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Lego's AT-ST will make you keen to fight for the EmpireThe latest range of Lego Star Wars sets for the launch of "Rogue One" includes a new AT-ST design. Watch us build this fearsome war machine, then try to keep it balanced.
[MUSIC] A new Star Wars Rogue One film means new Star Wars Lego. This is the Lego Star Wars ATXT Walker. [MUSIC] It comes with three figures, the ATXT driver himself, the Rebel trooper, and [UNKNOWN] one of the lead protagonists in the new film. [MUSIC] It's very posable, and it shoots. Let's build. [SOUND] This is actually Baze Malbus. He's got a backpack we just connected by a chain to his blaster. [MUSIC] I have noticed there are really a lot of special bricks in this set. I have never seen this before. This special rachety hinge piece. [MUSIC] I have finished the legs, aren't they brilliant? It's walking and we've done some cool stickers. [MUSIC] The cockpit of the AT ST is on. We have a lovely stick on display area, moveable guns. [MUSIC] This is a very good model, this ATSC. I love the rotating head with the little knob on the back. As you can see, he is a little bit gangly and a little bit top heavy which you may have problems with. It is balanceable, it just takes a bit getting use to. The hatch at the top is fantastic to reveal the driver. Absolutely love that. One of the key perks set in the new road one series I love the opposable legs. The back you can actually make it walk. [MUSIC] Like a chicken. And you can also use it if you want to recreate Return of the Jedi scenes, if you've got a little Chewbacca that you want to pop in there. In the meantime, though, stay tuned to CNet for much more. [MUSIC] [SOUND] [MUSIC] [SOUND] [BLANK_AUDIO]