For a toy aimed at children, this Lego Death Star is unbelievably expensive. I expected it to be twice the size it is at least, but when visiting the Lego shop in Brighton, I discovered otherwise. It is simply constructed from flat, triangular grey and black pieces, and regular grey block pieces (with a few special parts added). Lego used to stock these pieces to buy in a pot; if they still did you could make your own Death Star - or something very much like it - for well under £100. We are therefore expected to pay well over £200 for about 20 figures? The toy itself looks excellent - as most Lego products are - and would be already wrapped and waiting for Christmas in our house if it was reasonably priced. As it is, the only people who can afford this are obscenely well off parents, or adults who buy it for themselves. In which case, Lego should rebrand themselves as the toyshop for grown ups.