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Transformers Legends Decepticon Chop Shop Mobile Character Card Game Image

By Jack on Thursday, December 06, 2012

Thanks to the official Transformers page who has posted an update about the Transformers: Legends game that is is coming soon! They have posted an image of a certain bug looking robot with the caption: "Can you guess who this character is? One hint: it's a Decepticon!" Fans in the know easily identify this guy as Transformers Decepticon Chop Chop, one of the other Insecticons. Get a look at the image below for the full reveal.

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