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LEGO City Undercover Interview

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LEGO City Undercover – Launch Quotes Trailer

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LEGO City Undercover Requires an External Hard Drive to Download from the Nintendo eShop

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Looking to download LEGO City Undercover to your Wii U when it releases next week? Well, you might not be able to unless you have an external hard drive attached to your Wii U.

LEGO City Undercover’s official website has warned consumers that an external hard drive is indeed required to download the game from the Nintendo eShop. Reports are suggesting that the game will be a hefty 22GB, not uncommon for HD games.

It’s no secret that Nintendo foolishly skimped on internal storage for both SKUs – 8GB for the Basic and 32GB for the Deluxe – of its Wii U console. This is already becoming an issue just a few months after its launch, which is a bit weird considering how well Nintendo is operating its current online storefronts.

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Two New LEGO City Undercover TV Commercials

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LEGO City Undercover TV Commercial – March 2013

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LEGO City Undercover – February Trailer

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New LEGO City: Undercover Trailer – January 22

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LEGO City: Undercover TV Commercial

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LEGO City Undercover Screenshots

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September 13, 2012

LEGO City: Undercover is Impressive

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Let me get this out of the way first, I’m not a fan of the LEGO games. Mainly because I’ve found them to be, well, boring. LEGO City: Undercover looks wildly different, and for the first time ever, I think I’ll enjoy a LEGO game.

Lego City: Undercover works for me because of its sandbox type gameplay. There are mission based objectives, a huge map to explore, charming characters with great voice work, and over 100 vehicles waiting for you to jump in and explore the city. Plus you can use disguises, which give you new abilities, to solve puzzles and reach new parts of the city.

Wii U GamePad functionality will also be highlighted by allowing you to scan for clues and criminals, receive mission updates, and even place waypoints around the city. Consider me impressed TT Games.