Summary: This game is trashed because it seems to mimic Grand theft Auto, although more really it, for its time, was a new entrance for the new genre of the sandbox revolution. That being said, the game alone has its flaws; like how there is no way you can change the music when you drive. If you're a fan of hip-hop like me, you'll like the in-game music, but since there is no variety or an easy option to turn it off, the hits will slowly drive you insane.
Summary: LA? How come every schmo in this GTA ripoff has a N.Y. Brooklyn accent? I gave this game a chance, and found the sequel far superior. It wasnt even the controls or the graphics.It was the straight jacket missions,your forgettable Brandon Lee wannabe protagonist .The forgettable secondary characters,and the pathetic plot scripting. The worst open world game ever made in the GTA style.
Summary: In True Crime, you take on the role of a Los Angeles police officer, suspended indefinitely for unspecified infractions that have you classified as a "loose cannon" that no one else on the force wants to work with. But when the triads and the local Russian gangs start working together, you--and your tough, recklessness take on everyday police work--are the LAPD's only hope.