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Submitted by NYC_Gamer 683d ago | review

MTV- LEGO City Undercover Review

MTV;"Undercover" adapts virtually all of the gameplay mechanics that have been presented over the last eight years in the other LEGO games, and combines them into one, cohesive, open world experience. Chase, and his various personas, are armed with everything from a grappling hook to a pick axe, each of which cover a necessary role at various points through out the game. With the hundreds (thousands?) of characters that have been adapted over the course of the last thirteen LEGO games, there aren't really a lot of new things TT could give Chase to play with, but they do make make everything accessible at the click of a button (once it's unlocked through the story). Chase can hot-swap between his different skills (similar to classic Mega Man), allowing instant access to the solution to whatever problems face him throughout the city. One additional new feature that "Undercover" incorporates is the Wii U controller, making it your personal GPS/map and communication device. As the game progresses it also grows into a bunch of different roles (listening device, camera, etc.) that Chase will need to combat crime. (Lego: City Undercover, Wii U) -

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