The voice acting is superb across the board, while the funky cop show music is right on the money. It's just too bad that the same 5-10 seconds of music is looped continually during some sequences.
Shiny LEGO blocks, exuberant, quirky characters and a decent draw distance, albeit with the occasional bit of pop-in here and there. LEGO City Undercover looks very lovely indeed.
It's a LEGO game, so it plays like a LEGO game. Smashing stuff, collecting bricks for builds, hoovering up studs to unlock stuff, fighting off criminals... You know the score. It's good fun.
Not only is LEGO City Undercover bleedin' huge, it's also lovingly put together, not a brick out of place, like a colossal LEGO set. It seems that some freezing and crashing bugs in the game have recently been patched out too, so that's something. You can also play in split-screen co-op, by the way.
The usual LEGO fare, most of the achievement list attached to completing the story, collecting all of the many, many, many, many collectibles, and performing a smattering of more creative tasks. We'd have liked more of the latter.