LEGO Overwatch Watchpoint: Gibraltar 75975 Building Kit (730 Pieces)
LEGO Overwatch Watchpoint: Gibraltar 75975 Building Kit (730 Pieces)
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For the Overwatch fan, the iconic Overwatch rocket and launch tower from one of the game?s most popular maps with LEGO Overwatch Watchpoint: Gibraltar 75975! Based on the internationally acclaimed team-based action game, this building set features an Overwatch rocket that splits into 2 separate rockets and 3 Overwatch minifigure characters, including Pharah with her Rocket Launcher, Mercy with her Caduceus Staff and Blaster, Reaper with his twin Hellfire Shotguns, and a Winston big figure with his Tesla Cannon. Youngsters will like playing with the buildable rocket and Overwatch heroes with their unique weapons, while adult fans will want to build and display this instantly recognizable Overwatch collectible model near their gaming rigs to show their affinity for the game!
Rated 2 out of 5 by Kinoko from Please Fix Mercy's Face! My boyfriend and I build and collect LEGO together (I manage the account, but this set was for him). We're also both big fans of Overwatch. This is the first time we've been disappointed with a LEGO product, and it's entirely because of the paint quality on Mercy's face. Mercy is his favorite character, so this was the most important piece in the whole set for us. Compared to Tracer (my favorite and main, from a different set), Mercy's face should be roughly the same color. Instead she looks like she's wearing gray/white facepaint. She looks creepy. It's completely off-model for one of the game's most popular characters. The rest of the set is great, but this a big disappointment for us. Is there any hope of getting a reprinted face for her in the future?
Date published: 2019-01-20
Rated 3 out of 5 by Jalenax from Lots of good stuff... one bad minifigure face LEGO products have entertained my family and me for many years, yet Overwatch has only recently found its way into our hearts and the Mercy character is, by far, my most often played hero. So as soon as these sets were available, we purchased all of them (including the Blizzard Exclusive)! Upon building this set, my daughter noticed that the Mercy minifigure looked "funny." Indeed, the printing for Mercy is very pale and looks nothing like her box-art counterpart or her on-screen presence. I trust that LEGO will correct this mistake and look forward to replacing this face with one that reflects the true appearance of our beloved Mercy. Sadly, until then, I can't fully recommend this set.
Date published: 2019-02-21
Rated 2 out of 5 by BellyButton from Nice set but have QC issue 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.
Date published: 2019-01-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by Omegaflowey from Overall a great set! I got this for Christmas and absolutely love it! I've never had anything like it and am very glad I received it. The tower (or whatever it is) is excellent and the rocket is even better. The minifigures (and bigfig) are super good too. The Winston is my first bigfig and a good one at that. Pharah is the best minifigure in my opinion, and although that was my second Reaper, it's still a great figure. I also see that their's a lot of hate for the Mercy because of her face, but I don't think it's that bad, and if it really bothers you it can always be swapped out. All in all a fantastic set, and the rockets really fun to play with. Would recommend.
Date published: 2020-06-04
Rated 3 out of 5 by amrasnenharma from Decent set with a major flaw The set overall it pretty good. A fun design with lots of play options. Sandly the back of the launch tower was not finished off like the other 3 sides. The main issue is Mercy's face. The actual product looks much different from what is advertised. (Something thankfully very uncommon with LEGO) Mercy's face looks pale, colorless, and almost gray. LEGO has successfully printed faces on black heads in the past, so I thought it may have been a bad version. I contacted LEGO and they sent out a replacement. The replacement is slightly worse. I have included a photo showing Mercy's face taken from LEGO's website, then My Replacement, then the Original one from the set, and finally a Stormtrooper head. As you can see Mercy's head is sickly and ugly compared to what is advertised, and compared to LEGO's past successes of printing on black heads. I hope LEGO is able to fix this and sends out replacements. Mercy is a major selling point of this set. If you can accept these shortcomings then it is a good set, however if you are looking for a Mercy fig, prepare to be disappointed.
Date published: 2019-02-11
Rated 3 out of 5 by Alex19 from Face paint issue I also got a Mercy with a pale grey face (not as she appears on the box or website. It is the most important piece on the most important mini-fig!
Date published: 2019-01-12
Rated 4 out of 5 by Magius from Great seat with one huge caveat for Mercy fans! Other reviews have covered in detail how good this set is. It has great presence due to its size and many great play features. The ship build is pretty fun with many custom pieces that aren't common in most sets. The combination feature is pretty cool and brought memories of some of the older space sets. Most of the figures are truly well made and represent their video counterparts accurately. Except Mercy. The figure's head is printed in exactly the same disappointing manner as Misako from the Ninjago Movie sets. Instead of opting for a thicker primer, Lego seems to have skimped during the printing process, yet again, resulting in a grayish face. It's color is uneven and mine even sports remains of paint bubbles around the nose area. Feel free to take a look at the included picture. As a Lego & Overwatch fan I would have forgiven Lego had they sacrificed the black portion of the headpiece for a properly printed face. In fact, Lego, how about a re-printing her head? I would even pay for it, even though it really is a bad quality decision. Now, I realize this is a lot of strong nitpicking for one figure in a fairly big set. That said, we now have Lego Overwatch because of how well designed and polished their game characters are. Besides being good play sets, the one thing that will sell these sets are the figures because fans of the game will want them. I know I do... er, for my kids. ;) So finding out one of the fan favorites is poorly represented is sorely disappointing.
Date published: 2019-01-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by WhiteShadow from Other than Mercy's face, this is an incredebile set! Being an Overwatch fan myself, the minifigures are accurate representations of their in-game selfs. I especialy like that you can put the minifigures inside the rocket. This set is one worth the money.
Date published: 2019-10-20
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