LEGO Mario: Luigi Starter Set Preview

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From the Master Your Adventure Maker Set, Power-Up Packs and various different Starter Kits, there’s a whole lot to play with when it comes to LEGO Super Mario! But now, everyone’s favourite sidekick brother is joining the blocky fray, with LEGO releasing the Luigi Starter Course!

This is our preview video on the LEGO Super Mario Adventures with Luigi Starter Set, LEGO Super Mario Bowser’s Airship Expansion, and more.

The LEGO Super Mario Luigi Starter Course launches on August 1, 2021.

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