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6-15-2011 @ 2:33AM
To all of you advocating Lego over Megablocks:Have fun with your overpriced plastic blocks. Biggest sets I could find (of similar size):(Megablocks)Halo UNSC Pelican Dropship: 944 pieces, $59.99ODST Covenant Invasion: 669 pieces. $49.99UNSC Shortsword: 471 pieces. $39.99Covenant Wraith: 459 pieces. $29.99(Star Wars Lego)Clone Turbo Tank: 1141 pieces. $119.99AT-AT Walker: 815 pieces. $109.99Obi-Wan's Jedi Starfighter: 676 pieces. $99.99ARC-170 Starfighter: 396 pieces. $59.99Emperor Palpatine’s™ Shuttle: 592 pieces. $59.99As you can clearly see, Lego as a brand name is overpriced when they are EXACTLY THE SAME THING AS MEGABLOCKS. They even interlock with Megablocks. On top of that, the non-licensed sets are way cooler than the Lego sets and the figures a) are articulated better and b) don't count as multiple parts to the sets.
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