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Submitted by jjdoyle 725d ago | review

LEGO City Undercover: The Chase Begins Review (Cubed3)

"As one of the world's best-selling and most popular toys of all time, LEGO has been a household name for over sixty years, inviting youngsters and adults to explore their own worlds by simply putting together plastic bricks. From city to desert, east to west and an ever-expanding roster of franchised sets, LEGO has always been a toy to build, break and play with. Continuing the experience in the video game realm has been the natural expansion. Over two decades there have been game adaptations of LEGO Harry Potter, LEGO Star Wars, sandbox open LEGO worlds, racing and even a house builder. With the LEGO range of video games, especially those crafted by Traveller's Tales, Nintendo has stepped in to build a vibrant, exciting and expansive LEGO-themed city with developer TT Fusion. With the Wii U version of LEGO City Undercover offering the bigger high-definition experience, what can the Nintendo 3DS take bring to the table?", writes Cubed3. (3DS, Lego City Undercover: The Chase Begins) 8/10

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