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Kids become heroes inside playable 'Lego City'

9:19 AM, Mar. 28, 2013
Players help policeman Chase McCain navigate tightropes, zipwires, rooftops and sides of buildings in Nintendo's 'Lego City Undercover,' an inventive adventure game that turns Lego toy building sets into a playable world. (Gannett/File)
Players help policeman Chase McCain navigate tightropes, zipwires, rooftops and sides of buildings in Nintendo's 'Lego City Undercover,' an inventive adventure game that turns Lego toy building sets into a playable world. (Gannett/File)
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Lego-loving children have a new way to pursue their passion: as an undercover cop in a delightful city made completely of Lego blocks. In "Lego City Undercover" kids don disguises to catch baddies while exploring a colorful, massive city made from their favorite toy construction sets.

Not only do you play as hero Chase McCain in this charming world filled with Lego characters (blocky bodies with claw hands and tons of swagger), but you also get to drive more than 100 Lego vehicles. And this undercover cop adventure is filled with hilarious cheeky humor -- a trademark of all Lego video games.

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