Lego City Undercover for PlayStation 4
PS4

Lego City Undercover

Apr 4, 2017
8.15
playscore
Good
748th of 7922

Trailer, Gameplay, & Screenshots

About this game

Developer: TT Fusion
Content Rating: Everyone10+

Summary

Assume the identity of undercover officer, Chase McCain, and put a stop to the fiendish Rex Fury (right) and his crime wave. Use your Wii U GamePad controller to keep your finger on the pulse of the city, and don a host of disguises to infiltrate every corner of the bustling city as you track down your foes.

Gamer Reviews

1774 Reviews
8.74
whatoplay
0 review
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Michal55555

Michal55555

Jun 15, 2022
7.80
kabrraL

kabrraL

May 8, 2022
7.40
andrewsmg

andrewsmg

Sep 15, 2021
7.00
Lorenzo Van Dam

Lorenzo Van Dam

Jul 22, 2021
7.80

Aggregate Gamer Reviews

Critic Reviews

23 Reviews
7.57
Sean EngemannApr 06, 2017
LEGO City Undercover is an original, hilarious, and action-packed adventure that provides ample freedom and endless activities. It is apparent, however, that despite its revolutionary features back in 2013, the remastered version shows that many elements need retooling to be on par with current LEGO video games. It’s simple fun for one or two players, but the $60 price tag is a little steep to warrant a day one purchase. I’m rooting for its success, however, as I would love to see strong support that would get Warner Bros. and TT Games pondering a sequel.
Dean JamesApr 17, 2017
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. There may not be much reason for someone who played the game on Wii U to pick it up again, but those that missed out before will want to check out LEGO City Undercover this time around.
Samuel GuglielmoApr 26, 2017
At the end of Lego City Undercover, I was confused as to why more Lego games didn’t make use of the ideas presented here. The improved combat system was delightful, and making it super convenient to access powers and advance through levels was something I think more of the Lego games could use. There’s still a bit more ironing that needs to be done, but it’s strange that this five-year-old Lego game is more convenient and innovative than more recent releases. This is a chase that you want to go on.

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