Lego City Undercover Review - The Digital Fix


Get used to that. The single biggest take-home after finishing up with Lego City Undercover is the loading screens’ (sic) prominence in my eye’s view when closed, thanks to them being indelibly burnt onto the back of my retinas due to their omnipotence throughout Chase McCain’s adventures. With that in mind, there’s a lot to like about our new hero’s sprawling Lego Theft Auto here, as long as you’re aware of the significant constraints imposed by Traveller’s Tales’ Lego games before the journey begins.

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Neonridr1872d ago

I will agree that the load times definitely take away from the game a little, not that games don't have loading screens but occasionally there will be a loading screen, followed by a short cutscene only to be greeting with another loading screen afterwards. With the speed of the Wii U drive I feel like they could have been preloading stuff ahead of time while you were still playing a section so that it all seemed rather seemless.

Aside from that, the game is fantastic. The various references to popular Movies and TV culture is awesome, and there is a lot of stuff in there that kids would not catch onto. The game world is also massive, like a large GTA style world.

Anyways, review seems a little low, as indicated by all the other reviews out there. I still suggest owning this game if you have a Wii U as it is by far one of the better games on the platform at the moment.