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LEGO CITY Undercover: The Chase Begins Launches In April In Europe For Nintendo 3DS

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Nintendo announces that LEGO CITY Undercover: The Chase Begins, exclusive to the Nintendo 3DS family of systems, launches in Europe on 26th April 2013. The handheld title puts the action of LEGO CITY into the palms of players’ hands allowing for portable exploration as Chase McCain.

Developed by TT Games, LEGO CITY Undercover: The Chase Begins is a prequel to the upcoming Wii U title and stars Chase McCain as a rookie cop on his first exciting adventure in LEGO CITY. Explore a city full of LEGO bustling with wacky characters, brought to life on your Nintendo 3DS, and learn the ropes of police work with Chase McCain, donning disguises for special skills when solving missions and fighting crime on the city’s streets. You can call up your Scanner from the Touch Screen and move your Nintendo 3DS, utilising the motion sensors, to analyse the LEGO CITY environment for audio or visual clues. On your first job as a cop you encounter the crime kingpin Rex Fury and it’s your mission to put him behind bars!

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11 comments

    1. Yea. thats my mindset too.

      I’ve got the Wii U one preordered, but have little interest in this 3DS one. But I’m not entirely sure why. Maybe because we’ve seen so little of this one? Or theres other more important 3DS stuff out soon like Luigis Mansion.

      Perhaps once we see more of the 3DS version, and get some reviews coming in, I’ll change my mind.

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  1. i dunno what to do,

    the reviews seem to be pretty split of the WiiU game, i am not really in to the Lego games as they have never appealed to me, i am interested in this, but the main reason i am i think is because of the lack of games on the WiiU, i don’t think there is enough in this to warrant just buying it out of desperation.

    a lot of the reviews have said that the world is pretty empty of things to do, yes there is the stories & things to do, but it is just a bland, clichéd & empty wold.

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