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Star Wars Miniatures: Universe Huge Set Review

Get the scoop on the Star Wars Miniatures: Universe Huge expansion set with our review!
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Star Wars Miniatures: Universe Huge Set Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
( Rating: 5 Star Rating)

Get the scoop on the Star Wars Miniatures: Universe Huge expansion set with our review!

The Star Wars movies are all done, but the Star Wars Miniatures game still has a ton of new figures coming out to power up your battles! The Star Wars Miniatures: Universe Huge expansion is packed with figs from the Star Wars comic books and novels, including some of the biggest monsters and droids ever. We review it here!

What's New in Star Wars Miniatures: Universe Huge

There are a few things that make this set stand out.
  • Huge Figs! - Everything from the monsters from the arena battle in Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones to giant battle droids from the Star Wars Dark Empire II comics and more.
  • Creatures from Star Wars Comic Books and Novels - From alien invaders to new heroes and huge battle droids, there are figs in this set that haven't been in any Star Wars movie.
  • Yuuzhan Vong - The Force doesn't affect these Alien invaders from the Star Wars novels, so they can cream Jedi. But, they have trouble causing more than 10 damage, so anything with Damage Reduction walks all over 'em.
  • Large and in Charge With Star Wars Miniatures: Universe Huge

    The best part about this set is that the huge figs are cheap enough that you can use them in regular games. There are also a lot of weird powers in this set, from droids with armor that can deflect attacks to an entire army that's immune to the Force. This really mixes up the game and add tons of extra strategies. Plus, if you're a hardcore Star Wars fan, all the figs from the comic books and novels are great!

    Star Wars Miniatures: Universe Huge Thumbs Up:

  • Tons of figs from Star Wars comics and novels.
  • The huge figs are easy to use.
  • Lots of new powers and strategies.
  • Star Wars Miniatures: Universe Huge Thumbs Down:

  • They're pricey!
  • Some rare figs suck.
  • Star Wars Miniatures: Universe Huge Set List

  • Click Here for a complete list of all the figures in the Universe Huge set.
  • Star Wars Miniatures: Universe Huge Set Rating: 5
    Age:12 and up
    Price Range: 2

    Price Range Legend
    $0-$15 =1
    $16-$30 =2
    $31-$45 =3
    $46-$60 =4
    $60+ = 5

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