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AusGamers Reviews LEGO City: Undercover

AusGamers has reviewed LEGO City: Undercover and writes:

Its humour may be slightly weak and unlocks spread far and wide, but LEGO City Undercover is a thoroughly enjoyable and refreshingly innocent open-world game. It contains more than enough hooks to keep you engaged and has the right level of silliness to gloss over the realisation that its open world is really just a massive mission hub. If you enjoy the LEGO games but don’t own a Wii U, it’s probably not quite worth rushing downtown to grab one. However, it is the best third party game so far on the system. (Lego: City Undercover, Wii U) 8.9/10

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