Let me preface this review by saying that Lego games are very hit and miss for me. I have truly enjoyed some of them; like Lego Batman 2 on Wii and Lego Pirates of the Carribean on the 3DS. Others, like the Lego Star Wars series or the Lego Indiana Jones series simply haven’t done it for me. It isn’t that I dislike the IP (what’s not to like?)
After my wonderful experiences with Lego Batman 2’s open world environment, I got really interested in Lego City Undercover (LCU). My son and I (he’s 6) also truly enjoyed playing TOGETHER; which made Lego Batman 2 a perfect game for us and we were hoping that we could recreate some of that magic with LCU – even though my son wasn’t particularly interested in the IP (he loves superheroes) of Chase McCain.
I would be lying if I told you we weren’t disappointed when we heard that the game was a single player experience. But, Wii U gaming has been a bit thin – so we grabbed it on release day anyway. Read more