It's armed to the teeth with a water bottle rocket launcher and a BB Gatling gun capable of firing 6,000 rounds a minute; all for the very reasonable price tag of around 1.35 million dollars.
The "Kuratas" mech's cockpit can comfortably fit a pilot, where a Kinect-based movement detection system tracks the user's face to lock onto targets. In a horrible, yet hilarious, macabre twist, the Gatling gun is activated when the pilot smiles.
If a hands-on approach isn't your thing, the robot can also be controlled remotely with any device that can access a 3G network, such as your iPhone. You probably won't be using it to drive to work though—the Kuratas's top speed is just over 7 mph.
You can customize and order your own mechanized warfighter at the Suidobashi website, where you can add a spiffy paint job, or if you're feeling especially ambitious, a cupholder.