This is THE Millennium Falcon toy that never arrived when every 9-yo kid wanted it in 1977: the 2.5-foot Hasbro's Star Wars Legacy Collection Millennium Falcon, worthy of the most mind-blowing SW collections. It's probably the most realistic Falcon toy you can buy this side of an actual prop, with LEDs everywhere, sound, movable parts, and absolutely every detail imaginable except real engines. And when I say every detail, I mean every single detail, as you will see in the full hi-res gallery after the jump.
The model includes these chambers:
• Light-up cockpit with room for four figures.
• Medical bay.
• Secret smuggling compartments to hide from pesky Death Star crews.
• Auto-opening boarding ramp.
• Pivoting gunner station.
• Crew quarters with light-up dejarik table.
• Rotating laser turret fires two missiles and makes weapons sounds.
• 3-missile launcher with blasting sounds.
• Cannon that launches a "laser" missile (whatever that is.)
• Missile-firing mini-fighter inside an opening docking bay that makes electronic boarding and flight sounds (oooook, this is not in the movies unless I missed a secret chapter.)
• Pivoting training probe with lightsaber sounds.
Here are all its features:
• Light-up headlights and loads of electronic vehicle and weapon sounds—engine boost, cruise mode, fly-by, firing cannons, and much more.
• Opening, light-up cockpit can fit up to four figures.
• Remove outer panels to access the ship's interior.
• Authentic movie phrases from Han, Luke, Obi-Wan, C-3PO, Chewbacca, and R2-D2.
• Movie sound effects everywhere.
• Light-up engines.
• Includes Han Solo and Chewbacca and can hold up to 18 figures.
In other words: a whole bunch of pointless, completely unnecessary, and totally amazing plastic junk that arrives 30 years too late, and is a complete must for every 39-yo fanboy—who is going to secretly play with it in the closet, going "pew pew pew" with their voice (screw the built-in sounds).