It's April 17, 2022 and LEGO is marketing a large handful of new sets from the Jurassic Park / Jurassic World range on its official online store as planned. As far as I'm concerned, I'll settle for a copy of the exhibition set 76956 T. rex Breakout, the rest leaves me unmoved despite the presence of some pretty plastic dinosaurs in some of the other boxes.
As usual, it's up to you to see whether to crack without waiting by paying the full price for these boxes or whether to show a little patience and wait for the inevitable reductions that will be offered in the boxes. weeks and months to come at Amazon, on FNAC.com and at a few other resellers.
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For the rest, the owners of the respective brands mentioned on the site remain the owners and it is very well like that, blablabla ....
The fact that LEGO thrills by sending sets for reviews and other tests obviously does not influence my opinion on these products.
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