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Submitted by pat_11_5 378d ago | review

Review: Lego City Undercover offers Grand Theft Auto gameplay in a Lego world - Canada.com

Remember Lego Island? No? I’m not surprised.

It’s a relatively under-rated and under the radar PC game that was released way back in 1997. As a Lego-obsessed child (I still have about 10 large boxes of Lego stashed away at my parents’ house), it was my dream video game. It let me play around with my favourite toy in a virtual world full of Lego. Also, the Brickster was quite a formidable and hilarious enemy. (Lego: City Undercover, Wii U) -

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