LEGO City Undercover: The Chase Begins

This March marked the first major release for the Wii U since launch, as "LEGO City Undercover" was unleashed unto the masses. The game was very well done, and featured expansive, open-world gameplay, as well as some thoroughly entertaining writing. As if to serve as a companion piece to that expertly crafted game, the same developer/publisher team of TT Fusion and Nintendo have come together again to offer up a prequel to "LEGO City Undercover," with "The Chase Begins" on the Nintendo 3DS.
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Miguel Concepcion

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The only thing more surprising to yesterday's "Link to the Past" "sequel" announcement was the opportunity to get hands-on time with the game in the same day. That's what Nintendo offered at a post-Nintendo Direct media event in San Francisco. Along with this "Legend of Zelda", we got hands-on time with a number of other upcoming 3DS games:
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LEGO City Undercover

"LEGO City Undercover" is on track to be the biggest game that TT Games has ever released as part of the LEGO franchise. "Undercover" will be the first game to break the pattern of licensed games which already extend to almost every corner of nerdom - from "Star Wars" to Batman to "Lord of the Rings." This time around, TT Games are creating two entirely new games, one for the Wii U and one for the 3DS, that are inspired by the LEGO City brand. The games will both center on police officer Chase McCain as he does whatever it takes to clean up the streets of LEGO City. To celebrate the upcoming launch of both games, we had a chance to sit down with TT Games' Executive Producer, Loz Doyle, who took us through some of the exciting changes that fans can expect when they step into the first open world LEGO game later this month.
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