Summary: This game was actually pretty good. Visuals and sound/music are great, and the game has a variety of different ways to play it. You can do story mode and play it like an adventure/action game, or you can play it as a racing game in one of the time trial or race modes also available.
Summary: My 13 yrs old son loves it. I have to literally go in his room, take it and turn it off or he will play with it all night. I've also been guilty of being glued to the game for at least an hour each time :)
Summary: If you were frustrated into giving up by the first one, you should give the second one a chance! Improvements in this one: faster load times mission checkpoints for each objective difficulty slider multiple characters better hand-to-hand combat better on-foot mechanics better story more gameplay...
Pros: customizable difficulty good voice acting great graphics excellent gameplay lengthy high production values
A fun feel for the psp. The question is could it have been better?
Jonathan E Spence, Amazon
11 February 2009
Summary: Pursuit Force is a very addictive game with a level of quality rarely seen on the psp. There is no exact first mission, in fact you can pick what gang you want to face first although you eventually have to defeat all the aquired missions to go on to others but nonetheless it doesn't halt the action...
Summary: I actually bought this game used at Game Stop for $10 or $15 bucks. I'm glad I picked it up. Pursuit Force is a fun and action-packed police game that really gets your attention. In Career mode you work your way up the hierarchy from an officer to a sergent to a captain.