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Pursuit Force: Extreme Justice
7 June 2012
Excerpt: Who didn’t dream as a young kid to be a supercop? Just deal with the criminals the hard way and ignore all rules, since rules are meant to be broken. Sadly reality is different, but luckily we still have games like Pursuit Force on the PSP.
Summary: Nothing makes gaming more dull than a sudden outbreak of peace and quiet, but that’s exactly the disease that’s inflicted the streets of Capital City after the Pursuit Force cleaned up the streets.
Excerpt: Sequels have a tendency to let us down. I mean that "us" in the broadest possible sense, as in the whole of mankind and womankind. Sequels just generally just don't have the same juice as the original. T2 and Aliens being notable exceptions...
Excerpt: Less than two years following the release of the original Pursuit Force on the PSP its sequel finally arrives. Developed by Bigbig Studios, it is clear from the get-go Pursuit Force: Extreme Justice was made with the Sony’s portable console in mind, even though it is set to arrive on the PS2...
Excerpt: Is it me or is the PSP getting a whole lot more interesting now, some two years after it was originally released by Sony? I have to admit to not being a massive fan of the handheld in its early days. I felt the quality of its games, which for me is the most important thing, was substandard.
Summary: Pursuit Force: Extreme Justice will have players taking the role of a commander who is the highest ranking operational officer as well as four new playable characters, all of whom are responsible for tracking down and bringing to justice five hardcore street gangs in and around Capital City.
Excerpt: Pursuit Force: Extreme Justice brings car chases and straight up police action to the PSP. The gameplay consists of the player going on missions in order to mete out justice to bad guys of different gangs.
Excerpt: Pursuit Force: Extreme Justice is really a game of highs and lows. There are a ton of great things to love about this game, and in almost all cases, those great things are equally met by things to hate.
Excerpt: There's something a little bit depressing about calling a game that has you frequently leaping from moving cars and shooting comically absurd bad guys in the face in slow motion a ?formula exercise,? but that's exactly what Pursuit Force: Extreme Justice is.