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1. Posted: Tue 19th Mar 2013 02:34 GMT
In the game's manual (the printed one) there is a page asking you to go to www.legosurvey.com/CITY to do a survey and get cheat codes... but as soon as I enter the address I am redirected to LEGO's main page, where I couldnt find any cheats nor surveys.
Has any of you found them? Or know anyhing about the game codes? (besides the one in a LEGO set)
Edited on Tue 19th March, 2013 @ 02:36 by tripunktoj
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2. Posted: Tue 19th Mar 2013 21:09 GMT
I sent them an email about this, and they replied
""I'm sorry that the website is not working at the moment! Our web team is on the case. Please give us a week to get the site all taken care of and set up! Thanks again for your patience and have fun playing while you wait!"" I guess just wait a week.
3. Posted: Tue 19th Mar 2013 22:00 GMT
Hey at least you have the game! 8 more days for us in AU
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4. Posted: Wed 20th Mar 2013 17:59 GMT
The site is up now up. They aren't really DLC codes (or even in the sense of the 60007 LEGO kit code). Just the standard LEGO video game codes. Enter them at the console within the police station.
mhhrhm: Race car driver
xkgzvj: Gorilla suit guy
hvgtpg: Natalia Kowalski
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5. Posted: Thu 21st Mar 2013 00:14 GMT
Thanks for your replies guys, and sorry for the delay posting, but I cant get online to follow up on my threads as often as I'd like. @terribledeli This is my first LEGO game and I haven't had a chance to actually get into it yet, so I dont really understand what you mean with "standard LEGO videogame codes", is it like you can get the codes in-game or on the web? Could you please explain me?
Edited on Thu 21st March, 2013 @ 00:17 by tripunktoj
6. Posted: Thu 21st Mar 2013 01:05 GMT
For most LEGO games, the codes are done in the six digits and typically unlock something that can be earned within the game. For example, the Natalia character. If you proceed through the story, she becomes unlocked later in the game. Or you can unlock her immediately by using the code after you get through the prologue (in the police HQ's console). The codes are not specific to your console and everyone can use them.
The code available in the 60007 LEGO kit seems to be somewhat more restrictive, though I'm not entirely sure it is specific. Especially since there doesn't seem to be any extra files downloaded to "unlock" the two bonus missions.
7. Posted: Tue 26th Mar 2013 03:52 GMT
Thanks for explaining this @terribledeli
8. Posted: Mon 3rd Feb 2014 11:34 GMT
The 3DS game's survey codes are the following:
yxjrtc: Circus Clown (3DS)
rmrqfn: Deep Sea Diver (3DS)
cxpnxx: Ninja Warrior (3DS)
Are there any other codes available for the game and is there any other DLC than the Lego City set 60007? The cheapest I've found it is Amazon for £12/15€.
Edited on Mon 3rd February, 2014 @ 11:34 by Kolzig
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9. Posted: Mon 3rd Feb 2014 15:33 GMT
There are a variety of codes in that set, but any can be used an infinite number of times. You don't need to buy it, just find a code online and enter it.
10. Posted: Wed 23rd Apr 2014 01:08 BST
So is the code found in the Lego set something that cannot be unlocked from just playing the game? More missions sounds awesome, but I would rather unlock them just from playing rather than entering a code if that is possible.
11. Posted: Wed 23rd Apr 2014 06:20 BST
I noticed the same website in the back of the Lego The Hobbit game I got today, haven't taken the survey yet though.
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