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Submitted by RyanDJ 468d ago | review

LEGO City Undercover (Wii U Review) | GoozerNation

Ryan Johnson | GoozerNation

Erik Kubik at GoozerNation recently wrote an article lauding the praises of the LEGO game franchise. His key points involved the general inexpensiveness of the titles, the fun in catching references in the licensed games, and the joy of a solid multiplayer experience. Now, Traveller's Tales has released LEGO City, a single-player, non-licensed game as a spearhead for the Wii U, which would mean that we won't see it drop below full retail price anytime soon. With all of those key points that make a LEGO game appealing gone, is it still worth picking up? (Lego: City Undercover, Wii U) 93/100

JimmyJames70  +   468d ago
This game might be a reason to get a wiiu.
Slysi  +   467d ago
This game is a reason to get a wii u,my favorite by a long shot on this console,so much to do and collect,so funny as well. Missions are great fun. 10/10 for me
GuruStarr78  +   467d ago
How is the combat, though? Can you shoot?

Also, I've played lego games like batman in the past and the hand to hand combat always felt "sluggish" and slow, like the punches you're throwing were not as fast as you were pressing the buttons.... has that improved?

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