Already available in Germany for several months, the new official LEGO Technic magazine published by Blue Ocean is now available in France. The first issue sold for €6.99 comes with the polybag 30465 Helicopter, a bag of 70 pieces that is otherwise available en masse on the secondary market for less than €4.
This first issue also seems to be more of a test than a real magazine launch: you have to make do with less than twenty pages, of which only twelve are devoted to editorial content. There is also a survey that should allow the publisher to decide on the future of this new thematic support. For the rest, the proposed content is aimed at young audiences, do not expect to find enough to satisfy your appetite for construction techniques.
In short, as it stands, this pilot issue sold for €6.99 is far from offering the level of content that one would hope for from a publication centered on the LEGO Technic universe. Let's hope that a second issue will come out one day with a few more pages, fewer disguised advertisements and a few articles addressing, for example, the basic principles of the range.
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