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LEGO City Undercover: The Chase Begins 3DS TV Commercial

Nintendo of America has released a television commercial for Lego City Undercover: The Chase Begins on the Nintendo 3DS. The game is an action packed prequel to the recently released Lego City Undercover on Wii U and see’s you step into the shoes of Chase McCain, one of the city’s most celebrated crime fighters. Lego City Undercover: The Chase Begins is due for release on April 21st in North America.

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      1. I watched it literally right after typing that comment… Not bad for a NoA advert; although that’s because the voiceover didn’t last for 20 years.

  1. Is anyone else experiencing online issues? I can’t play any games online, and everytime I try to conect, it gives me an error code which is 001-0811. It says “The server is going uder maintenance”. :(

      1. Hey clown. The original Xenoblade only sold 0.16 million units lifetime in Japan, where do you get the idea Xenoblade 2 will “sell millions in the first week”?

        1. Who and what is that random point directed to? Okay, and world wide it sold just under a million. With how hard that game is or how expensive it is because of stock shortages, it should be able to sell fairly well. Of course I’m not saying million in the first week though…

          1. BTW, as an example, for my to buy xenogears from it’s $249.99 new, and $150 used… That’s the only reason I don’t own it.

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        No I’m not exclusive to this site. Also, I have “no life”? Apparently you more about me than I know about myself.

  2. I hope this game doesnt suck because im sure many people will play this version before the wii u version. It would be a shame if they missed out on undercover because that game is so good.

  3. I love the Wii U game so much! I could see where they set up the “prequel” to it from the start. I’ll finish up this one before I snag up the 3DS game though. I’m very impressed and I hope that further LEGO games have this amount of depth to them.

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