X
CNET logo Why You Can Trust CNET

Our expert, award-winning staff selects the products we cover and rigorously researches and tests our top picks. If you buy through our links, we may get a commission. Reviews ethics statement

Lego's 2,807-Piece Bowser Will Tower Over Super Mario

The epic set will cost $270 and comes out Oct. 1.

seankeane
seankeane
Sean Keane Former Senior Writer
Sean knows far too much about Marvel, DC and Star Wars, and poured this knowledge into recaps and explainers on CNET. He also worked on breaking news, with a passion for tech, video game and culture.
Expertise Culture, Video Games, Breaking News
Sean Keane
Lego Mighty Bowser stands on a table

Lego Mario is about to meet his giant nemesis.

Lego

Lego Mario, Luigi and Peach got a supersize nemesis on Thursday, in the form of Mighty Bowser. The 2,807-piece set will be Lego's biggest version of the Mario baddie yet, mirroring the final boss encounters from many of the games.

This King Koopa will be available from Oct. 1, and it'll set you back $270.

He includes a fireball launcher, and he's fully articulated, so you'll have a bunch of posing options. Also, a button lets control his head and neck movement. Plus, he has digital interactive features you can activate with the Lego Mario, Luigi and Peach figures.

"He might be the big boss, but he still brings back a warm feeling of nostalgia to adult Super Mario fans worldwide," Carl Merriam, the line's senior designer, said in a release.  "Just as defeating Bowser was always the ultimate challenge in the Super Mario games, here we're challenging fans to build the King of the Koopas from nearly 3,000 pieces."

It's the latest addition to a line that includes a Lego Mario 64 '?' Block and a Lego Nintendo Entertainment System.

yt-1off-legobuild-2
Watch this: We built the Lego Nintendo Entertainment System. How long did it take?