been able to be on this list before 2009 if I remember correctly on DSO.

  • While both the H G and the Master grade versions, I think are both still find, I think people give them a little bit too much black.

  • I think they're not that bad.

  • I can most definitely say the real great is the best version of the Unicorn today.

  • No, it doesn't have the lighting gimmick like the PG, which, if that's what you wanted to definitely go for the PG, although it's gonna cost you quite a bit more if you wanted a much cheaper version here.

  • This is at 3800 yen for the real grade version.

  • For this, it fully transforms, which is amazing in one or 44 scale.

  • It's very solid, and the details on it look good.

  • If you want a really nice, detailed version of the master grade doesn't have a whole lot of surface detail on it.

  • Now I think for purple, for me personally, the Unicorn doesn't need a lot of service detail on the actual armor because the detail comes from the separating panels and everything in my personal opinion.

  • But if you wanted it more detailed.

  • The real grade version has that, too, and it's just really fantastic kiss.

  • So definitely recommend it.

  • If you want a kid of the Unicorn and just for a good, solid build, I think this is especially unique in the past decade worth of gum plot in that it's a 1 44 scale kit that has this full transformation in it.

  • That's just really cool and really interesting.

  • It's a bill that's not like any other build in the line.

  • Of course, having this full transformation, there's that's really fun.

  • Unique build on the next one Here is the really great new Gundam.

  • Now, this one I have here on the list just because I think that this is just a really good example of what the real great line should be.

  • 1 44 scale kit with fantastic armor separation, really cool inner frame, A really nice articulation and just a really cool look to it.

  • And it has all of that.

  • So it's basically like a 1 44 scale version of a master grade.

  • That's what the RG line was set out to be.

  • This one does that perfectly.

  • It stands equal to the master grade kit just in terms of overall quality and details and everything.

  • I think it's just as good as some people might still prefer one version over there for a difference.

  • You know, minor reasons.

  • They prefer some ankle gimmick or something on one.

  • Get over the other.

  • Something like that.

  • You could really nit pick it a lot.

  • But someone came to me and said they wanted to try out the real grade line they didn't want, like the transforming gimmick of the Unicorn.

  • But they wanted a good, solid Gundam type kit from the really great line.

  • This is definitely the one that I would recommend, but there's one more real great that I do want to also talk about here as well, and that be the real grade Double O Rizer, and this woman was a little bit toss up for me between the devil, a riser or the quant.

  • And the reason why I went with double arises because I think it just comes with a little bit more in the box.

  • You have so much in there with the Double O Gundam and then the rise of unit, which you can separate on its own.

  • And you have a bunch of different weapons with this kid, of course.

  • So you have tons of different weapons options, posing options.

  • The kid has really solid the detail on this fantastic.

  • The clear parts look amazing.

  • And so it's just a really great, really great kid, especially if you're a fan of Double O, or even if you're not a super fan of double O like me.

  • When I built this skit, I wasn't really expecting to really like it that much.

  • But I loved this kid when I built it, and that was coming out in a time when I wasn't really into the real grade line all that much personally.

  • But this one really made me enjoy the kid quite a lot.

  • So while the master grade kit of this, I think is still pretty good, the rial grade kit is just has just that much higher level of detail and finesse.

  • I think to it, and so amongst, like the double O kids, the sea tickets, the alternate universe, really great kids to come out in the line.

  • I think this is probably the best one of the bunch, for sure.

  • but all right, let's move on to a high grades because there's a ton.

  • Bandai puts out more high grades than any other line.

  • And so we have to consider h Do you see?

  • There's all HD build.

  • Fighters build fighters.

  • Tribe are blood orphans all of the age basically all came out after 2009.

  • And so we had a ton of high grades to consider A So I tried to include some of the best kind of from across the spectrum of HD here on the line.