Reviews and Problems with True Crime: Streets of LA
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david mumford, amazon.co.uk
27 March 2014
Summary: I used to have a gamecube with tons of games, including true crime: streets of L.A. but I sold them all. I have a wii and have recently started feeling nostalgic so have began buying all the games I used to own again (well the good ones anyway). Fun game, it's like GTA.
Inspector Gadget "Go Go Gadget Reviews", amazon.co.uk
6 March 2013
Summary: True Crime owes a lot, if not everything, to the Grand Theft Auto series. Indeed it is very difficult these days to have a free-roaming action game and not compare it to GTA but True Crime is so alarmingly similar that I'm surprised Rockstar didn't try to sue. The story of True Crime is right out of a direct-to-video action film of the late 80s.
Summary: Alright, let's get one thing straight. Yes, the storyline is stupid, and yes there are far more realistic skillful games out there - but frankly if you just want to crash cars into pedestrians and cause general chaos in a massive city, then this is the game for you. Mostly I just ignore the actual missions, the standard of gameplay in them isn't really worth my time, but just messing about in the streets is so much fun on it's own that you won't really worry about that.
Summary: I really think that true crime is a very overrated game. It relies to much on guns and gore and forgets the most important thing in a game-the gameplay! It does have some good points though. Firslty the moves you can perform are often fun. Also, in places the storyline is good as well. But, with all the hype it has got, like people calling it the next GTA, it has not delivered. If something wants to be the next brilliant gangster game, it has to be better than this.
Summary: One of the latest games I have brought has become the best ever! This gameis full of death-defying stunts, cool perps, no nerds just modernatelanguage and murderous crime from start to finish! It's all: 'give meyour gun, give me your knife, give me your car and show me what you'vegot!' The main character is tough, bad and cool as a bullet; he's NickKang Wilson.
Summary: absolute brilliance. The realistic L.A. environment includes all the real road, streets and even some of the same houses. This game is easy to complete but even playing it over and over you never get bored. If you don't have this game then go and get it now!!!
Summary: This game was I have to admit stunning. The nice touches from every inch of the car, to every inch of the hooker if you know what I'm saying! The great aspects of this game I thought were when you were in the middle of a mission you could solve crimes on the way. You could stop a street fight or stop an armed robbery all are amazing.
Summary: This game is one of those games that once you get you dont want to put down the controller. its so simple that a monkey could come to grips with it. you play as a man who decides to take L.A' s crime into his own hands drive, shoot, and arrest baddies. BUY IT!!!!!!!
Summary: True Crime had very high expectations set for it. It had to deliver, but many critics were saying it would be a huge letdown, and that it was looking ropey with only a few months to go before release. They were wrong. True Crime is incredible, and just roaming about 240 square miles of real LA is enough to content most people, just planning a route from Hollywood to Bel Air. it really is amazing, and only the branding is missing.