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Where is Lego City Undercover 2?

 

 

Cordova, TN; February 19, in the year of our Lord 2016--Family Friendly Gaming, the industry leader in covering the family friendly video games is circling back on Lego City Undercover 2. Where is it? Why hasn’t there been a Lego City Undercover 2 announcement yet? I took the time to check and noticed that both Lego City Undercover on the Wii U, and Lego City Undercover The Chase Begins on the Nintendo 3DS have sold over one million copies worldwide. According to vgchartz.com. That website shows the Nintendo 3DS Lego City Undercover The Chase Begins version has sold 1.4 million copies, and the Wii U Lego City Undercover has sold just over one million units. I thought the one million mark was the sign of major success within the video game industry. Are the plans for a sequel being forgotten because these games were slow and steady sellers?

On August 10th, in the year of our Lord 2014 I wrote about the things I wanted to see in Lego City Undercover 2. We are now over a year and a half later. Nintendo has been silent on this issue. TT Games has been silent on this issue. WB Games has been silent on this issue. Do they think the interest in a Lego City Undercover 2 will go away if they unprofessionally pretend like we are not here? Lego City Undercover has proven itself to be a franchise that hardcore gamers and families alike can enjoy. What is the hold-up for a sequel? I could come up with all kinds of cool and wonderful story lines for a sequel. I am not the only one as there has been all kinds of brainstorming done here at Family Friendly Gaming for ideas for a sequel to Lego City Undercover.

Know what would be really cool? If the hand held and the home console versions of the games connected again. This time start with the hand held versions of the game, and then the story would continue in the home console versions. Rarely has this kind of a concept been done in video games. The last franchise I remember that did something that cool was the .hack franchise. I think I have been patient waiting a year and a half since writing about this last. Both of these games were release in 2013 in the United States. We are closing in on three years since they came out. We still play both of these games here at Family Friendly Gaming. There are few games that stand the test of time like Lego City Undercover, and Lego City Undercover The Chase Begins. The time for an announcement of a sequel is now. Come on. I know you can do it.


God bless,
Paul Bury
Family Friendly Gaming

   

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