Star Wars 174 Imperial AT-AT All Terrain Armored Transport Vehicle
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- The largest action figure AT-AT ever made. AT-AT Driver and launching speeder bike included
- Seating for tons of figures. Includes one (1) figure, others sold separately
- Measuring over 2-feet tall and over 2-feet long, this huge AT-AT is sure to be the must-have Star Wars toy this season
- Modeled after the Imperial Walkers from The Empire Strikes Back, the head of the vehicle alone can carry tons of figures
- The multi-level body has room for even more troopers, plus the articulated legs, firing cannons, and other surprising
- features are going to blow away the Rebel forces on Hoth
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Scaled to interact with 3 " figures, the Star Wars 2010 Super Deluxe AT-AT Walker measures approximately 24" tall x 28" long x 12" wide, is designed to carry a total of 20 figures, 6 of which can be used as crew for the AT-AT™s head cockpit; the Super Deluxe AT-AT is accompanied by a 3 " AT-AT Driver and a deployable Speeder Bike. Bearing dimensions sufficient to crush all opposition and thoroughly terrorize all enemies of the Empire, the quadrupedal AT-AT stands 22.5 meters tall. Crewed by a pilot, gunner/copilot, deck officers and a commander, the AT-AT is capable of housing forty or more troops, and as many as five Speeder Bikes and two AT-ST vehicles. Powered by an FW62 compact fusion drive system, the AT-AT is equipped with an MS-1 fire-linked heavy laser cannon, medium repeating blasters, and Durasteel footpads. During the Empire™s assault on the Rebel Alliance™s Echo Base on Hoth, lumbering AT-AT Walkers, pitted against the Alliance™s Snowspeeders, comprised a large portion of the Imperial occupation. Later, Walkers were used to patrol the Empire™s holdings, in conjunction with Death Star II™s shield generator, on the moon of Endor.
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|Item Dimensions||25.75 x 8.27 x 15.24 in||27.01 x 6.5 x 15 in||15.39 x 6.89 x 27.52 in||9.84 x 11.81 x 9.84 in||12 x 18 x 16 in||28 x 24 x 35 in|
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These features alone would sell the toy, in my opinion, but to increase the value, Hasbro has added so much more! It comes with a whole load of lights and sounds that are all suitable to the vehicle and seem to be good reproductions of movie lines and sound effects. The toy also comes with laser cannons that can imitate shooting, as well as an additional two that shoot small projectiles. The body has multiple grappling hooks that figures can hold on to. Among these is an automatically retractable grappling hook that a figure can hold on to, to imitate the scene in the movie where Luke slices through a walker.
Finally, to really seal the deal, Hasbro included a figure (a pilot) and a speeder. Considering a speeder-figure set would be about $25 outside, this is really very generous of Hasbro!
As a side, the toy is also really stable and seems durable enough for extended play. The joints are remarkably strong (some might say too strong!) in order to perfectly support the figure.
Overall, this set is almost perfect and great fun to play with. It has enough detail to be worth it to a collector, but in my opinion, it really shines as an amazing toy for kids. It hearkens back to the time when toys involved more imagination and less automatic electronics you see so often these days. A truly mind-blowing toy, and well worth the purchase!
One small oversight: it would have been really helpful if Hasbro had measured their General Veers and older AT-AT Commander figures before designing the cockpit to be 3mm too short for them to clear the ceiling. The roof only closes over the new AT-AT Commander (2010), which appeared on the racks at the same time. (Then again, perhaps they DID measure these.... Hmmm....)
The biggest drawback is that it came out 10 years too late. We already have three of the earlier, smaller version. These now just hang their heads and mope around, feeling inadequate. They won't even join in re-enactments of the battle of Hoth or anything anymore. :)
Now if Hasbro might just give this kind of attention to a new, improved Imperial Shuttle!