New Lego Hero Factory Available

Mickey | Shopping | Friday, December 3rd, 2010

Lego Hero Factory

 

If you are a fan of Legos and the Bionicle series, then this Christmas you will want to pay attention to the new Lego Hero Factory.  If you are unfamiliar with this relatively new Lego line, here is a little back story.  If you have a problem of any kind, you call the hero factory located in Makuhero City.  Once you describe the situation, they will send a robotic hero created especially for your needs.  These toys can also be found on television, big screens and in comic books.  With so many action heroes and villains to choose from this line of Legos is sure to be a big hit this holiday season.

The Lego Hero Factory is actually quite affordable.  The smallest sets available contain seventeen pieces and go for about eight dollars.  If you want a much larger set, you will have to shell out a bit more money, but there are sets available with anywhere from one hundred to three hundred pieces.

Another reason why this set will be popular this holiday season is that it appeals to a wide array of ages.  The smaller sets are ideal for younger children because there are fewer items to assemble and the pieces are not that large. For children with more advanced motor skills, you can purchase a larger set that requires more intricate work.

As with all Lego products, this particular line is well made and very durable.  Not only do they come with a wide array of accessories including boomerangs, sonic boom weapons, and shooters, they also stand easily and are easy to manipulate.

Despite all the advantages, some of the more traditional Lego users may be a little disappointed.  That is because this set doesn’t require as much building as others do.  The Hero set is actually geared a little bit more for play than anything else.  Also, it may be hard for fans of Bionicle to switch to a different line especially after the nine year saga of the previous series.  In addition, there are some definite similarities between the two lines which may confuse users.

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