Lego City Undercover

Global Total as of 06th Dec 2014 (units): 1.14m
Platform: Nintendo 3DSAlso on: Wii U
Developer: TT Fusion Genre: Action

Total Units

North America: 0.47m 41.2%
+ Europe: 0.56m 49.1%
+ Rest of the World: 0.11m 9.7%
= Global 1.14m

Release History

TitlePublisherRegionDateDistribution
LEGO City Undercover: The Chase Begins NintendoNorth America21st April 2013Retail
LEGO City Undercover: The Chase Begins NintendoEurope26th April 2013Retail

Game Overview

Lego City Undercover is a game developed by TT Fusion and released exculisvely on the Wii U on March 18th, 2013. The game takes place in Lego City. The main goal of the player is to complete 15 chapters of adventure and dicoveries, all leading down to one objective: Arrest the most-wanted criminal ever in Lego City. Rex Fury. A prequel is available for this game, made exclusively for the Nintendo 3DS, Lego City Undercover: The Chase Begins.

The player will have over 100 vehicles at his/her disposal, once unlocked. These vehicles include helicopters, boats, police cars, ambulences, firetrucks, and over 50 normal, everyday vehicles. The player will also have the chance to unlock the "skins" of many of the characters in Lego City. It resembles a lot to GTA IV, but targeted for a younger audience. Once the story mode is fully completed, the player will be able to raom around freely in the world, with mini games that he/she can find around the city. 

http://gamewise.co/games/45806/LEGO-City-Undercover

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Comments

Gammalad (on 26 June 2014)
The Wii U version dominates this game in
every other way yet couldn't break
1M...that is messed up.
oniyide (on 15 June 2014)
how.the.hell
supernihilist (on 25 March 2014)
you gotta be kidding if you think this
game pushes the 3ds in any way. more
about bad devs.
anyway 1milion now. wow
orniletter (on 05 March 2014)
Surprisingly good sales.

It is pretty
cool that they were able to get an open
world game running on the 3DS....but
man, you can feel the hardware
struggling.
supernihilist (on 04 February 2014)
0.95M retail is a VERY good number
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