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Eorl
Brisbane, Queensland
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Upcoming Tt Games' exclusive Wii U title LEGO City: Undercover has been given a new gameplay trailer today, showcasing various vehicles and missions that protagonist Chase McCain will be undertaking as he tries to stop criminal Rex Fury.
Players assume the identity of Chase McCain, an undercover detective armed with clever disguises. The mission is to put a stop to the fiendish Rex Fury and end his crime wave in LEGO City. As players run, drive and even fly through the city, they’ll use the Wii U GamePad controller as a new police gadget.
You can check out the trailer below for a look at clowns performing a bank heist, aerial views of the city in a helicopter and of course the LEGO building system for various items in-game.

LEGO City: Undercover will be available for Nintendo Wii U on 28th March.

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mental
Brisbane, Queensland
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Looks fun, didn't realize it was exclusive to wii u though, looks like I might pick one up in a sale at some stage.
02:23pm 05/02/13 Permalink
TiT
Brisbane, Queensland
5369 posts
Looks really good, at the moment its only reason why I want Wii U lol
02:24pm 05/02/13 Permalink
Raven
Melbourne, Victoria
7645 posts
Lego Star Wars meets LA Noire.

Too bad it's Wii U.
02:34pm 05/02/13 Permalink
glynd
Melbourne, Victoria
893 posts
Looks fun, didn't realize it was exclusive to wii u though, looks like I might pick one up in a sale at some stage.


yeah I'm waiting til the premium drops to $375 again. Then I'll snap it up.
02:40pm 05/02/13 Permalink
Eorl
Brisbane, Queensland
8505 posts
yeah I'm waiting til the premium drops to $375 again. Then I'll snap it up.
Big W seem to be the cheapest at the moment, offering the premium package for $418.
02:46pm 05/02/13 Permalink
glynd
Melbourne, Victoria
894 posts
Big W seem to be the cheapest at the moment, offering the premium package for $418.


Target also have it for $429 but it also comes with ZombiU (or Let's Dance 4 if you're inclined).
02:54pm 05/02/13 Permalink
ravn0s
Brisbane, Queensland
16604 posts
no way i'd buy a wii with the next gen consoles almost upon us.
03:12pm 05/02/13 Permalink
Eorl
Brisbane, Queensland
8506 posts
no way i'd buy a wii with the next gen consoles almost upon us.

I'd hate to miss out on the various exclusive Wii U titles, however that may just be me as the next Xbox and PlayStation don't really intrigue me. Happy enough with the amount of games coming on PC and Wii U that I'll be gaming for sometime.
03:20pm 05/02/13 Permalink
glynd
Melbourne, Victoria
898 posts
Sorry for the bump. Is the Premium Wii U even worth it? I know you can plug an external hard drive into it so the drive is negligible, I can't see myself using the accessories and the 10% store bonus thing isn't really going to be put to use as I can't see myself using the eshop enough to justify it.

Noticed the basic Wii U w/ ZombiU is going for $299 at target which is tempting. Could still pick up NintendoLand for $57. Premium w/ Wii U is going for $429 so trying to work out whether the accessories are worth the extra $70
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Eorl
Brisbane, Queensland
8529 posts
If you can get ZombiU for only $299 I'd heartily recommend it, though Nintendo Land is definitely recommended as well. The premium does come with a charging dock for the GamePad which is handy, but otherwise it isn't necessarily needed for charging, as any ol' mini-usb cable can work.

Games I'd recommend would be ZombiU, Nintendo Land, Scribblenauts, New Super Mario Bros. U, Sonic & All-Stars Racing and any ports like Blops 2 or AC3 if you haven't played them.
12:38pm 08/02/13 Permalink
glynd
Melbourne, Victoria
899 posts
^ NintendoLand is a definite. Mates got a WiiU and it's the best pre-drinks game haha. Like I said, I can pick up NintendoLand off ozgameshop for like $57 and I'm in no rush for it.

If I can convince them to give me NSMBU instead of ZombiU, it'll be a massive win. I'll eventually pick up ZombiU but I'm much more interested in NSMBU.
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