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Lego City Undercover

 

 

SCORE: 80

 

Lego City Undercover 

 

I have struggled mightily with Lego City Undercover. If you read my preview then you know this game was released at an over-inflated price. It has already dropped ten dollars right after that preview was published. If we had just waited a week or two we would have saved money. WB Games priced gouged us after not being capable of providing a reviewable copy.

The HD graphics look nice in Lego City Undercover. It is awesome having drop in and drop out capabilities for a second family member. We can also warp to where the other player is. That is an awesome feature for me. I go off an tangents and lose track of whomever I am playing with.

The down sides to Lego City Undercover is I have already played this game before - multiple times. It was fun redoing all of it at first. But then it started to get boring to completely replay the same game I have played through before. Player two can not see where to go in mission portions of the game. The half screen makes doing anything really difficult in Lego City Undercover when two players are present. There is still long loading times, lag, and glitches. Lego City Undercover is a big battery drain when the Nintendo Switch is off the docking station.

The game play area in Lego City Undercover is huge. There are plenty of things to do, and collect in this under cover police Lego video game. There is ton of humor in the story line too. We were laughing a lot at the different lines in Lego City Undercover. There are references in Lego City Undercover to a variety of different entertainment franchises. The voice acting is good, and so is the animation.

The fighting seems easier in Lego City Undercover. It is still a real boring part of this Lego video game. I did like things like putting out fires, and using brick multipliers. Since I played Lego City Undercover before I knew to turn on the red bricks as soon as I purchased them. I also knew to collect as many bricks as possible for the super builds.

I believe Lego City Undercover is worth thirty to forty dollars brand new. There is a lot families can do in this game after playing through the story. There are also reasons to replay the levels once you have all of the costumes.
- Kid Gamer

 

Graphics: 89%
Sound: 90%
Replay/Extras: 70%
Gameplay: 65%
Family Friendly Factor: 86%

System: PS4/Xbox One/Switch(tested)
Publisher: WB Games
Developer: TT Games
ESRB Rating: ‘E10+’ for Everyone TEN and OLDER ONLY
{Cartoon Violence, Crude Humor}


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