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Lego Star Wars: The Force Awakens review - Gamespresso

News Bot Jul 18, 2016

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    News Bot Chaos Immortal

    Gamespresso: Reaching into its 11th year, the Lego Star Wars series has finally added the most recent film, The Force Awakens, into its plastic, half-bent arms. And Im not sure if its for the better. Lego Star War: The Force Awakens releases with the notion that much from the original formula has changed, and while much of that is true, many of the changes feel more like clawing desperation to innovate rather than developer TT Fusion feeling the need to shake things up. Its like Warner Bros. felt that if TT Fusion left things the same, but just put it inside The Force Awakens, theyd pull out the newspaper and start whacking the developers hands until they typed innovation into the code or something.


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