"This set caught my eye when the new Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom sets were announced. The Dilophosaurus in this set has a much more realistic color scheme that it's predecessor in 75916 Dilophosaurus Ambush (2015). In this set, you wont be disappointed by the minifigures or dinos. You also get a very nice sticker that shows the island and the Dilophosaurus. There isn't much playability though. The main feature of this set is the front gates. By pressing a button on the front, you push the gates off of their hinges. Unfortunately this feature is nearly impossible to do without destroying part(s) of the surrounding structures. The reason for this is that the gates are attached with TWO clips, therefor making the gate much more difficult to remove, and it forces you to push the play feature's button much harder. A similar, but functional feature can be found at the tower. By pressing a button in the back, you push off the front wall with ease. The baby raptor and Dilophosaurus look great, but the set is too expensive for only 289 pieces. I would still recommend this set, but try to wait for a sale. 7.5/10"
"I love this set. I just bought it a few hours ago and it's one of my favorite from the Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom line. The Stygimoloch looks great. Since I own the only other LEGO herbivore, (Triceratops from 2012) I wanted to grab the second one LEGO has released. And I was very pleased with it. Th cage is a bit small though. It could have done much better if they added a food/water trough for the Stygimoloch. Dr. Wu's lab looks great, with very detailed stickers. The lab also has destructible walls which are a fun feature. Minifigures look great as well. The only downside is the $30 dollar price tag. For 222 pieces, I think it would have done well with a $25 price tag. I still highly recommend this set! 9.5/10"