Submitted by -Mezzo- 989d ago | interview

LEGO City Undercover Q&A: ‘It’s Like a Whole LEGO Game on Top of a City’

Time - A policeman pokes his school-bus-yellow head from the side of a Hummer, waving a pair of handcuffs like a cowboy winding up a lariat. A Snidely Whiplash-mustachioed bandit in domino mask and knit hat races a red convertible down a highway, smashing through a police barricade as hundred-dollar bills go flying like confetti. No, I’m not playing a LEGO video game; I’m actually describing the cover shot of LEGO’s official tie-in play kit for LEGO City Undercover, a medium-sized cardboard box harboring 283 tiny discrete pieces of colorful, LEGO-ized plastic. (Lego: City Undercover, Wii U)

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