LEGO City Undercover (Nintendo Switch) Reviews

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Manufacturer: Nintendo
Expert Reviews: 
 3.8
User Reviews: 
 4.7
 
 

LEGO City Undercover Review

No reviews
Verdict: LEGO City Undercover was already a great game when it released on Wii U four years ago and this new release takes that and tweaks it just a bit. The overall experience is a little smoother and the addition of co-op is a nice touch, though there's nothing substantially new here.
2 years ago
 

Game Review: Lego City Undercover

4.0
Verdict: Lego City Undercover released way back in March 2014 for the Nintendo Wii U and 3DS, the Wii U version especially was held in high regard, largely been dubbed as the Grand Theft Auto for kids.
Pros: Possibly the funniest Lego game, Full of great cop movie clichés, Fun missions, Large city with plenty of side activities
Cons: Vehicles can be fiddly to drive, Long initial load-time to menu
2 years ago
 

Lego City Undercover (Switch)

3.0
Verdict: When it was announced that Lego City Undercover was moving off the Wii U and on to other platforms, part of me was very happy, as I remember enjoying the game, no matter the issues it had, but I also wondered if it would compete against the other Lego games that have come out since then.
2 years ago
 

Once around the block

3.5
Verdict: A solid game that definitely has an audience. Might lack replay value, could be too short or there are some hard-to-ignore faults, but the experience is fun.
6 years ago
 

LEGO City Undercover (Nintendo Switch) Review

4.5
Verdict: LEGO City Undercover begins with the introduction of Chase McCain, a police officer returning after a long absence. He is tasked with apprehending a dangerous criminal that has escaped from prison, which he happened to arrest many years ago.
2 years ago
 

LEGO City Undercover Review - Is the Switch version a worthwhile investment

4.0
Verdict: Unlike the PC version at current, the Nintendo Switch version of is actually an enjoyable experience. Though it follows the same general thread of other games - destroy the environment and reap the rewards - gives you a less constricted view of the franchise.
2 years ago
 

Lego City Undercover

4.0
Verdict: We're going to keep to the point in this review, because in terms of content, very little has changed since Lego City Undercover landed on Wii U as a console exclusive way back in 2013.
2 years ago
 

Lego City Undercover Review

No reviews
Verdict: The fact Lego City Undercover exists is impressive. It feels anomalous, a Lego game standing on its own blocky feet without the reliance on a license for its biggest moments or a hulking Lego sculpture but one that instead relies on interesting new mechanics to make its mark.
2 years ago
 

LEGO City Undercover (Nintendo Switch)

2.8
Verdict: In 2013, Nintendo, TT Games and Warner Bros. released Lego City Undercover to strong critical acclaim. Now, like so many other Wii U titles of late, Lego City Undercover has made the jump to Switch.
2 years ago
 

Review: LEGO City Undercover (Xbox One, PS4, Nintendo Switch, PC)

4.6
Verdict: It's the fourth month of 2017, and so far, we've had an unusual amount of solid titles comes out already. My poor wallet hurts because of the onslaught of good games. Shiness: The Lightning Kingdom is a solid action-RPG that adds to the ever growing pile of games to...
Pros: A Lot Of Fun, Looks Great, Hillarious, Lots To Do
Cons: Bugs, Sloppy Driving
2 years ago
 

Lego City Undercover Review – Long Load Times Don't Topple This Experience

4.1
Verdict: Back in 2013, Lego City Undercover was one of the Wii U's best third-party exclusive games (okay, okay, it was one of the only third-party exclusive games). That was then, this is now, and Lego City Undercover is back and now available on the Switch, Xbox One, PC, and PS4.
Pros: 2 player couch co-op, Hilarious dialog, Fun story
Cons: Awful load times, Some dated references
2 years ago
 

LEGO City Undercover (Nintendo Switch)

4.0
Verdict: There are technical cracks in its brickwork, but in combining the familiar constructs of the LEGO video games with an original story, huge amounts of humour and a ridiculous number of things to collect or discover, LEGO City Undercover proves that LEGO titles can be blockbusters without a big...
6 years ago
 

Fun game

5.0
Verdict: Very easy to buy online and then pick up in store. Helpful employees!
1 year ago
 

Really fun game that works well on the Switch

5.0
Verdict: Really fun game that works well on the Switch. It plays almsot like a GTA for kids, the humour is there for young and old so a great game for parents to play with their kids (or on their own)
1 year ago
 

super game

5.0
Verdict: I bought his a few weeks ago as a gift and I was delighted to find out that it's a super fun game,very catchy and gripping at the same time.
1 year ago
 

Great game!

4.0
Verdict: Having just purchased a Nintendo Switch console recently, I was happy to see a few Lego titles available including this one. This will delight both fans of Lego and those who want a fun game with depth, a good story and plenty to do.
1 year ago
 

LEGO

5.0
Verdict: Great Lego game that is free from being tied to a licensed franchise.
2 years ago
 

LEGO® City: Undercover Nintendo Switch

4.0
Verdict: Really fun game, 4 year old, 7 year old and I (dad) all loved paying it. easy to play, but enough to do that it keeps your interest. 1 or 2 players, good graphics also.
2 years ago
 

Awesome game

5.0
Verdict: Great Lego game with full fun as always great graphics and some cool action
1 year ago
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