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Submitted by -Mezzo- 838d ago | review

TR - Lego City: Undercover Review

TR - If TT Games’ first Lego title for Wii U should only be lauded for one thing, it’s taking risks. Not only is this a Wii U exclusive – hardly a no-lose recipe for raking in the cash – but it’s the first Lego game outside the hand-held Battle series that doesn’t rely on a big-name movie franchise to prop it up. Based purely on the Lego City playsets, with no Batman, no Star Wars, no Harry Potter, no Lord of the Rings to back it up, how could Lego City: Undercover work? (Lego: City Undercover, Wii U) 8/10

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