We've added the Kessel Guard & Lando Calrissian 2-pack from Hasbro's 3.75" Force Link 2.0 series to the database. Both are cool figures, check 'em out!
You can now find Hasbro's brand new K-2SO figure from the 3.75" Force Link 2.0 line-up in the database. To learn more about this figure have a look at the database entry please:
Hasbro has left many fans who purchased the Force Link 2.0 Starter Set, which includes the Force Link 2.0 arm wrist band, disappointed because it only works properly in combination with an app. This app however is not available for download in Apple's app store.
Hasbro has updated their app page to let Force Link 2.0 users who have iPhones know that the app will finally be available on or before May 1st, 2018. Android users can already use it, but again only with limited functionality.
From Hasbro's website: "We’re working hard to fix this so that you have the best experience possible. Thanks for your patience."
We'll be updating our figure database entries once the Force Link wrist band will work properly.
An abandoned Toys R Us store in London got an unusual makeover last month. Five people are accused of turning the once-popular toy retailer into a nightclub-like venue to host an enormous rave in late March.
The Hounslow Police of West London busted the “massive Easter Weekend rave," which was dubbed “Raves R Us,” making light of the toy superstore’s iconic logo. Have a look at the two tweets below!
Police have closed down an unlicensed music event on Bull's Bridge Industrial Estate, Hayes Road, UB2. Sound system has been seized and several arrests made. Do not travel to this area as all attendees and ticket holders are being turned away @metpoliceuk— Hounslow MPS (@MPSHounslow) March 31, 2018