Excerpt: The streets of Capital City are being overrun by five notorious gangs: the sultry Vixens, the elite mercenary Warlords, the Capelli crime family, the Asian syndicate Killer 66, and a gang of escaped Convicts.
Excerpt: More like this please! Pursuit Force is a glass of cold water in the face of mediocre racing and mission-based car games, and I love it. Imagine if Burnout and Dead to Rights met at a party, got sloppy, and somehow ended up in bed with Spy Hunter , and you can start to imagine how this thing plays.
Conclusion: Though this title is very enjoyable, there are a few instances where BigBig could of taken a little bit more time to perfect this title. The game sports rather impressive graphics, but fall shorts within the frame rate department. Though not that serious, it can at times be a pain in your side.
Excerpt: Following in the tyre treads of 2005's award winning Pursuit Force comes Extreme Justice. Like its predecessor, gameplay will be familiar to any oldies that recollect last century's Chase HQ in the arcades.
Excerpt: Developer – BigBig Studios Publisher - Sony Computer Entertainment Features - 1 Player Memory stick duo 320 kb Teen mild suggestive language Although I have not used my PSP very often lately I do admit that I have watched a few movies in bed and or at work from time to time.
Excerpt: I warmed towards Pursuit Force right from the start, its concept seeming almost custom-designed to sate my current gaming needs. It serves up short and satisfying bursts of intense gaming in which the thrill of the chase perfectly reflects my feverish need to wrench every last ounce of videogame...
Excerpt: While the PSP is mainly known for its staggering amount of re-makes and
ports, once in a while a good, original title shows up on Sony's
portable powerhouse. Originally released in Europe as a launch title
from Bigbig Studios (made up of ex-Codemasters programmers), Pursuit
Force is one such game.