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Submitted by GamingAngelGabriel 436d ago | review

Lego City: Undercover Review | Tech Heads

It may have a lot riding on it due to the extremely small library available for the Wii U so far, but Lego City: Undercover is every bit as satisfying as players could have hoped. Hopefully the Wii U can pick up enough steam to justify a sequel, because this game proves that Lego titles don’t need superheroes or existing franchises to be entertaining. (Lego: City Undercover, Wii U) 9/10

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