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Star Wars Deluxe Republic Attack Shuttle
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- Comes to life with electronic lights and sounds
- Open it up amd reveal thrilling battle set features
- 3 modes of play
- Can be a vehicle or a playset
- Use your Attack ship and imagination for hours of fun Star Wars play
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Star Wars Deluxe Republic Attack Shuttle
Prepare for twice the out-of-this-world battle action with the STAR WARS REPUBLIC ATTACK SHUTTLE. In space or on the ground, the ATTACK SHUTTLE demolishes the Droid army. It features rotating wings, electronic lights that flash, and a base that makes battle-ready announcements. The REPUBLIC ATTACK SHUTTLE comes with five projectiles, CLONE PILOT figure, blaster, label sheet, instructions, Galactic Battle game dueling card, and battle game base.
Takes on Enemies with Two Attack Modes
The REPUBLIC ATTACK SHUTTLE is ready to bring down the Droid army. None of your opponents have a chance against you and this dual-mode dynamo.
In attack ship mode, this heavily armed vehicle pummels the enemy with pop-up missile-firing canons. It then lands in the center of the pretend battle and converts to an armored attack base with a recon fighter. Clone trooper forces operate the attack ship and armored base, using this powerful weapon to bring the battle right to the Droid army.
Electric Lights and Sounds Keep the Battle Going
This detailed ATTACK SHUTTLE vehicle features rotating wings to start it "soaring." Electronic lights flash as the base makes announcements like "Droid fighters--incoming!" and "All cannons fire" to prepare you and your CLONE PILOT figure for battle.
What's in the Box
STAR WARS REPUBLIC ATTACK SHUTTLE, five projectiles, CLONE PILOT figure, blaster, label sheet, instructions, Galactic Battle game dueling card, battle game base, and game.
or by soaring into the action with the SHUTTLE.
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If I had to rate difficulty of assembly on a 1 to 10 scale, with 1 being the easiest, I would say this was a 7.5. I can't recall exactly, but there was a step or two with vague instructions that I kind of had to work out in my head to complete. The wings were indeed a bit of a pain to snap on, but I've only had to reseat them maybe two or three times since, and it gets easier each time.
I should note that I would not pay the full suggested price for this product. I think that asking $80 for it is asking for at least $20 too much. I believe I got it for around $30 during a holiday sale, but I would have considered paying up to $60 for it. Eighty dollars is just a bit too much for something this size (it's big, but not that big) and it only came with one trooper figure.
As a casual Star Wars toy collector, with a nephew who is also a fan, I actually held off buying this toy for some time. It wasn't at the top of either of our lists, when Hasbro had so many other manageable toys (or exclusives) to enjoy. When Amazon recently dropped the price on this attack shuttle to one-third retail, I bought two at once (one for each of us).
It's a solid toy, built with Hasbro's usual attention to durable materials and nice paint quality. It isn't too heavy for children to carry and is packed with lots of pop-up features like guns and cannons, and lots and lots of sounds from the Clone Wars show.
The shuttle adds play features never featured in the show, but omits a few simple features that WERE in the show. For example, there are pop-up armor panels on the wings for clone troopers to use as shields, once the ship has landed. It's a fun idea so the ship can double as a mobile base. However, both the recent Millennium Falcon and the older Imperial Shuttle have lowering ramps so kids can recreate the scenes where characters entered or exited each ship. But this Republic Shuttle requires disassembly of the toy so characters can board or debark. It is an indicator that Hasbro really wants to add diverse play features to their larger toys to extend play value, but loses the ability to recreate certain scenes from the show.
If the shuttle were larger, it could accomodate the features I mentioned above and all the ones they added, but more importantly it would also be closer to Hasbro's suggested retail price of $80, realistically. No matter the cost to produce it, once assembled this Republic Shuttle is half the size of the AT-AT Imperial Walker toy that sold for $100, and that toy is far more iconic and accomodates more figures (and a speeder bike!) for added play measure. As it is now, I would say a more accurate retail cost for this Shuttle was $50, even with all the electronic sounds and lights.