T. Rex Breakout is LEGO set 10758-1. It has a score of 70. This is bad compared to all other sets. The set is recommended by 0 reviews, based on 5 scored reviews and 7 reviews total. It is ranked in the bottom 13.97% scored sets on Brick Insights. We know this set was released in 2018, and it is categorised in Juniors.
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This was a birthday present, and it had the reaction everyone wants to see! This was for a 5yr old and Dad had to be involved to put it all together. They both enjoyed it!
We built this set back in March 2020. So I'm writing my evaluation almost a year later with a little personal reflection as a parent. Can LEGOs help children face fears? I think it's very likely because we went to the museum and the T. rex really scared my young son. This happened before I bought this set. At first the T. rex was mean/bad, but as the weeks went by, he was no longer afraid to play with it. I could draw a parallel with Hidden Side because he was never afraid of ghosts. Coming back to the set itself, it's awesome. At first I didn't think the box was thick, there's everything to make hours of games full of funny memories with a hot dog eating T. rex. As usual, I like all the printed bricks, so I liked the fact that this set was done uner the Juniors series, otherwise we would have ended up with stickers!
All in all, I think the LEGO T. Rex Breakout 10758 is a good set. It has a good build and a decent minifigure selection. Playability is quite good, though it would be nice if the back of the model had some more stuff to do. The price is slightly high in the U.S., but I think it is justified in other countries like Britain and Australia.
It is strange to recommend a set that offers so little in the way of building, but 10758 T-Rex Breakout does have a certain appeal. The T-Rex, the printed parts and the baby dinosaur all make this worth considering – the minifigures and other parts sweeten the deal. Those who buy this will want to build the set once, then dismantle it and put those durable printed pieces to better use. Well, that and make the T-Rex stomp around going “RAAAAAWR".
It is important to remember that this is a set intended for the 4-7 age range, for builders that need some easier instructions before diving into the regular sets. However, two things stand out. First, $50 for a 150 piece set is ridiculous, even if it is licensed, has a large figure, and large base pieces. $30 seems more reasonable. Second, if you want a T-Rex, even though this is the cheaper route, the other set is $70 with 609 pieces, so while you are shelling out more money, you get more for it. The only reason to get this set is ease a little kid from DUPLO to System.