The delightful new Wii U game Lego City Undercover has a bunch of Nintendo Easter eggs. I found a few of them during the 22 hours and counting that I've played the game. The one in the video here is my current favorite.
It's an excellent, brand-new year-one Wii U game.
With the latest trailer for LEGO City Undercover my desire for an open world brick-based game for my Wii U reaches dangerous new heights. At the risk of sounding vain, I'm pretty sure TT Fusion has crafted this game for the sole purpose of seducing me.
As with just about every other major console that has ever launched, promises and plans for the Wii U's first few months are thinning into the reality of a system plagued with a lack of early releases.
Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon comes to the 3DS on March 24, one highlight among several release dates Nintendo announced for its spring lineup this morning.
Untethered to any movies, comics or TV shows, the Wii U's Lego City Undercover will be -gasp- an entirely original Lego game from Traveller's Tales and Nintendo. We saw it at E3 and today we've got a new look at it. Pretty nice, huh? It's slated for an early 2013 release, though it's unclear if that means it will…
It's never too early for preorder bonuses! At today's Nintendo event it was announced that folks that put their money down on the Wii U's LEGO-powered launch game will secure an exclusive minifig, which is all LEGO fans really need to know.
You can run around a very blocky open world in Lego City Undercover, an upcoming Wii U game with some cool new features. Don't expect any blood or prostitutes here, but City Undercover really does feel a lot like a brickified Grand Theft Auto: you walk and drive around an open city, following missions and…