E3 2012: Lego City Undercover for Wii U

Posted By | On 05th, Jun. 2012

One of the highlights of Nintendo’s dismal E3 press conference was Lego City Undercover, which looks pretty neat, to be honest. A mixture of Grand Theft Auto and Lego games, the game features some heavy Wii U controller integration, along with a focus on ‘going undercover.’

The sad thing is, this was one of the highlights of Nintendo’s E3 press conference. How they managed to botch up a showing for a new console this bad is beyond me, but this was as bad as Sony E3 2006.

In any case, that’s me ranting. Check out the Lego City Undercover trailer below yourself and tell us what you think. No 3DS version confirmed yet, even though Nintendo did announce it last year for the 3DS as well.

 


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