Here we go
When LEGO City: Undercover launched for the Wii U back in 2013, it was chock full of surprises for Nintendo fans eager to launch into the console's first open-world adventure game. With the game making the leap to both current-gen and competing platforms, there was some fear that the game's numerous easter eggs, many of which are cheeky...
Not too shabby, to be honest
Lego City: Undercover is the next big Switch retail release, and despite the age of the title it's well worth getting excited about - it was easily one of the stand-out games on the Wii U, horrendous load times notwithstanding. While it was intended to be a Nintendo exclusive Lego City: Undercover also came to the PS4,...
And it's not 13 GB!
Many of you will no doubt remember the panic that erupted about a week ago, where an evidently misprinted box for Lego City Undercover mentioned that the game would require an eye-watering 13 GB install to play. Fortunately, WB was quick to dismiss this, though perhaps an update of that size might've been useful. All the same,...
Lego City Undercover was certainly a bright spot in the Wii U's library, bringing fun, open world gameplay to the classic Lego template. Still, it wasn't a perfect game by any means, and one aspect that received universal negativity was the positively heinous load times that continuously plagued it. Essentially, if you re-entered the...
UPDATE: Publisher says you don't need to install to play
Update: Warner Bros has issued a statement to Eurogamer regarding this news: Players who purchase Lego City Undercover on Nintendo Switch at retail do not need to download the game to play. We've also heard from another source that the information on the box is actually incorrect. We'll...
Co-op mode included
The former Wii U exclusive Lego City Undercover now has a release date for its Nintendo Switch debut: 4th April 2017. The trailer below is via the Kotaku channel. The updated version also brings with it a couple of new additions, most notably the ability to play the whole game cooperatively with a friend. The trailer shows off...
No longer Wii U exclusive
Warner Bros. Games has just announced that it is porting Wii U exclusive Lego City Undercover to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Steam and - most importantly of all - Nintendo Switch next summer. The game launched to critical acclaim back in 2013 and was accompanied by a 3DS prequel. It made excellent use of the Wii U GamePad as...
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