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Submitted by Emilio_Estevez 907d ago | preview

LEGO City Undercover Preview | Spong

Spong writes:

"Traveller’s Tales has consistently achieved the impossible - won over both kids and adults with a family-friendly game series that doesn’t patronise. Its comical LEGO interpretations of film and comic licenses made the studio’s name. But with LEGO City Undercover, it doesn’t have a well-known franchise to lean on. This may be a drawback to some, but in reality it represents a pretty big opportunity." (Lego: City Undercover, Wii U)

Slysi  +   907d ago
Day one for me
t0mmyb0y  +   907d ago
Day one from the first time I saw it lol
USMC_POLICE  +   907d ago
Agreed already preordered
metroid32  +   907d ago
Already pre-ordered chase limited edition.

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