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Submitted by dawid22 819d ago | review

Review: LEGO City: Undercover | G3AR

Nintendo doesn’t have a great track record with sandbox games, once jokingly dismissing GTA by saying, “Mario would never start shooting hookers.” So don’t expect their first trip into an open world to be full of minifigs in fishnets and yellow plastic intestines spilling out into the pavements. LEGO City: Undercover is a family jaunt, but that does not mean that it offers nothing for graduates of Rockstar’s criminal classics. (Lego: City Undercover, Wii U) 8/10

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