Star Wars Force Link 2.0 Action Figure 2-Packs Review (Hasbro)

Star Wars Force Link 2.0 Action Figure 2-Packs
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EDITOR'S REVIEW
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What It Is

There's lots of Star Wars excitement waiting for you with these outstanding figure sets. These 2-packs include deluxe action figures that work with Hasbro's Force Link 2.0 system. The three different sets featured in this video include: Rose in First Order Disguise with BB-8, and BB-9E from Star Wars: The Last Jedi, Lando Calrissian and Kessel Guard from Solo: A Star Wars Story, and Darth Maul and Jedi Master Qui-Gon Jinn and Darth Maul. 

Each figure pack comes with the figures and multiple accessories. The figures have great detailing, and they make a great addition to a collection or for play with other 3.75-inch figures. These also work with Hasbro's Force Link technology. Force Link is a wearable unit that activates sounds and phrases unique to each of the figures. The Force Link 2.0 handset is sold separately. These are great figures for imaginative play, and the Force Link does add a dimension of play to the figures. While the Force Link will be a nice addition to the play for some kids, at their heart, these are the kind of detailed, well-designed figures you'd expect in this line, and for imaginative kids and enthusiastic fans, they are an excellent choice.

Is It Fun?
These are great for Star Wars fans of all ages. Kids will enjoy the built-in conflict between the two figures in each set. Collectors will appreciate the great detail and poseability. 

Incidentally, this is one of the first figures we've seen with Lando Calrissian as a young man. 

Who It’s For
Designed for kids ages 4 years and up, these figures will appeal to Star Wars fans of all ages. 
What To Be Aware Of

The Force Link 2.0 is sold separately.

It can be a little cumbersome getting the handset to work consistently, as you have to hold the figures very specifically to get them to communicate with the handset. Of course, you can always touch the activated figure to the unit to get the sounds working. 

Force Link 2.0 is not compatible with earlier versions of the Force Link hardware or software.

AT A GLANCE:
  • Fun

  • Repeat Play

  • Assembly & Instructions

    None or Very Easy