MSRP: $19.99 where I purchased it at Target.
Description on Box: A self-aware mobile missile-platform used exclusively by the InterGalactic Banking Clan, hailfire droids deliver surface-to-surface and surface-to-air strikes with their stacked banks of rocket warheads. Hailfires roll along on oversized hoop-like wheels. In between the bracketing axle arms is a small, central body equiped with a single photoreceptor. When the InterGalactic Banking Clan pledged its forces to the Confederacy of Independent Systems (a non-exclusive arranged, of course), its hailfire droids were added to the immense Separatist battle droid army.
Features: Rapid-fire launchers! Each launcher fires 8 missiles. The other 8 missiles are just placed in the missile pods for holding.
Over-sized wheels that really roll.
Positionalbe dual blaster cannon.
Play Value: Well, this toy is a big droid with 16 firing missiles. It is a really lame toy for play value. You can roll it around and shoot some missiles. I think kids will like it since it shoots missiles. Other than that it is a display piece.
Overall Rating: Like I said, this toy is a display piece. It snaps together very easily and is a sturdy toy. Not a really exciting toy in my opinion. So I will have to give this toy the rating of a C.
Hasbro hit this toy on the head from what we saw it do in the movie. But it is a rather boring toy. I feel that Hasbro could of made a different toy in the Star Wars Universe instead of this toy. But in all fairness to Hasbro, they made this toy now, since E2 is still fresh in the kids and collectors minds.
It looks neat, but it is boring.