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Submitted by LostTokens 761d ago | review

Lego City Undercover: The Chase Begins (3DS) Review - Game Revolution

"Oh, Lego. I don't know what's making your jaundiced characters and building-block games so addicting—especially when they're not actually asking me to manually build anything at all—but you manage to keep it as charming as it is welcoming. And here's another example of a game that's so open and encouraging to explore that it's going to stay open in my screen for hours. Darn you, encourager of procrastination!" -Kevin Schaller (3DS, Lego City Undercover: The Chase Begins) 4/5

ftwrthtx  +   761d ago
Lego games are always fun and can be shared with your kids as well.
knifefight  +   761d ago
Hm, I usually like a little multiplayer with my Lego games, though....
dbjj12088  +   760d ago
So many awesome games on 3DS. Don't know when I'll be able to pick this up because I'm still working on Luigi's Mansion.

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