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Submitted by ThomasBW84 764d ago | interview

TT Fusion: LEGO City Undercover Could Take 40-50 Hours To Beat Fully

As part of an extensive interview with key members of the development team behind a major upcoming Wii U release, Nintendo Life learnt that completing LEGO City Undercover could take between 40-50 hours for many players, while the developers emphasized the importance of the GamePad to the gameplay experience. (Dev, Lego: City Undercover, Nintendo, Wii U)

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ElectricKaibutsu  +   764d ago
Nice! It looks like a game with a lot of content, especially after seeing the trailer of Chase climbing a castle. It's on my must buy list.

I don't know if I buy that the gamepad is absolutely necessary, though. The gamepad used to be absolutely necessary for Rayman Legends and suddenly it's not. I'm sure the pad will have some nice features and I'll be happy to use it, but I doubt Lego City will be the game that proves its necessity.

Now Watch_Dogs, on the other hand, could be amazing with the gamepad.
Link079  +   764d ago
Well i would say the GAMEPAD is needed for this game after seing all the trailers it's obvious they built the game with the PAD in mind and i think any GAMEPAD mode wouldn't feel natural on a thumb stick ect.
Jadedz  +   764d ago
*Fist Pumps*
That's good news. Hopefully the 3DS version is just as good, though I wish it featured co-op play like Monster Hunter Ultimate 3 HD.

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