LEGO Star Wars Reviews


 NameThemeReleasePiecesMinifiguresReviewPrice (£)Buy
75269 Duel on MustafarLEGO Star WarsDec-192080Read
75271 Luke Skywalker's LandspeederLEGO Star WarsDec-192360Read
75273 Poe Dameron's X-wing FighterLEGO Star WarsDec-197610Read
75270 Obi-Wan's HutLEGO Star WarsDec-192000Read
75266 Sith Troopers Battle PackLEGO Star WarsDec-191050Read
75272 Sith TIE FighterLEGO Star WarsDec-194700Read
75268 SnowspeederLEGO Star WarsDec-19910Read
75267 Mandalorian Battle PackLEGO Star WarsDec-191020Read
75248 Resistance A-wing StarfighterLEGO Star WarsDec-195400Read
75254 AT-ST RaiderLEGO Star WarsDec-195400Read
75246 Death Star CannonStar WarsNov-191592Read
75250 Pasaana Speeder Chase Star WarsNov-193733Read
75255 YodaStar WarsOct-1917711Read
75256 Kylo Ren's ShuttleStar WarsOct-1910056Read
75241 Action Battle Echo Base DefenceStar WarsJul-195045Read
75236 Duel On Starkiller BaseStar WarsJun-191912Read
75239 Action Battle Hoth Generator AttackStar WarsJun-192352Read
75244 Tantive IVStar WarsMay-1917685Read
75262 Imperial Dropship - 20th Anniversary EditionStar WarsApr-191255Read
75238 Action Battle Endor AssaultStar WarsApr-191932Read
75258 Anakin's Podracer - 20th Anniversary EditionStar WarsApr-192793Read
75261 Clone Scout Walker - 20th Anniversary EditionStar WarsApr-192503Read
75259 Snowspeeder - 20th Anniversary EditionStar WarsApr-193094Read
75243 Slave I - 20th Anniversary EditionStar WarsApr-1910076Read
75223 Naboo Starfighter MicrofighterStar WarsFeb-19621Read
75247 Rebel A-wing StarfighterStar WarsFeb-19622Read
75226 Inferno Squad Battle PackStar WarsFeb-191184Read
75228 Escape Pod vs. Dewback MicrofightersStar WarsFeb-191772Read
75233 Droid GunshipStar WarsFeb-193892Read
75234 AT-AP WalkerStar WarsFeb-196893Read
75224 Sith Infiltrator MicrofighterStar WarsJan-19921Read
75225 Elite Praetorian Guard Battle PackStar WarsJan-191094Read
75229 Death Star EscapeStar WarsJan-193293Read
75235 X-Wing Starfighter Trench RunStar WarsJan-191322Read
75251 Darth Vader's CastleStar WarsJan-1910605Read
75220 SandcrawlerStar WarsNov-1812394Read
75214 Anakin's Jedi StarfighterStar WarsOct-182471Read
75217 Imperial Conveyex TransportStar WarsSep-186225Read
75219 Imperial AT-HaulerStar WarsSep-188295Read
75215 Cloud-Rider Swoop BikesStar WarsAug-183553Read
75203 Hoth Medical ChamberStar WarsAug-182552Read
75216 Snoke's Throne RoomStar WarsAug-184925Read
75181 Y-wing StarfighterStar WarsMay-1819671Read
75207 Imperial Patrol Battle PackStar WarsApr-18994Read here12.99Amazon
75206 Jedi and Clone Troopers Battle PackStar WarsApr-181024Read
75535 Han SoloStar WarsApr-181010Read here16.99Amazon
75537 Darth MaulStar WarsApr-181040Read here24.97Amazon
75536 Range TrooperStar WarsApr-181010Read here28Amazon
75210 Moloch's LandspeederStar WarsApr-184642Read
75211 Imperial TIE FighterStar WarsApr-185194Read
75212 Kessel Run Millennium FalconStar WarsApr-1814146Read here130.64Amazon
75192 Millennium FalconStar WarsApr-1875417Read
75201 First Order AT-STStar WarsJan-183703Read here38.5Amazon
75198 Tatooine Battle PackStar WarsDec-17973Read
75197 First Order Specialists Battle PackStar WarsDec-171084Read
75200 Ahch-To Island TrainingStar WarsDec-172412Read
75199 General Grievous' Combat SpeederStar WarsDec-171571Read
75204 SandspeederStar WarsDec-172782Read
75205 Mos Eisley CantinaStar WarsDec-173784Read here41.86Amazon
75202 Defense of CraitStar WarsDec-177465Read here74.23Amazon
75172 Y-wing StarfighterStar WarsDec-176914Read here91.9Amazon
75168 Yoda's Jedi StarfighterStar WarsNov-172621Read
75171 Battle on ScarifStar WarsNov-174194Read here59.99Amazon
75191 Jedi Starfighter with HyperdriveStar WarsNov-178253Read here108.92Amazon
75189 First Order Heavy Assault WalkerStar WarsSep-1713765Read here129.99Amazon
75176 Resistance Transport PodStar WarsSep-172942Read here21.39Amazon
75177 First Order Heavy Scout WalkerStar WarsSep-175544Read here39.99Amazon
75179 Kylo Ren's TIE FighterStar WarsSep-176303Read here66.89Amazon
75187 BB-8Star WarsSep-1711060Read here84.95Amazon
75188 Resistance BomberStar WarsSep-177785Read here97.81Amazon
75190 First Order Star DestroyerStar WarsSep-1714165Read here150.49Amazon

About LEGO Star Wars

In 1999, Star Wars fans around the world were given the first new film in the series for 16 years – Episode I: The Phantom Menace. It had the biggest merchandise launch that had ever been seen and saw the first ever collaboration between the LEGO Group and an outside property. Inside the company, there was huge debate about whether it was appropriate to release a theme with the word ‘wars’ in the title and whether it would disrupt the LEGO traditions.

Those who saw the opportunity in licensed themes won the argument, and LEGO Star Wars went on to be a huge success. In the first year, two waves of sets were released – one based on the classic trilogy, and one based on The Phantom Menace. In subsequent years, that strategy of releasing sets that cover the entire saga would continue.

Within a few years of LEGO Star Wars arriving on the toy store shelves, several new things had been tried within the theme. LEGO Technic sets that built armoured characters and droids had been launched, as had Mini sets that built tiny version of Star Wars vehicles. Most significantly though, the Ultimate Collector Series launched, offering highly detailed display models that were not in scale with minifigures.

LEGO video games were not much of a success story in 2005, new format was about to redefine what fans associated with the term. To coincide with the release of Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith, TT Games released LEGO Star Wars: The Video Game, which saw players following the story of the prequel trilogy as a minifigure character. It was packed with humour and simple pick-up-and-go  gameplay, allowing children and casual gamers to get it on the action.

While Han Solo’s famous hunk of junk had been released several times before, 10179 Ultimate Collector’s Millennium Falcon was the largest ever set in the theme when it arrived in 2007 with 5,197 elements. It built version of the ship that was in scale with a minifigure and could fit four characters in the cockpit for the first time. Until a new version came along, it was selling for incredible amounts of the secondary market.

In 2012, Lucasfilm became part of the Disney company and new films were announced. Beginning in 2015, for each new film the LEGO Group released a new wave of sets depicting the latest vehicles, locations and minifigures.

No other licensed theme has been continually on the shelves for as long as LEGO Star Wars, which commemorated the 20-year mark in 2019 with a series of special anniversary sets. Hundreds of sets through those two decades have covered the sequel trilogy, The Clone Wars, the Expanded Universe, Rebels, The Mandalorian and more. With Disney’s acquisition of Lucasfilm of 2012, a never-ending stream of Star Wars was promised – and that is likely to ensure that the LEGO Star Wars team never run out of new subject matter to keep collectors collecting.