Lego City Undercover [Switch] £19.00 @ AO
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Lego City Undercover [Switch] £19.00 @ AO

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Found 21st AprEdited by:"nihir"
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  • The best-selling, well-reviewed LEGO City Undercover brings humorous, open world LEGO gaming - with newly added two player co-op - to new gen console players for the very first time!
  • Become LEGO City's finest - Assume the identity of undercover police officer, Chase McCain, and track down the fiendish Rex Fury to finally put an end to his city-wide crime wav
  • Explore the city - With more than 20 distinct districts to investigate, LEGO CITY is a bustling metropolis that is ripe for exploration and filled to the brim with people on the streets to interact with, criminals to take down and hundreds of collectibles.
  • Be a master of disguise - As a man of many talents, Chase McCain has eight disguises to choose from, each with unique skills and abilities to infiltrate every corner of the city, allowing him to access places a regular old officer can't.
  • Over 100 vehicles - In LEGO CITY, every vehicle on the street can be commandeered with more than 100 to choose from so players can get behind the wheel of sports cars, motorcycles, helicopters and more to chase down criminals or take a leisurely ride through the urban jungle to check out the sights.
  • Fight crime - Take down criminals with hand-to-hand combat or arrest bad guys using Chase's handy grapple gun and standard issue police handcuffs.
  • The cast - Chase is joined by officer Frank Honey, Chief of Police Dunby and paramedic Natalia Kowalski, who are just a few of the more than 300 unlockable and playable characters that gamers will meet throughout the adventure.
  • Humor, humor, humor - Featuring an original storyline, LEGO CITY Undercover is chock-full of signature humor with hilarious movie and music references peppered throughout the open-world.
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Good price, heat added.
Thank you for posting! Perfect present - great price! This is why this site rules
Great game shame about a few missions that crash the game
awesome
£6 cheaper than anywhere else I could see for a hard copy. Thanks OP.
This is a great game for 6 year olds and above as they can just drive around without having to complete missions, but bare in mind you can run people over and steal cars, nothing graphic obviously, but if you're kids are sensitive it is something to be aware of.

Oh and for two player you need another set of joy-cons, which is mad. I ended up buying a USB adapter that allows me to use a ps3, ps4 or any Xbox controller, was only £20 and we already have the other controlers so was the cheaper option.

Great game though.
bluetba12 m ago

This is a great game for 6 year olds and above as they can just drive …This is a great game for 6 year olds and above as they can just drive around without having to complete missions, but bare in mind you can run people over and steal cars, nothing graphic obviously, but if you're kids are sensitive it is something to be aware of.Oh and for two player you need another set of joy-cons, which is mad. I ended up buying a USB adapter that allows me to use a ps3, ps4 or any Xbox controller, was only £20 and we already have the other controlers so was the cheaper option. Great game though.


My mind is naked for you - but my kids love to squash things, and one of them is only 4, I blame it on the graphic depiction of smashing other Lego creations that they have been exposed to since birth - we live in a very rough, Lego-unfriendly neighbourhood - one of the neighbour's kids.....he...he destroyed a Lego firestation with a Lego Technic Mack truck just last week. It's hard in the 'hood.
Thanks OP. This will be perfect to keep our lad occupied on long journeys.
Still can't believe this was about £10 in US eShop sale
jco838 h, 26 m ago

Still can't believe this was about £10 in US eShop sale


Was where I bought it from. Took the chance as heard it had issues in portable mode. But it runs fairly well. Think I tend to get slow downs in fights more than anywhere else.

Still was a right bargain at £10.
Edited by: "kos1c" 22nd Apr
bluetba21 h, 24 m ago

This is a great game for 6 year olds and above as they can just drive …This is a great game for 6 year olds and above as they can just drive around without having to complete missions, but bare in mind you can run people over and steal cars, nothing graphic obviously, but if you're kids are sensitive it is something to be aware of.Oh and for two player you need another set of joy-cons, which is mad. I ended up buying a USB adapter that allows me to use a ps3, ps4 or any Xbox controller, was only £20 and we already have the other controlers so was the cheaper option. Great game though.


I recently reviewed all of my sons Lego related items and discovered it it all related to either bank robbers, cops with guns , looting , etc and with the Star Wars Lego it was all guns and shooting. His Lego magazines and games obviously reflect the same stuff. He’s 6 but able to do Lego for 12+ easy but I’m very selective now as to what he’s exposed too. He was starting to make shooting guns out of Lego and pretend shoot all the time. It was not his fault, mine for falling into Lego’s huge franchise trap! So I agree with your point.
It’s well known that Lego is a gateway drug to mechano.
Won’t someone think of the children!
sumz012 h, 1 m ago

I recently reviewed all of my sons Lego related items and discovered it it …I recently reviewed all of my sons Lego related items and discovered it it all related to either bank robbers, cops with guns , looting , etc and with the Star Wars Lego it was all guns and shooting. His Lego magazines and games obviously reflect the same stuff. He’s 6 but able to do Lego for 12+ easy but I’m very selective now as to what he’s exposed too. He was starting to make shooting guns out of Lego and pretend shoot all the time. It was not his fault, mine for falling into Lego’s huge franchise trap! So I agree with your point.


The game is no different from 30 to 50 years ago when young children played around being cowboys and Indians. Shooting each other with bow/ arrows and guns. Fast forward 20 years ago and it was ninja turtles where kids went around doing flying kicks, playing rough on each other. Let kids be kids. Boys especially will always be interested in this and Lego is certainly the best exposure for extremely mild elements of crime/ violence. As a parent you can just explain these actions and educate them on the real world. Let them be kids but also don't put them in a bubble. Harmless fun exposure like Lego is probably a good start. Explaining and educating is always the best policy.
Anyone who uses gaming as an excuse, for example that one element that made them commit crimes or violently hurt people, are talking rubbish. It's parenting (all kinds, scenarios, broken homes, DV etc.) , bad influences with friends/ other kids, lack of discipline, social media that 'can' influence children to act in that kind of way.
But I do think it's important to try and review most kinds of entertainment that your children watch. But mild increasing exposure over the years is needed. We all know of someone who was put in a bubble far too long and it shows significantly on their teenage/ adult life.

*please this is not a dig at yourself. I do not know anything about you. My opinion/ point is that Lego games are not bad at all and probably a great learning tool in general life etc.
kos1c11 h, 12 m ago

Was where I bought it from. Took the chance as heard it had issues in …Was where I bought it from. Took the chance as heard it had issues in portable mode. But it runs fairly well. Think I tend to get slow downs in fights more than anywhere else. Still was a right bargain at £10.


I noticed slow down when a lot of action was happening at same time, for example destroying a silver statue and generating a lot of studs. However, a minor issue with an otherwise great game, at this price highly recommended!
sumz017 h, 37 m ago

I recently reviewed all of my sons Lego related items and discovered it it …I recently reviewed all of my sons Lego related items and discovered it it all related to either bank robbers, cops with guns , looting , etc and with the Star Wars Lego it was all guns and shooting. His Lego magazines and games obviously reflect the same stuff. He’s 6 but able to do Lego for 12+ easy but I’m very selective now as to what he’s exposed too. He was starting to make shooting guns out of Lego and pretend shoot all the time. It was not his fault, mine for falling into Lego’s huge franchise trap! So I agree with your point.


Really? I wonder what damage Pac Man and Mario handle on my generation, eating pills, chasing ghost and stomping on koppa Troopas heads. Personally never had more than a speeding ticket, never a parking ticket, never in trouble for violence and am actually a member of charity against such as was raised with a violent threat father. I think it's more the parents not the video games, teach them right and they have knowledge and respect.

After all, it's a proven fact video games doesn't promote violence but decrease it, its a parents job to make sure its age appropriate.

Not directing that last part at anyone.
Edited by: "irishsea" 22nd Apr
I have this game and it's poor compared to the PS4 version. It stutters a lot and slows down. Kids probably won't care though....
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