LEGO City Undercover Scores High In First Review

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lego_city_undercover_rex_furyGame Informer has published its review of LEGO City Undercover, which releases later this month exclusively for Wii U. The publication awarded the open world video game with an 8.5 out of 10. The reviewer, Game Informer’s Jeff Cork, said the game is ‘one of the funniest games he’s played in a while,’ and that its replay value is ‘moderately high.’ Cork also said that while platforming in the game is a weak spot, the developer did a great job of incorporating the Wii U GamePad. Feel free to read an excerpt from the review below.

It isn’t perfect, but I can’t think of another Wii U game that I’d recommend more than Lego City Undercover. It’s the most interesting and highly polished game in TT Games’ large repertoire, and it fills an important game gap. Now kids (and their parents) can tool around in a big town where…

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Here’s The Box Art Of LEGO City Undercover: The Chase Begins

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lego_city_undercover_the_chase_begins_box_artHero Chase McCain and baddie Rex Fury share the spotlight on the box art of LEGO City Undercover: The Chase Begins. Although it is a prequel to Wii U-exclusive LEGO City Undercover, which arrives later this month, LEGO City Undercover: The Chase Begins launches next month, on April 21st, exclusively for the Nintendo 3DS. If you want to pre-order the Nintendo 3DS game from Amazon, click here.

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Mercury Steam Would Love To Make Metroid For Nintendo 3DS

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Enric Alvarez, the co-founder and owner of Mercury Steam, the developer of Castlevania: Lords of Shadow – Mirror of Fate, has told Game Reactor that he would personally love to make a Metroid title for the Nintendo 3DS. Alvarez said he has contemplated the idea many times, but said he couldn’t say anymore.

Of course we’ve thought of making Metroid 3DS… and that’s all I can say (laughs).

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Here’s The Latest Luigi’s Mansion 2 Trailer

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Nintendo UK has released a new trailer for Luigi’s Mansion 2 which is exclusive to the Nintendo 3DS. The trailer informs the viewer that it has been 10 years since the original Luigi’s Mansion launched on the Nintendo Gamecube. Luigi’s Mansion 2 is due for release March 24th in North America and March 28th in Europe and Australia.

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Zelda Oracle of Ages, Oracle of Seasons Coming To The West On eShop

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Zelda series producer Eiji Anouma has revealed via the Zelda Miiverse community that The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons and The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Ages will be coming to the West. The games are already confirmed for Japan and will arrive individually on the Virtual Console February 27th, priced ¥600 each, and then in a combined pack next month at ¥1000.

“The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons/Oracle of Ages will be released for Virtual Console on Nintendo 3DS in Japan, but it’ll be a little while longer till the’re out in other territories. We”d like to ask for your patience until they’re ready for release. Thank you!”

Thanks, Mike S

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BG036 | Black Soul

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The first release of 2013! This 5 track, 45rpm 7″ clear w/black-splatter vinyl EP includes a 7 track digital download. Get more info here. Purchase 7″ here.

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Rare Responds To Fan’s Request Of A Banjo-Kazooie Remake For Nintendo 3DS

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Banjo_KazooieA fan of Nintendo 64 title Banjo-Kazooie asked its developer, Rare, via Twitter, whether there is a possibility for a Nintendo 3DS remake of the game. Rather than replying with a definitive answer, and although it’s not very likely, Rare told the fan that anything’s possible. I, for one, would love to see a remake of Banjo-Kazooie, as it is one of my all-time favorite 3D platformers and Nintendo 64 games.

This is probably an annoying question to you. Is there any possibility of a Banjo remake in 3DS? Like they did to Ocarina of Time.

Rare: Anything’s possible, even if it’s not very likely 🙂

Thanks, Komaru.

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