Reviews and Problems with True Crime: Streets of L.A.
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True Crime: Streets of L.A.
Game Over Online
5 November 2015
Excerpt: Do you remember those Choose Your Own Adventure books when you were a kid? You know, unlike regular books with static plots, these were the ones that would place you in some odd situation and present you with two or more options to continue your story, all with different outcomes.
Conclusion: Wrap-Up: According to the game's publisher, Activision, True Crime is the most impressive game to date. The game does boast some of the most open areas available, but some issues with dated graphics and control issues make this game a value priced star only.
Excerpt: One of last year's more entertaining games on the consoles was undoubtedly True Crime: The Streets of LA The game combined driving, shooting, and fighting into a crazy Hollywood style action package that provided crazy amounts of excitement.
Excerpt: Have you ever felt that your intelligence was underestimated when you began playing a certain game? Although it may be a slight exaggeration, that’s not far from the feeling I got during the first few hours of True Crime: Streets of LA.
Excerpt: The GTA killer it wasn�t, but True Crime: Streets of Los Angeles was a decent game in its own right, on consoles. Can it make the leap to the hearts of PC gamers who want their action on their desks instead of couches?
Excerpt: Los Angeles. The "city of angels." Otherwise known as L.A. Arguably it is the most popular and talked about place on the U.S map. They got the big-time movie stars, the platinum music artists, the hottest nightclubs, the four-star restaurants, scads of fortune 500 companies, filthy rich tycoons, and...
Summary: It’s been about six months in the making but PC gamers are finally getting a taste of what console fans have been enjoying since late last year. Console-to-PC ports had been average at best in the past but recent titles such as have boded well for the console-challenged.