LEGO reviews Overview Updated November 21, 2020

LEGO reviews

In-depth looks at the latest brick-built creations and more

Whether you’re looking to see if the latest kit is worth the cash or want to get a closer look at another build, checking out our thorough LEGO reviews is an easy solution. We break down everything included in each build alongside offering insight onto how good of a value it is, and it it’s worth adding to your collection.

With reviews on everything from the latest LEGO Star Wars builds to Ideas, Architecture, and even yearly Advent Calendar countdowns, you’ll find plenty of different sets covered from every corner of the brick-built catalog. We also cover everything from smaller creations for the kids all the way up to some of the largest and most display-worthy models from LEGO including its UCS Star Wars builds, and more.

And of course, if there is a build you’d like to see covered, be sure to let us know.

Hands-on: Display your LEGO collection with these Wicked Brick stands

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Many of our favorite LEGO builds stand out due to just how great of display pieces they are. But when it comes to accessories direct from LEGO for showcasing these builds in your collection, there aren’t many options. That’s where the folks from Wicked Brick come in, providing specialized display stands, cases, and wall mounts for a collection of sets, minifigures, and more. Today, we’re taking a look at a few of the brand’s offerings, so be sure to head below for a closer look at how these Wicked Brick LEGO stands can elevate your collection.

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Hands-on: LEGO’s new Baby Yoda is an adorable addition to your Star Wars collection

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With a new season of The Mandalorian airing throughout the fall, LEGO’s most recent Star Wars kit has launched at the perfect time. Giving Star Wars fans a chance to build their own version of The Child out of over 1,700 pieces, today we’re taking a look at the newest brick-built character from a galaxy far, far away. Head below for a closer look at the new LEGO Baby Yoda set and for all of the details in our latest review.

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Review: LEGO’s Bespin Duel set re-creates an iconic Empire Strikes Back scene

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Throughout 2020, LEGO has been celebrating the 40th anniversary of The Empire Strikes Back with a selection of kits centered around the film. Arguably the most iconic scene from the movie was just recently re-created as one of the latest creations from a galaxy far, far away, with the limited edition Bespin Duel set launching last month. Head below for a closer look at the LEGO Bespin Duel in our latest review and to see if the set lives up to its source material.

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LEGO 501st Battle Pack review: Such a must-have, it’s been impossible to get

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One of this year’s most anticipated LEGO kits was first announced way back in April, bringing the iconic 501st Clone Trooper legion from Star Wars to brick-built form. After flying off the shelves when it launched back at the beginning of September, we’re diving into our review of the new Clone Wars era kit to see how it stacks up. Head below for a closer look at the LEGO 501st Battle Pack and its impressive selection of Clone Trooper minifigures.

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LEGO AT-AT review: An almost perfect recreation from The Empire Strikes Back

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LEGO has been celebrating the 40th anniversary of The Empire Strikes Back all year, and earlier this month its latest commemorative creation was released. Debuting as the most recent brick-built version of the iconic AT-AT Walker, this creation packs six minifigures and assembles the third-largest Star Wars set of the year. And now for our latest review, we’re taking a closer look at how the new LEGO AT-AT stacks up. So be sure to head below for all the details.

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LEGO Razor Crest review: Come for Baby Yoda, stay for one of 2020’s best sets

After first being announced in February, the latest LEGO Star Wars set from The Mandalorian finally dropped at the beginning of the week. Debuting as the bounty hunter’s iconic ship, the new Razor Crest stands out among the LEGO catalog, not just because of its unique design, but also its must-have selection of minifigures. Head below for a closer look at the build and all of our thoughts on the latest creation from a galaxy far, far away.

Review: LEGO’s NES delivers a unique collectible packed with Nintendo charm

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LEGO and Nintendo teaming up has been one of the most highly-anticipated collaborations in the history of the brand. After releasing its first lineup of kits at the beginning of the month, we’re now taking a look at the new LEGO NES to see if it truly delivers on the hype. Be sure to head below the fold for a closer look at the new creation and to see how this unique collector’s set stacks up.

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LEGO Star Wars Helmets Review: UCS details in an accurate, affordable package 

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After first being announced back in March, the most recent addition to LEGO’s collection of Star Wars kits is finally here. Assembling Boba Fett, a Stormtrooper, and Tie Fighter Pilot, the new LEGO Star Wars Helmets bring authentic recreations of some of the galaxy’s most fearsome villains to your collection. Complete with an affordable price, the new builds are certainly worth a closer look. Head below for all the details.

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LEGO International Space Station Review: Exquisite collectible for NASA fans

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LEGO kicked off the year with a bang by debuting one of the most highly-coveted creations in quite a long time, the Ideas International Space Station. Entering the vast LEGO Ideas lineup, this fan-inspired kit caught our attention back when it was first showcased at the end of January, and now we’re taking a hands-on look to see if it is truly as out of this world as we thought. Hit the jump as we dive into our full review of the LEGO International Space Station.

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Review: LEGO Star Wars UCS Slave 1 packs 2,000 pieces and is the ultimate display model

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Continuing our coverage of LEGO’s line of Collector Series sets, today we’ll be building the UCS Slave 1. Despite his brief appearances in the original Star Wars films, Boba Fett is still a fan favorite amongst the cast of other characters. Which means fans of the armor-clad bounty hunter will be pleased to hear that LEGO gave his ship the attention it deserves. Head below to see how the bricks stack up….

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