Law and Order and Legos in Lego City Undercover
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- Feb 26, 2013
Learn how Lego City Undercover is taking one of video gaming's most controversial genres and tempering it with a lot of bright, colorful blocks.
So this is actually LEGO: True Crime...nice... Although I know a lot of "hardcore" gamers will NOT rave about this game...but it looks like a great game!
@guy298 Same here. I also thought they might have finally made a half-way serious game, but no. It's the same dumb kiddy BS.
shame this isn't going to come out for xbox or ps3 :( I loved the Lego games but don't have a Wii nor ever plan on getting one.
@Keithy211 Why not? There is nothing wrong with the Wii and Wii U. The Wii U is more like the Xbox and PS3 than the first Wii.
@Cillah187 Well because I work in construction and I like chilling relaxing on the couch when I'm playing games, my arms are usually always aching from working morning till night lifting all day, to play Wii I would have to swing my arms all over which I can't do because I'm so worn out, otherwise I might...If we were able to play video games like normal I would of had a Wii but most game I hear require motion movement, I really don't know much about Wii, just the motion movement I heard is required to play games, unless they changed it where you can play games normally? I don't know
@Keithy211 @Cillah187 I find the nunchuck controls more comfortable and relaxing... Most games only need you to ocaitionally aim the controller or shake it a bit. But to have my hands where I want them instead of always having to be together is just... It just feels natural. I also have PS3 and WiiU and I'm probably gonna pick this up. I really hope WiiU 3rd party's get on board soon and start taking advantage of the gamepad. Don't get me started on Monster Hunter! Zombie U is more what I'm talking about... ;)
@Cillah187 aim slightly higher then ps3 or xbox with that console u got free online like ps3 with same if not better then xbox live gold online
This looks great I'll be honest, I never enjoyed the other Lego games as they were primarily around unlocks and collecting things... which I've never personally enjoyed, this appears to be a story driven open world game which more up my street. Sadly I don't own a WiiU, however if it hits PC in future that would be great. I hope it reviews well. :)
I'm a little tired of Lego games, but an open world one seems pretty more interesting than the regular franchises associated to Lego. I'll keep my eyes on this
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