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LEGO Ghostbusters 75827 Firehouse Headquarters Building Kit (4634 Piece)

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  • Accessory elements include an alarm bell, fire extinguisher, computer, phone, toolbox, tools, jars of slimes, magnifying glass, camera, camera rolls, arcade game, toaster with slime, fridge with frozen pizza, milk and cheese, and much more
  • Includes 9 minifigures: Peter Venkman, Raymond Stantz, Egon Spengler, Winston Zeddemore, Janine Melnitz, Dana Barrett, Louis Tully, Zombie Driver and Library Ghost
  • Measures over 14" (36cm) high, 9" (25cm) wide and 14" (38cm) deep
  • With walls opened out, measures over 14" (36cm) high, 18" (46 cm) wide and 14" (38cm) deep
  • Also comes with Slimer, Pink Ghost and Blue Ghost
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There's definitely something strange in this neighborhood! Slide down the fire pole into action, power up the proton packs and start zapping! The Ghostbusters are chasing Slimer and other mischievous ghosts. Round them up in the containment unit! Take samples of slime to the lab and analyze photos in the darkroom. Or grab a pizza and relax with a game of pool in this detailed play set packed with features true to the movie classics!.


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Whether or not the new 2016 Ghostbusters movie will be a hit or not, this is a great Lego set. I'm sure the older kids (aka adults) will appreciate this set especially if they grew up with the original movie. After building this set, I feel that I definitely have to re-watch the original movies (was there a part III? I kinda only remember the first two) to see exactly what was built. I have a feeling the Temple of Gozer (looked that up just now, was going to call the the portal of Zuul) will be released in the future.

Getting back to this set. It has all of the main characters, including the 4 Ghostbusters, so you'll have duplicates of them if you purchase the Ecto-1 car as well. The Ecto-1, by the way, can fit into the Firehouse with some movement of pieces, but for the most part you'll want to keep it out do the Firehouse for display/play. Love the staircases, fire pole, and Slimer! In conclusion, this set is fun to build, HUGE, and nice to look at. My son is definitely not going to be allowed to take this apart.

I've said this is a "great value" although that term is relative because spending $350 on a toy seems pretty ridiculous, but going by the non-official 10cent/brick pricing estimate this 4634 piece set is a bargain. (The Simpsons house's "value" is comparable at $199.99 with 2523 pieces, though we paid $219 at the Lego store for some strange reason... Currently, The Tower Bridge beats both at $239 for 4295 pieces, but it's not a licensed brand name so not sure if that made the big difference or if it included a lot of smaller pieces.) If you aren't familiar with the movie or didn't like them, you might have a hard time convincing yourself to purchase your set.
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First things first: I purchased this set via pre-order directly from Lego at the MSRP of $349.99. I suspect Amazon will eventually have this set for the same, but as with most new fan-favorite Lego sets, third party sales will drive the price a bit higher for the time being. I wanted to address this so that people have an honest review of the set and not a commentary on the price. It's annoying to see people not actually review the product, and leave 1-star reviews because of price. Take my word for it: this is a five star set.

Bottom line up front, this set is fantastic. The level of detail and construction is amazing, and the minifigs are incredible as well.

First off, the box is massive. Very cool photographs of the kit, and nice hazard striping along the sides are a fun touch. Inside you have two sealed boxes with piece bags inside, and more bags in the bottom of the box. The instruction manual is a coffee table book. Very large, and adhesive bound (as opposed to spiral). It holds up just fine while building and I had no issues with pages coming out.

You get 9 minifigs, to include: The Ghostbusters themselves (Egon, Ray, Winston, and Peter), Dana Barrett, Louis Tully, Janine Melnitz, Ghost Librarian, and Zombie Cabbie. You also get Slimer and a pink and blue ghost. The detail on these figures is great, with Louis Tully and the Librarian being the standouts for me. They manage to catch awesome details like Janine's eyeglasses down on her nose, conveying her attitude from the movie. Most of the minifigs have dual sided faces. My only knock here is that they didn't include Walter Peck, but I guess one could be cobbled together from regular minifigs.
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If you're an 80s fan, like ghostbusters and Lego, you should definitely get this. This set was released jan 1 with a MSRP of 349.99. Do not spend more than this amount.
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I got this set for my wife, who is a huge LEGO fan. She worked on it for a total of 19 hours over the course of a week. I got a lot of video game time in, plus the set looks amazing on our shelf. The attention to detail shows that the builders really have a lot of love for the original material.
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Wow! I expected this one to be my biggest Lego challenge but wow. I really enjoyed this set. It was worth the money and I'm currently trying to figure out a good way to display it. If you like Legos and like Ghostbusters this set is definitely for you. All the subtle throwbacks is awesome.

Only two things I wish were better. Having to put stickers on some of the pieces. Cause I wanted them to be perfect. And the hinge system that opens and closes the side of the building. I don't feel they line up as well as I'd like. Wish they were more sturdy.
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Still in the middle of building this, but it is clearly a work by fans. I just installed a bulletin board in Peter's Office, which contains a note: RIP: HR, a nod to Harold Ramis (Egon). There are other little details that harken to both movies. A spot on the sidewalk has broken pavement and the pink slime from the sewers.

the construction is going well, the parts are nicely sorted into the marked bags, a much better experience than building Ecto-1 was. The individual characters are strewn through the parts, kinda breaks up the assembly

All in all, well worth the price, so far.

ETA: Finished the building. All in all an enjoyable experience. There were a total of two parts missing in the entire set, so that's, what, about .point zero four percent error? And i was able to use leftover pieces from the set itself to complete it, so didn't cannibalize any other sets.

Found more details from both movies that showed up regularly. Lots of playability, loads of details, and the fireman's pole? Spins independently. So when lifting the handle up to the top, you just lift rather than have to spin it around six times to get to the top. Plus, there's room in the constructing hardware to lock the handle at the top so the Ghostbuster doesn't fall until you are ready for him to.
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