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Got this for my sons birthday, and he loves it and plays with it often. There is a laser cannon that can come out of the top that always pops off (I think this is a rare fault in the design, but other wise the set is fairly sturdy. It splits into 2 different spaceships, and another LEGO Overwatch set can be attached to it, which in my son's eyes makes it the coolest of the cool. The price is too high (even with Amazon's lower prices), but it is a fun set.
Overall, I find more to like about this set than to dislike. For $AUD139.99, and with 730 pieces, it is a reasonable sized set, with a few more larger pieces than many sets, as well as three Minifigures and a Big-Fig. I think it is more likely to appeal to younger gamers, who still want to play with assembled LEGO sets, and players of the game, who appreciate the LEGO Aesthetic. I appreciate the printing of Mercy's face is a bit disappointing, BUT for me, its not a deal breaker.
Whether or not you have played Overwatch, these sets are still very cool and fun to build and play with. The set has plenty of weapons and endless cool details.
I really wanted to give this a 5/5 based on how cool the rocket ship and the minifigs are, but it just feels a bit overpriced for the amount of parts and minifigs you get, and the launchpad could have been better. I'm also disappointed with Mercy's face printing and that the set description lied about her blaster. Still, I can highly recommend this set to any Overwatch or Space fan, especially if you're looking for some interesting new and rare parts!
I purchased this LEGO set and found out "Mercy" minifigure have painting issue. She should be a white girl but come out with silver color. It's totally different as box art and user manual. (Attached picture) LEGO corp can't take care QC is a mistake. This Overwatch LEGO set actually really good. It's have lot of surprise on the rocket itself. If not the Mercy issue, it's a perfect set for Overwatch Fans.
Taken as a whole, Watchpoint: Gibraltar has a lot going for it, and feels like tremendous value. Despite being the most expensive set in the theme, it feels like it earns its pricetag by providing a solid Overwatch Rocket, combined with the launchpad – creating a well-rounded package where you feel like you get what you pay for. [...] Sadly, Mercy manages to drag this set down pretty harshly purely because of the awful printing mistake on her greyish, lifeless face.
75975 Watchpoint: Gibraltar is certainly an enjoyable set on the whole, although it does not particularly stand out within the Overwatch theme. Both the rocket and its launch tower look superb on display and offer reasonable play value. However, the interior lacks detail and the shuttle appears unusually simple when compared with other sets such as 75973 D.Va & Reinhardt or 75974 Bastion.
A rather pricey set in terms of its number of exciting new elements balanced with overall cost at first look. There are plenty of other interesting new-for-2019 elements also contained within the set, such as Minecraft 'feet' brackets, plus there are a host of angled plates, and you can certainly expand your Bright Red rollercoaster rail collection with this set.
Overall, the LEGO Overwatch Watchpoint: Gibraltar (75975) set is a mixed bag for me. The subject matter is pretty much spot on but there's something about it that doesn't sit right with me. It could be that the subject isn't interacted with in the game like with some of the other sets in the wave. I do like the shuttle as it does have some nice play features, especially with the detachable ships.