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    Question about the Millennium Falcon CD-ROM Playset

    I was wondering about the Millennium Falcon CD-ROM Playset with Exclusive Han Solo? I see it up for auction occasionally on ebay. Is it worthwhile to buy it? The playset part looks interesting. Is the CD game any good?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tgr3328
    I was wondering about the Millennium Falcon CD-ROM Playset with Exclusive Han Solo? I see it up for auction occasionally on ebay. Is it worthwhile to buy it? The playset part looks interesting. Is the CD game any good?
    Though I never bought it, but did see it at TRU for years. It's one of the worst Ideas and ill received toys Hasbro even put out. I hear the game was really bad too. I guess if you got for free the Han would be cool to have.
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    My kids play it every once in a while. It's fun for what it is. Don't expect anything on par with Rebel Assault or anything, but for a kid who isn't yet up to speed on all those console game buttons, the easy interface with the keyboard control is kinda neat. Plus, you get a Han Pilot who can sit!

    I do recommend getting this, but try not to spend more than ten or 20 bucks on it.

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    It was good for the $10 I paid at the TRU sales so long ago. The Falcon playset is fun, and the figure is kinda cool. Better than the Gunner station version I think. The game was pretty easy, kind of interesting though. I've still yet to see a game that let's you blast at Imperial bikers on Tatoonie from the Falcon gunner station.
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    My friend gave me this a few years ago, he got it at a garage sale for 50 cents. The game's pretty cool, I haven't played it in a while, but it had real movie footage and sounds. I liked to bring a bunch of figures form each of the scenes the Falcon is in in the game and switch them out when the time came.

    A question though. Did it come with a gun that Luke would use? Like the gunner station but smaller, I think. Mine doesn't, and I'm not gonna stress about it but I'd like to know.

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    I have the Millennium Falcon CD-ROM Playset. I never opened it, as I suck at playing games. I just bought it for the figure, plus it looks good in the box, though I can't see Han's face since he is facing the back of the box. I don't remember what I paid for it, most likely full price knowing me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. JabbaJohnL
    A question though. Did it come with a gun that Luke would use? Like the gunner station but smaller, I think. Mine doesn't, and I'm not gonna stress about it but I'd like to know.
    I don't think so. I believe it was just the keyboard overlay/playset, a cardboard graphic piece to insert for looks, and the Han figure with headset and gloves. He is better than the Gunner Station Han, but very similar.
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