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Submitted by -Mezzo- 864d ago | review

Game Informer - Lego City Undercover Review – Proof That Sandbox Games Don’t Have To Be Gritty

Game Informer - One of Nintendo’s surprise announcements when it debuted the Wii U a few years back was an exclusive Nintendo-published Lego game. Its title, Lego City Stories, immediately made me think about Rockstar Games’ Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories. The name was later changed, but that early association proved to be more accurate than I would have guessed. Lego City Undercover delivers the majority of the same thrills and action that you’d expect to see in any open-world game. (Lego: City Undercover, Wii U) 8.5/10

americanman1  +   864d ago
well finally an honest review, here we go like ninja gaiden's razor edge, and zombie u, so many reviewers don't get this game, wonder if it was on ps3 and 360, then it would get all 9's how childish the video game media is.
as I always say, rent games before you buy, you decide, do not listen to the brain dead media. and the know nothing haters, judge for yourself!

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