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Submitted by Lucario 532d ago | review

Diehard GameFAN: Lego City: Undercover Review

DHGF: Lego City: Undercover is a decent game, but by no means the system exclusive that Nintendo needs to really get momentum building for the Wii U. It’s the largest and more impressive world Traveler Tales has ever created for a Lego game, but it’s also pretty devoid of content unless you want to spend sixty+ hours looking for hidden items and unlockables instead of sub-quests and optional storylines which is usually the appeal for sandbox style games. As such, veering off from the core storyline (which while padded, can be quite funny at times) generally leave one a bit bored unless you have OCD to the point where you need to find every unlockable in a game. In that case, Lego City: Undercover will be up your alley as there are hundreds to find. It’s also the best looking Lego game ever and sports a wonderful cast of actors that fully voice the game, but there’s not enough substance to the title once you get over the sheer style it oozes with. (Lego: City Undercover, Wii U) -

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