Star Wars E3 OTC MILLENNIUM FALCON
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- For Play with 3.75 inches tall Star Wars Action Figures!
- Cockpit fits 2 Figures. Ship opens up to play in rear compartment. Comes with gaming table.
- Hide from the Stormtroopers in the compartment hiddden under the floor panel. Boarding ramp opens and closes.
- Landing gear lowers and raises. Engines and weapons light and sound effects.
- Made by Hasbro in 2004 and long out of production.
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Top Customer Reviews
It has cool sounds. Now you can fit two characters in the cockpit! Alot of room for figures inside, gunner seat,and
lights also. It looks small in the picture, but its huge!
Battle damage outside too. You can re-create the scene from the movie when ties come. Don't feel like fighting, Make the jump to hyperspace with lights and sounds! It also has the secret floor panel like in the movie! The landing gear is very durable.
The door works well, but the legs on the door aren't sturdy.
When I play with it,I open the flap to put the figures in because the figure will hit the legs and they will fall off.
They could have removed the cardboard wall and made more room though. Other than that, I love it!
As a collector (i.e. big kid ;)), I've always liked the Millennium Falcon toy. But there were a few things on the original and the 90's re-release which bothered me. First was the fact that it is rather difficult to get figures into the cockpit. There's not much space in there and the cheap plastic hinge used to open/close the cockpit cover always seemed kind of fragile. I was always afraid of bending it too far because the plastic would eventually get weak and break. And remember how if you 'fly' the ship upside down the cover over the main compartment would fall off?
Well, I'm happy that the toy designers at Hasbro have fixed these problems. The new cockpit has a redesigned cover that flips up (instead of sideways) on a more standard peg hinge. The control panel sits inside the cockpit cover and no longer has a divider to separate the left and right 'seat'. This makes getting Han and Chewbacca in and out of the cockpit much easier. The new hinge should also be more durable over time, although you must be careful not to flip the cockpit cover up too far. They also added strategically placed tabs on the main compartment cover so it will stay in place even when the ship is upside down. It takes a little bit of effort to get the cover on, but it's not too bad.
On my 90's re-release Falcon, I discovered a problem with the rear landing gear. I had stored the ship for a few years. I got it out recently and pulled out the landing gear.Read more ›
I finally had it all put together and tried to put the stickers on at this point. Well, as I moved it around to place stickers (not very well done stickers), the faulty pieces started to fall off. I was done at this point. But my 8 yr old really wanted to play with it and I thought maybe we would get something out of it. Within 5 minutes he was done. It was just no fun with everything falling apart and the action figures don't fit well in the cannon chair or the cockpit.
The sound effects are cool and the outside scorch marks are a nice touch. But for this much money, it should be well made too.
I would not recommend this to a collector and definitely not to a parent thinking of buying for a child. Total JUNK!!!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Very nice toy. Put the decals on it's place is kind of difficult. Everything else is Ok.Published 7 months ago by Luis Vera
Grandson loves it to pieces, lights, sounds and all his Legos and figures fit inside! Hooray! The new Disney version was a nothing for $60+ no open! no lights! no sounds! Read morePublished 18 months ago by Allison
Of the Falcons I've seen today(which are WAY overpriced non-the-less) this one lies in the mediocre range, though not a bad ship at all. Read morePublished on November 24, 2013 by Kid Icarus
This is a huge success. He is very involved in Star Wars characters and specifically asked for this particular toy.Published on December 25, 2012 by S. Mark Novick
$214.99 for a Millenium Falcon? Why paying that money if you can pay $169.99 for a newer, bigger and better Falcon? Read morePublished on March 12, 2012 by R. L. Arias
This wasn't bad for its time, but the 2008 Legacy Millennium Falcon absolutely blows it away. It's bigger, has more features, and comes with Han and Chewie. Check it out here.Published on March 23, 2011 by Arnold
I'm not too surprised by the negative reviews for the product. In a way I agree with them. When you look at a toy like this I think you have to first ask who it's for, and what's... Read morePublished on November 12, 2008 by bordersj2