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Got the second day i order it, right in the nostalgia worth it
21314 TRON: Legacy follows 21309 NASA Apollo Saturn V, 21310 Old Fishing Store, 21312 Women of NASA and 21313 Ship in a Bottle. In case that list does not make it clear, the Ideas team is on a roll, delivering consistently high quality LEGO experiences with every new box. There is nothing to complain about with this new TRON: Legacy set at all, it is recommended to anyone who enjoyed the film or appreciates its unique design.
I was looking forward to this one, so when it came out I ran to the Lego store and picked it up. The set is well designed, but the playability just isn't there for me. The way it is set up, the moulding pops off with little effort. I love the way the minifigs fit into the cycles to look like they are merged into the cycle like in the movies. The trails of the cycles are a very good idea. It will look better once I put a couple of LED lights into it to make them truly light up like light cycles. The display is nice, and the cycles are pretty, the trails need to wrap around and extend. But that is an unfair call on my part. I look forward to getting more time to play with them.
I love this Tron LEGO set, its full of character and perfect for display. Tron fans will no doubt love it and it's not a expensive set, so much more suited to being placed on a desk or shelf. It's also fun to build.
All in all, it's not a half bad set. It works as a display set, and take the light bar off the back and you have a solid bike you can give to the kiddies to chew on for half an hour. I can't really take points off for things I wish Lego had done with this set, but trying to put a figure on the bike is so annoying.
All in all this set is quite good. The minifigures are very nicely detailed, and the builds look good and represent what they are supposed to represent well. Playability is kind of lacking since this is more of a display model but you can race the bikes against each other. However, the price is too high, particularly in relation to the size of the builds included.
Motorcycles are notoriously difficult to design based upon the unusual proportions of a minifigure and their restricted articulation. In addition, the Light Cycles from TRON: Legacy are dominated by flowing curves which seem ill-suited to LEGO. Nevertheless, I am very satisfied with 21314 TRON: Legacy. The designers have definitely captured the essence of TRON and the Light Cycles are instantly recognisable, despite not replicating the design of these vehicles from the movie exactly. In addition, the minifigures are absolutely superb, featuring extensive printed detail and making clever use of existing parts where necessary.
Although it's a more substantial set when compared to the original fan design, it's still a fairly small set and so doesn't take that much building. However a set doesn't need to keep you building for hours to be impressive, it makes a nice little display piece and it will be one of sets that will become a collectors piece in years to come, especially if TRON ever appears on the big screen again. There are a couple of questionable design choices such as the grey handles and the slight gap between the bottom of the Light Cycle and the Grid section.
Unfortunately, the brief, repetitive build with a limited parts selection and high price point didn't win us over, and I'm personally not enough of a super-fan of the Tron movies for the subject matter and minifigures to outweigh these other factors. Ultimately then, I suppose we are recommending the set to LEGO Ideas completists and hardcore Tron fans. But I just don't see the appeal for the much broader audience who may not care about a pair of rather mediocre Disney movies from 1982 and 2010.
If you're not a fan of the TRON films there's probably not much for you here – it feels unlikely that you'll be buying a set this small at recommended retail price but perhaps some of those printed parts are exactly what you've been looking for. The misaligned printing on the wheels was a big negative for me, especially as the designers went to so much trouble to have wheels that actually turn (the original submission did not). You may consider my concern to be obsessive but if you specifically had your eye on those dishes as something you could use in your own builds, it's an important consideration before you fork out money. Price and printing concerns aside, it's a glorious set to display and has great vroomability. The design of the wheels, using curved slopes in the middle, is ingenious and while the build is brief, it's satisfying thanks to the quality of the light cycle build.
A nicely packaged and reasonably priced set for any Tron fans or throttle jockeys out there.