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Submitted by darkronin229 702d ago | preview

GamesBeat: Lego City: Undercover is less violent than Grand Theft Auto but still just as fun

GamesBeat: With no guns or deaths, it can take some time to get used to Lego City: Undercover's non-violent approach on open-world crime games. (Lego: City Undercover, Wii U)

SybaRat  +   702d ago
Man, those guys have never seen a bunch of kids build huge Lego cities and then instantly Godzilla them.
CouldHaveYelledUiiW  +   702d ago
Excellent idea for a Lego Game...
CaptainYesterday  +   702d ago
Might have to check this game out look's pretty fun hopefully they plan on releasing a demo for 3DS so I can see how it is I loved Lego Island as a kid :)
Nevers0ft  +   702d ago
Yeah, I'm hoping for a Wii U demo (I'm fairly sure there'll be one). I've tried past Lego games and they seemed well written and polished but they just didn't appeal to me at all. Having seen the LCU trailers I enjoyed the humour and they look quite entertaining, but I'm not sure the open-world experience will offer enough of a difference from the previous Lego games to capture my imagination this time around either.
deafdani  +   702d ago
The 3DS Lego City game is apparently going to be different to the Wii U one. Just FYI.
ZeekQuattro  +   702d ago
The 3DS version is supposed to be a prequel with your character as a rookie.
Sadie2100  +   702d ago
I'm SO sick of Lego games -- they're almost all exactly the same in gameplay. This one sounds intriguing, though. I have hopes they can finally change it up a bit.
profgerbik  +   702d ago
Oddly if I said that I probably would have more disagrees than agrees.

Sigh.. but I agree with you.
N0S3LFESTEEM  +   702d ago
nude mods :3
deafdani  +   702d ago
For blocky private parts, I'll stick to my Tomb Raider 1 nude patch, TYVM.
Coach_McGuirk  +   702d ago
I'll pay attention to these Lego games when they let you build/destroy anything in-game. I've no interest in running around a static environment in a game called Lego.
deafdani  +   702d ago
That game has actually been out for some years now, it's called Minecraft. :P
Link079  +   702d ago
It's got more humour than any opem world and its the most interesting game world ive ever seen. GOOD LUCK FINDING A BETTER GAME.
ps3_pwns  +   702d ago
how is this intriguing when you cant kill anything? other lego games you can kill and knock stuff down. in this game you cant. its a downgrade right here. id rather just play lego batman or lord of the rings.

This seems rather bland and boring if you ask me. lego star wars episode 7 hopefully be much better and fun!
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ElectricKaibutsu  +   702d ago
What's the point of a video game if you can't murder everything?
Slysi  +   702d ago
Looking forward to this

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