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Submitted by LaWiiG 877d ago | review

LEGO City Undercover Review|GAMINGtruth

Shawn Long of GAMINGtruth takes on the open world environment of LEGO City Undercover:

"These issues aside, LEGO City Undercover is a solid game for Wii U owners. While it doesn’t redefine the sandbox game genre, it does add a new twist with not needing violence and drugs to be entertaining, but quality writing and fun missions." (Lego: City Undercover, Wii U) 8/10

Cam_is_16bit  +   877d ago
Seems like a pretty fun, harmless game. Nice review, Shawn!
Neonridr  +   877d ago
It's a great game, the only complaint I have is there are a few too many loading screens. But the references in game are hilarious and it's quite fun to play.
thezeldadoth  +   877d ago
yeah its really fun. the missions are great, world design is great, and the purposefully cheesy storyline is really cool.

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