NEW Star Wars Rogue One Toys On Sale Now @ Argos
All serious Star Wars fans will be well aware that there's a new movie coming to cinemas this Christmas, and although we have to wait for Star Wars: Rogue One all the exciting new merchandise has just gone on sale now! Feast your eyes on the brilliant toys, costumes, Lego and more that will be popping up on your kids Christmas lists this year...
The kids Rogue One Costumes* looks like great value at £19.99 each, and you can choose from the K-2SO Droid or the fearsome Death Trooper!
My kids love their Bladebuilders Lightsaber, so they will be really excited to see the two new versions to add to their collections. There's a Star Wars BladeBuilders Blast-Tech Lightsaber* at £39.99 which has a blaster barrel and firing missiles, or the even more impressive Star Wars BladeBuilders Spin-Action Lightsaber* for £49.99 with a 360-degree spinning connector lightsaber hilt and a lightdagger! I suspect that will be a definite on the letter to Santa this year!
I'm loving the fact that there are special Rogue One Nerf blasters* to match the ones in the movie, so that you can fight as your favourite character. They have a super new special feature called GlowStrike technology that creates glowing light effects and charges the darts to make them glow when fired! How cool is that!
Then of course there's the awesome new Star Wars: Rogue One Lego*. I showed these to my Lego and Star Wars mad lad and he went very wide eyed at the Lego Star Wars R1 Tie Striker*,and the Lego Star Wars R1 Krennics Imperial Shuttle* got us both a little excited. Looks like I will be spending Christmas Day building Lego again this year!
Star Wars: Rogue One hits UK cinemas on 16th December, and it's set to be a huge hit again. It's set before the original Star Wars: A New Hope movie and tells the story of the rebels who steal the plans for the Death Star, so as well as a host of new characters to meet we will also see more of Darth Vader too! I bet they don't let me take my Star Wars Nerf Blaster into the cinema though...