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Submitted by -Mezzo- 717d ago | review

Digital Trends - LEGO City Undercover review is a good cop, (And the best Lego game yet)

Digital Trends - Who would have ever guessed that the best LEGO game yet would be the one with the most mundane setting imaginable? LEGO City Undercover‘s San Francisco-inspired city lacks the flash of a Middle-earth, Hogwarts, or a galaxy far, far away, but it makes up for that with one of the most involved – and evolved - gameplay experiences yet from this series. A lot of what’s here is status quo for LEGO games, but the new ideas that have been introduced coupled with some surprisingly sharp writing that toes the line between family-friendly and gamer-friendly, help to elevate LEGO City well beyond what longtime fans might expect. (Lego: City Undercover, Wii U) 8/10

lilbroRx  +   717d ago
I only regret that I cannot buy you today, but you will be mine one day.

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