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Submitted by nofilter 495d ago | review

Review: LEGO City: Undercover | TheSixthAxis

TSA: "LEGO City: Undercover exudes a certain charm that makes its few gameplay issues relatively easy to ignore. Yes, the platforming feels too loose and progress needs a supply of Super Bricks to flow early on but there’s nothing too obnoxious here – instead, Undercover presents a smart enough adventure with a focus on younger gamers that’ll hopefully see players engaged throughout the story mode and then motivated enough to keep dipping in and out of everything else to see what’s next to get unlocked and to slowly fill up that percentage complete bar." (Lego: City Undercover, Wii U) 7/10

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