Gundam Age was critisized for being too much for kids, but I feel that people forgot that a large part of Gundam was always child-like innocence and a sense of wonder, which Age did well, while also having more mature themes of coping with lost loved ones and witnessing terrible things, with the danger of still much more to lose.
Gundam Age Titus is one of the evolutions of the modular AGE 1 Gundam, which specializes in brute melee combat with its oversized fists and built in beam saber tech.
Performing various wrestling movies, it can shoulder charge with beams coming from the oversized round shoulders, make beam knee-attacks and a beam lariat (clotheshanger) from its wrist.
In model kit terms it means it comes with two attachable (parts forming) beam lariats (circles) that attach to the wrists and 14 saber parts for the knees and shoulders. Its fists are oversized, made for punching, though there are no other hands included.
The shoulders and wrists extend to go into 'beam mode'.
It's a cute kit that is designed with a kid's fantasy in mind, where things are oversized and there's a huge spoiler on the back of it.
The articulation is fine, only a little limited and while the upper body can pop off a bit easier than most kits, it can be solved by adding something to the polycap ball that holds it, or the slot which it goes into.
If you like fighting Gundams, you shouldn't miss this kit.