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- Join the Chase! In LEGO CITY Undercover, play as Chase McCain, a police officer who's been tasked with going undercover to hunt down the notorious - and recently escaped - criminal Rex Fury.
- Explore the sprawling open-world metropolis that is LEGO City.
- LEGO CITY Undercover brings together witty, original storytelling with signature LEGO humor to create a fun-filled experience for players of all ages to enjoy.
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Join the Chase! In LEGO CITY Undercover, play as Chase McCain, a police officer who's been tasked with going undercover to hunt down the notorious - and recently escaped - criminal Rex Fury and putting an end to his city-wide crime wave. With two player co-op, friends can explore the sprawling open-world metropolis that is LEGO City, with more than 20 unique districts to investigate, car thieves to bust, hilarious movie references to discover, vehicles to drive, and hundreds of collectibles. LEGO CITY Undercover brings together witty, original storytelling with signature LEGO humor to create a fun-filled experience for players of all ages to enjoy.
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I bough this again because I never get to play it on the Wii U since two of my kids are on the Wii U constantly. My son is always playing any Lego game and my older daughter is always playing a Zelda title. And when they are on together they play minecraft. What this means is I never get to use the Wii U and I always wanted to play this game. I have played it on the Wii U some and it is fun.
But now with this copy I can play on my Switch... an added bonus is I can now play the game along with my son and we have lots of fun together exploring Lego city. Since he has more play time with the Wii U version he shows me around the city and tell me where we need to go next. But it is loads of fun to now be able to play along side him. For this alone, I am happy I rebought this title.... on sale for $40 here on Amazon. Not as cheap as the Wii U version, but I was happy not to pay full price to rebuy this game for one extra feature.
So which version should you buy if you own a switch and a Wii U? my advice is:
If you wish to save money buy the Wii U version. A bargain at the Nintendo Selects price!!
If you want to play along with your kids buy this version.
If you already own this, wait for it to be on sale again on the switch.
The game repeatedly crashes during the first mission - and none of us have the patience or interest to reboot and sit through the painful loading, unskippable tutorial and long winded intro. Shame, was looking forward to this.
The problem with this game for me was the numerous and long loading screens. Many people have complained about it as well, but it really is frustrating. It takes you out of the story.
The game play is fun; it is what you expect from a lego title, and I do really like the original storyline.. I just ended up losing interest before I got to far into the gameplay. I'll try again sometime and see if I can get further along, but I feel like they really messed this one up. If they fix the loading times somehow with a patch then it could be worth revisiting.
I wouldn't ever recommend paying anything more for this than what you'd get out of a bargain bin or if it were used.
He's since gotten a hang of it and is starting to flow with the story line.
The only negative I've noticed is the split screen doesn't seem to work as well as on other Lego games on the XBox 360 like Jurassic World or Force Awakens, where the screen "merges" views together - it may do this I've just not seen it happen...
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As gameplay goes it's typical lego affair.Read more