Lego City: Undercover (Video Game Review)
Our character Chase is on a mission and this is one cop that won't be censored for his bizarre methods and conduct. McCain was track down his arch-enemy, rekindle an old romance and then take out the town's trash all before dinner. The gameplay may feel familiar with recognizable tropes from the Lego series which consists of studs to gather and fun side-tasks that can be completed for special gold bricks. Players will have a blast trying on loads of disguises to become someone different on each mission.
The best part of Lego City: Undercover is a vast, open-world environment that is larger than any you have ever seen in a Lego game. Players can explore beautiful neighborhoods, forests, and mountains that are packed with opportunities to find hidden treasures. The replay value here is extreme since you are urged to explore everywhere and everything!
However, all-in-all, Lego City: Undercover has colorful graphics, an entertaining storyline and superb sound effects with a great new world to explore. The game's silly characters and jokes make it a fun title to be enjoyed by the whole family. If you haven't picked it up today then you should. You may find that Lego City: Undercover is the best Lego game to ever be released!
Lego City: Undercover is now available for the Nintendo Wii U for $49.99 and is on its way to Nintendo 3D. Lego City: Undercover is rated Everyone 10+ for cartoon violence and crude humor.
- Seamless gameplay with Wii U Gamepad
- Over 100 vehicles to collect
- Variety of disguises
Developer: TT Games
Release Date: March 18, 2013
Available for: Nintendo Wii U (reviewed) and Nintendo 3DS
Score: 7 out of 10