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Post by Eorl @ 12:52pm 11/04/13 | 2 Comments
The LEGO name has been around for many years now, and with it a variety of different figurines, play sets and video games that have kept family and friends busy for hours. Included among the video game titles from prominent LEGO developer Tt Games is the likes of Batman and Harry Potter, but also the introduction of an entirely new standalone title, LEGO City: Undercover.

Featuring a mash up of Grand Theft Auto meets LEGO, we asked our own LEGO specialist Gameboffin to try out the first in what could hopefully be a new series of non-movie titles from Tt Games quite talented developer circle.
Its humour may be slightly weak and unlocks spread far and wide, but LEGO City Undercover is a thoroughly enjoyable and refreshingly innocent open-world game. It contains more than enough hooks to keep you engaged and has the right level of silliness to gloss over the realisation that its open world is really just a massive mission hub. If you enjoy the LEGO games but don’t own a Wii U, it’s probably not quite worth rushing downtown to grab one. However, it is the best third party game so far on the system.
Read more of the review over here.

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Posted 12:42am 12/4/13
Cant wait to get this even more now
Posted 02:45pm 27/4/13
Bought it today, loving it so far, It could easily be a game for kids, but as a grown man, I'm having a lot of fun.
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