Summary: Good game I like it the kids love it, however the driving controls are just awful. The game is like GTA for kids except you don't kill people and play as an undercover cop, even when driving down the sidewalk the people jump out of the way. Use of gamepad is cool my daughter likes using it to find the bad guy and set way points on the map. She is four and only asks for help with some of the jumping segments. Other than that it is a fun game the whole family can enjoy.
Summary: This game is vary fun but the loading screens made me lose interest. Pros: +nice graphics +good use of Wii U Gamepad +Fun world +Great cast of characters Cons: -loading screens other: if you don't mind waiting for loading then its a great purchase!
Summary: This is a fantastic game. My kids love to play it and it's currently their favorite Wii U game. They enjoy the fact that it is not linear and the main quest can be done, or not done, but there are so many other side quests and challenges to keep them busy. They said 5 stars, but I'm giving it 4 for one big reason. NO co-op play. I'm sure that it is common now to NOT have co-op play, but I don't understand it.
Summary: Sure load times may be long at times, but most seem short to me, and my patience level is sort of low. This game is awesome overall though! Lots of content and a fun game to play for all ages(Im 19). This is a must have for any Wii U owner. I highly recommend a physical copy and not a digital version, however the choice is yours.
Summary: This is easily one of the best Lego games I've played and fully optimized for fun on the Wii U. Not sure what the delay was in releasing this game but it was well worth the wait. The ONLY reason it gets 4 stars instead of 5 is that it isn't 2-player.
Fantastic game that has great visuals, suffers from long load times.
Michael A. Gallegos "Retailer, consumer", Amazon
1 April 2013
Summary: This game is a must-have for any Wii U owner and/or Lego fan. Lego City: Undercover is like a Lego Version of Grand Theft Auto. After a great series of missions, and an epic final mission, you still have tons of hidden content to find and collect. There are tons of great jokes with some slight innuendo. The game does suffer from long loading times. Luckily almost the entirety of the open-world areas load at the start.
Summary: Lego City: Undercover is an excellent open world game, exclusive to the Wii U. Quite frankly, this is my favorite Wii U game to date. It offers a ton of exploration, in a massive sandbox environment, full of things to see and do. This is truly a game for all ages. The gameplay's solid, the writing's sharp, the graphics are crisp, etc. But I do have one major complaint. What's up with these load times?
Summary: As a gamer and an adult Lego geek, I am really enjoying the game. Seeing everything being built out of Lego's just like in the real world is a real treat for me. Lot's of detail and it's fun picking out all the real life buildings and pieces. The story and dialog is cute and I have actually laughed out loud a couple of times. Some folks have mentioned some disappointment in the graphics department but I feel the game looks pretty good.