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19/12/2012 FGTV: Lego City Undercover Wii U 3DS Hands-on Gameplay Preview Review
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Lego City Undercover is an own-brand, WiiU exclusive game which explores new ground for the Lego series and makes innovative use of the new WiiU controller. In this FamilyGamerTV, we get the chance to play the game for ourselves and see how the WiiU innovations stack up.

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Lego City Undercover Wii U 3DS Hands-on Gameplay Preview Nintendo Wii Review

FGTV: Lego City Undercover Wii U 3DS Hands-on Gameplay Preview

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Nintendo Wii

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Style:
Singleplayer

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Lego City Undercover is an own brand, WiiU exclusive game which explores new ground for the Lego series and makes innovative use of the new WiiU controller. In this FamilyGamerTV, we get the chance to play the game for ourselves and see how the WiiU innovations stack up.

We look at the new control system for the WiiU pad and discuss how Lego City Undercover shuns motion control in favour of pad control. We look at the new firstperson mode which the WiiU pad offers and the differences in gameplay between this and other Lego titles.

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Written by Andy Robertson

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