Reviews Archive

Review: 6192 Pirate Building Set by MacK

Thursday, March 26th, 2009

We have another great pirate set review today, this time coming from MacK

Review of 6192 Pirate Building Set

What will ye find inside?

Check out the set's exclusive minifig, plus some of the models you can build in 6192 Pirate Building Set and read detailed comments and set info.

You can see all of this and more if you check out MacK's 6192 Pirate Building Set review in the Pirate Forum!

Review: 8397 Pirate Survival by WhiteFang

Thursday, March 19th, 2009

WhiteFang yet again provides us with a detailed pirate set review, this time of set 8397 Pirate Survival.

8397 Pirate Survival review by WhiteFang

Will this pirate manage to survive on just fish?

 Find out all of the information on 8397 Pirate Survival in this review, from the bandana-toting pirate to the succulent fish grilling over open flames.

Read about all of this and more by checking out
WhiteFang's 8397 Pirate Survival review
in the Pirate Forum!

Review: 8396 Soldier’s Arsenal by WhiteFang

Thursday, March 5th, 2009

Reviewers' Academy Teacher WhiteFang has done an excellent review on this year's new Soldier Impulse set: 8396 Soldier's Arsenal.

WhiteFangs Soldiers Arsenal Review

Hup-2-3-4!

What are WhiteFang's thoughts on the set?

 Check out the review and discuss the set in the Pirate Forum!

Review: 6242 Soldiers’ Fort by Grevious

Friday, February 13th, 2009

Grevious has written a lovely review of set #6242 Soldiers' Fort

In-depth review of 6242 Soldiers' Fort.

What secrets does this fort hold?

Learn about all of the Soldiers' Fort's details, view detailed photos of the minifigs and discover everything there is to know about this exciting part of the new LEGO® Pirates line.

Check out Grevious's exciting 6242 Soldiers' Fort review
in the Pirate Forum!

Pictorial Review: 6253 – Shipwreck Hideout, by Moose

Wednesday, December 31st, 2008

Moose's first review is one we will all like to see! It is about the limited edition set: 6253 Shipwreck Hideout, a 310 piece, 6 minifig rich Pirate base set! 2 of the minifigs are Imperial Guards, the rest are Pirates, including Captain Brickbeard himself.

Click here to see Mooses pictorial review of 6253 Shipwreck Hideout in the Pirates forum

Limited Edition, people! Buy it NOW!

But I am not going to say much more about this set down here, if you want to know more you better go read forum user Moose's review. You can find more pictures there as well, and if you want to buy it, go look at the Toys R Us New Pirate Sets thread!

Now come on over to the Pirates forum to read Moose's review and discuss Shipwreck Hideout!

PICTORIAL REVIEW: 8396 Soldier’s Arsenal and 8397 Pirate Survival by NewRight

Wednesday, November 19th, 2008

One of our best forum members, NewRight, visited a local Toys R' Us store, as you can see, it proved to be very succesful!

Imperial Guard Impulse Pack

Imperial Guard Impulse Pack

As said, he made a DOUBLE review... about both Impulse Packs: the Soldier's Arsenal and Pirate Survival!
The Pirates Impulse Pack

The Pirates Impulse Pack

The cheapest LEGO Pirates sets on the market! And they go very well with all the other Pirates sets, so this leaves no possible excuse to NOT buy them! If you are not from the USA, and you already want them you can try this link to look at some sets available on eBay.

Rush to the Pirates forum to discuss NewRight's Soldier's Arsenal and Pirate Survival reviews!

PICTORIAL REVIEW: 6253 Shipwreck Hideout by TheBrickster

Wednesday, November 19th, 2008

TheBrickser does it again!  Our incredible reviewing machine has produced a review for 6253 Shipwreck Hideout.  Apparently this one is "Limited Edition" so you better see what you could be missing if you don't buy one soon enough!

It doesnt look very hidden for a hideout does it?

It doesn't look very hidden for a "hideout" does it?

As with all of our 2009 Pirate set reviews, TheBrickster has analysed Shipwreck Hideout in anal retentive detail to give you a complete overview of everything thing the set has to offer.

To read the Pictorial Review of this Limited Edition Extravaganza dash to the LEGO Pirates forum this very instant!

PICTORIAL REVIEW: 6192 Pirate Construction Set by TheBrickster

Wednesday, November 19th, 2008

TheBrickster seems to be currently spending a lot of his free time in the Name Of The Holy Brick, just hours after his previous reviews he made another pictorial review about this fantastic Pirate Construction Set (6192). Thank you TheBrickster!

A bit more info: For the first time LEGO releases a small scala of Construction Sets, something closely linked to the Creator sets, but still a bit different. For now, there is one Pirates, one City and one Castle Construction set, although I believe they might develop more if this is a succes (and going by this great review, I think they will sell very well!).

This is a good initiative from LEGO!

This is a good initiative from LEGO!

They cost 10 USD and the set is recommended for ages 4 to 7, but because of the good MOC parts, the unique minifig and the low price, this Pirate Construction set will appeal to a lot of AFOLs as well!

Head your merry way over to the LEGO Pirates forum to read the  6192 Pirate Construction Set Review by the Brickster!



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