The box, front and back. MSRP was $9.99, and it has 118 pieces. Which gives us a price per piece of $0.08.
Parts 1. Look at all the 1x2 Plates w/Bar along the bottom. Then we have a number of different Slope blocks and a bunch of different Plates.
Here's a quick proof of concept. It uses a favorite technique of mine, using the die as the core of the build. Someone on the Hangar once described them as a "giant Travis brick".
Can you build a frame, or frames, right away? Yes. (+5)
Is it below, at, or above the golden ratio? At retail price, below. (+5) (The Golden Ratio is $0.10 per part.)
If you can't build a frame right away, or choose not to, does it have parts you should be able to put into use right away? Yes. (+5)Does it have more than a handful of immediately useful parts? Yes. (+5)
Score: +20 (A+). I guess it shouldn't be a surprise with a name like Robo Champ. Most of the games from Lego were a good deal.