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Submitted by creHEARTive 776d ago | review

Lego Star Wars The Yoda Chronicles | GamerHub TV Review

The Lego games have a long history of appealing both to adults and children alike. The family friendly and fun gameplay has seen many iterations. From Harry Potter to the D.C. Universe, there is a Lego videogame for everyone. While all the games have achieved popularity, the Lego Star Wars games have become a true fan favorite. Now, Lego Star Wars is invading mobile devices with Lego Star Wars The Yoda Chronicles. How strong is the force with this one? Find out in our review! (Android, iPad, iPhone, LEGO Star Wars: The Yoda Chronicles, Mobile, PC) 2/10

jagiii  +   776d ago
Can't go wrong can you with LEGO and Star Wars
creHEARTive  +   776d ago
yes you can. The review is a 2 out of 10.
ianblake  +   776d ago
this are not the Lego you are looking for

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