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Submitted by Lavalamp 740d ago | review

Lego City Undercover Review | DarkStation

DarkStation: "The game’s technical problems notwithstanding, I found LEGO City Undercover to be an immensely enjoyable adventure that really made me laugh. It certainly has a lot going for it with a great story, funny script, creative originality and a design that makes no attempt to dumb anything down making it easily accessible for gamers young and old alike. LEGO City Undercover is also a lovely looking game that continues the trend of blending real world objects and geography with colorful and whimsical LEGO objects. For those still upset about the delay over Rayman Legends, I’m pleased to say there’s finally a game that makes Wii U worth owning. That is, until the game gets an inevitable(?) port." (Lego: City Undercover, Wii U) 4/5

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