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Submitted by Ministerb 855d ago | review

Lego City Undercover The Chase Begins : Review | Hard Reset

Russ Greeno: As a kiddie wink I was never fortunate enough to own many Lego sets, the ones I did have were probably sourced from a charity shop and had missing pieces. I’m not hung up about it though, instead I had computer games. I didn’t have to worry about missing pieces with my Sinclair Spectrum, Commodore Amiga and my Nintendo systems. As a side effect I did not have to use my own imagination to have fun with brightly coloured blocks and make silly vroom vroom noises with my very rectangular looking yellow and green blocked car. Fast forward twenty odd years and I still don’t own any Lego, but I am still wasting my life playing video games. (3DS, Lego City Undercover: The Chase Begins) 4/5

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