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Submitted by lifesanrpg 779d ago | review

LEGO City Undercover has all the right pieces - GameZone Review

GameZone writes, "The evolution of LEGO games is actually quite astounding, especially if you've been a devoted fan of the franchise since its LEGO Star Wars roots. Each new title seems to expand on previous mechanics, but the advancement is noticeable. Enter LEGO City, a Wii U exclusive, open-world LEGO title that not only isn't attached to a movie franchise, but is without a doubt the best LEGO game to-date." (Lego: City Undercover, Wii U) 9/10

Phil32  +   779d ago
It certainly does. By far my favorite Wii U game. Nintendo needs to put this one in demo stations at stores. Would make some sales happen.
Neonridr  +   779d ago
love all the references in the game. So much fun to realize that it's not only aimed at kids..
USMC_POLICE  +   779d ago
Agreed I've already put in about 50 hrs.

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