Posted by Mark on February 19, 2005 at 12:20 PM CST
I imagine we'll all sit back one day fondly remembering how much fun these toys were to play with, but sometimes action features just go a little too far. The idea, I imagine was a good one, "let's make a figure with a Jedi Kick," but in execution it just isn't quit there. Basically, it all happens so fast there's really nothing to watch. Yes, Obi-Wan III-27 kicks like a pro, but that's pretty much all he's good for. If youíre a collector that doesn't mind setting this up on a shelf and maybe showing it off to a few friends, it will be great, but if you're look for something with extended play value, keep looking.


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