First Order Stormtrooper Playset) but this one is neat and clean while that one was covered with sand. This is a set that you can pick up at retail still for around $5 bucks and which might be a great introductory set to Hasbro's Micro Machines. Ready for a short look at three Micro Machines? Then join me after the break...
* Rey is quite possibly my favorite character from The Force Awakens; everything about her just already seems so darn iconic. I love her desert scenes and this speeder (which she built herself) is just too cool. It's a nice little vehicle, although I wish the permanently attached Rey microfigure had a bit better paint job. The inclusion of the net is a nice touch, though.
OK, it's on: What in the world is with the numbers stamped on the side of Rey's Speeder? Other vehicles in the Micro Machines line have these but few are displayed so prominently as on this. It just looks odd. Why are these numbers so significant anyways, Hasbro?
I've reviewed a couple of Rey figures, such as Rey (Jakku) & BB-8 and the K-Mart exclusive Rey (Starkiller Base).
I've reviewed a few other Micro Machines sets from both Hasbro and Galoob, as well:
Micro Machines: Star Wars by Galoob (1994)
Classic Characters (2nd Edition)
Micro Machines: Star Wars by Hasbro (2015)
Droid Army Ambush
First Order Star Destroyer Playset
First Order Stormtrooper Playset
Millennium Falcon Playset
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