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LEGO City: Undercover by Nintendo of America




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  • Cartoon Violence
  • Crude Humor
LEGO City: Undercover is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 28.
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  • Platform: Nintendo Wii U
  • Publisher: Nintendo of America
  • Developer: Nintendo of America
  • Category: Action
  • Players:1 player

Product Details:

LEGO® City comes to life, only on Wii U! For the first time, the fan-favorite LEGO City vehicles and play sets come to life in the LEGO® City: Undercover game, exclusively for the new Wii U console. Explore the vast and open city filled with humorous LEGO characters any way you want. You can commandeer any one of over 100 different vehicles on the street or fly a helicopter through the air on your missions. Assume the identity of Chase McCain, an undercover officer armed with clever disguises each with their own special abilities and try to put a stop to the fiendish Rex Fury and end his crime wave in LEGO City. Use the Wii U GamePad controller as the ultimate detective device to seamlessly connect to the in-game action using it as an indispensable map, communicator, and high-tech scanning device. Look into the screen of the GamePad to get new views of crime scenes and use its motion sensing capabilities to scan for hidden clues and hiding criminals. It's up to you to save the good people of LEGO City.

  • Experience LEGO City like never before. Players will encounter familiar play sets come to life as they explore the vast city, looking for clues to bring Rex Fury to justice.
  • Players can go undercover with a variety of disguises, including a firefighter, a construction worker and even a robber, and use their unique abilities to solve puzzles and access new areas of the city.
  • The Wii U GamePad controller is woven seamlessly into the game-play experience. Players use it to scan for hidden clues and criminals, receive mission updates and place waypoints on an overhead city map that displays their position in real time.
  • There are more than 100 vehicles for players to collect and use to explore the city, including sports cars, motorcycles and even aircraft.
  • LEGO video games are known for their humor and parody, and the LEGO City: Undercover game delivers this and more with fully voiced characters and ambient crowds, bringing LEGO City to life.


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Number of Players
1 player

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Rated 4 out of 5 by from It so much fun!!!!! This was the best game ever.It is educational for my grandson.But however do not buy it from game stop I got a copy (pre-owned).I checked the disc right after I got out of the store and not a dent,scratche,and no dang figer prints on the disc .I got home and put it in my wii u machine and it started up fine until erorr code 150-1031 came up.That stinks.I would recommend this game just dont buy pre-owned copies.
Date published: 2016-02-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from ok easy to play game It's an ok game but needs work. I think it needs shorter levels and the ability to save in game. also the game is to kidish.
Date published: 2014-07-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from GTA Lego style I should have reviewed this game a long time ago, but I forgot I had this game and now no one will probably read this review. Oh well. The STORY of the game is your a detective who works at the police station and you need to capture the escape convict, Rex Fury (Insert Fawfal's "I have fury!!!" joke here) There's more to the story as you progress but that's the basic jist of it. This game is full of "Easter Eggs" from movie references and Mario Easter Eggs everywhere. This game has elements of a typical lego game such as building, destroying, and definitely humor; but it also has elements of GTA as well because you can "steal" cars, and basically do whatever the heck you want, except harming the lego people (it is an E10 game after all so it's not fully GTA Lego edition) GAMEPLAY. There are many costumes you can unlock in the game. There's the required ones, then there's the costumes you can unlock and wear for fun. There are about 8 main costumes you unlock, but you start off with 2. Every main costume has different abilities that you'll need to pass certain areas of the game. This game has about 10 chapters to it, each containing side objectives that are required to beat this game 100%. Speaking of that, this is a massive game and it'll take you a very long time to 100% it cause there's unlockables to find everywhere. To put it in perspective, I beat the main game, but for the total game, I only beat it 16.5%. That's how big this game actually is so you'll definitely have fun exploring the massive city which is Lego City. PROS. This is a huge game, and it's just about perfect. The city's big, the game has humor, it's a free roaming game, unlockables everywhere, the final chapter is amazing, and I love the music in one part of it, it's a great game. CONS. The only big con I have was one day I put the game in, it went to the game, but then it game me an error. I fixed the problem finally and it only happened once to me, but someone on Miiverse had the same problem I did. Other than that, perfect game for anyone and everyone. Also, if you see Sonic 06 being recommended.....I'm joking, just needed to fill up the third slot. Enjoy your painful memories again :)
Date published: 2014-06-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This game is awesome! Its amazing you should get it awesome game play and its an open world :) ITS AWESOME SO GET IT YEAH!
Date published: 2014-04-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The Best "Kids Game" and LEGO game to date. Now that I've finished the campaign, I can safely say that LEGO CiTY Undercover is without a doubt, my favorite "kids game," ever made. About 3/4th's of the jokes aren't even aimed towards kids. They contain references and jokes to old 70's cop shows, classical art, other game series, sarcasm, and so much more. The Story: Chase McCain has return to LEGO City after a 2 year absence. LEGO City's most notorious villain, Rex Fury, has escaped jail and Chase has to stop his acts of villainy and has to arrest Rex. Simple right? Well, the plot gets more and more complex as Chase unveils a layer of the mystery. Unlikely allies emerge, and enemies in the shadows will shock you. So... the writing in this game, flawless. Anyone can enjoy it, and I think an adult audience will get more of the jokes and see why it works. Music: The music ranges from stereotype 70's cop music, to something out of a Japanese RPG, to just plain out orchestrated epicness. The music suits every situation and most tracks are catchy. I sometimes just stopped what I was doing and just enjoyed the track. It's that well done! Gameplay: If you played a Tt developed LEGO game, you know the basics. There are various disguises that allow Chase special abilities. Sort of like LEGO Batman 1 & 2, but funner. But what makes LEGO CiTY's gameplay so unique, is that there are free running segments that feel right out of an action movie. The combat is well done and feels like an easier form of the free-flow combat of the Batman Arkham series. LEGO City is enormous!!! Imgaine GTA V's layout and size, only with LEGO characters. Yup, it's that big. And graphically, this game is VERY impressive. At first, the LEGO characters in HD look like.... well, real-life LEGO minifigures. But as the setting involves more scenery such as grass, or water, or even just sand; we get to see the detail that Tt Fusion has put into the game. All in all, I love this game. It's pitch perfect. A great casual game that makes well use of the Wii U gamepad and is one of the best comedies I've played. 10/10. P.S.: This game's climax is one the best in ANY game. Better than some action games even. Everything, and I mean EVERYTHING reaches its peak; the writing, music, and graphics just go to a point that isn't even imaginable in a "kids game."
Date published: 2014-02-09
Date published: 2013-11-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Pigs flying? This game will keep you busy for sometime,there is so much collecting in this game it is nuts but in a good way.if your a fan of the gta series then you'll feel right at home.Lego undercover is a open world game and it rivals most open world games because its really large.so if you you have a wii u or not this is a must buy game,bravo nintendo for having a exclusive game thats amazing on wii u and one more thing,pigs will fly in lego undercover so have fun guys..
Date published: 2013-08-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Fun but.... I have been playing the Lego series of games on my Wii and now Wii U, and this game lives up to my expectations, EXCEPT for a couple of things. I have always enjoyed the Lego games above many other types because you never see that annoying "Game Over" sign if you do something stupid! Here are my gripes: 1. Loading time -- between sequences the game loads VERY slowly, so be sure you have something else to do while you are waiting. I usually read my newspaper, feed the cat or get a snack. 2. Interminable chase sequences -- I am not a fan of timed chase sequences or ones where you have to finish it before you can move on, and there are obstacles in the way of finishing them, therefore I find this part of the game more stressful and annoying than anything else. This is especially true when you have to maneuver a semi-tractor-trailer truck on winding mountain roads at speed. A few of the chase sequences took me many tries to complete. One that was really annoying was chasing a green truck from the airport, ramming it, and then having to drive it BACK the other way, all while dodging vehicles bent on stopping the truck. When the truck is wrecked (as happened frequently to me), you have to start completely over from the beginning of the chase at the airport. 3. You can't skip the dialogue if you have heard it before. On all the other Lego games, once you have been through the dialogue sequences once, you can press the C button to skip them. Not this time that I can find. This has been especially annoying during the chase sequence in my #2 comment above. I listened to the dialogue at the airport so many times, I had it memorized. 4. Story arc is WAY too long. Each of the sequences in the main game lasts a very long time, and you don't have the option to save and quit. There are only automatic saves, and while they do occur relatively frequently, there is always the risk of losing your spot and having to go through the entire thing again if you quit. This happened to me! 5. If you go on a side-quest (for example finding one of the pigs and shooting it back to the farm) while on the way to the main area the story continues in, there is no longer a marker on the Wii U controller to help you find your way back. All-in-all, this is a very fun game, and I'm glad I got it, but I hope that the developers work out these issues before the next Lego game.
Date published: 2013-08-16
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