Summary: This game had it all sound, action, storyline, voiceing and most of all graphics. In this game you are a drug dealer who wants out of the buisness. The thing is that the cops are after you and is the gang. Your best friend Sean is a leader of the 22nd street D-Boys. The rest you'll have to find out. The only bad parts about this game is one: way too short I beat this game in less than 7 hours.
Conclusion: What a let down. My friend got it for Ps2, but I can't imagine it's that much different, the game itself wasn't terrible, but it did tend to get a little repetitive and boring. The real let down was how short it was. If you are a proficient gamer you can beat this in like 3-4 hours. It only has 7 levels. Waste of money especially since it's not really a replayable game. They had like 2 years and still didn't have a good product.
Summary: I found this game way,way too hard,even though I had it set on the "easy" menu option! The enemies constantly move around so quickly and randomly it's very difficult to hit them once,let alone with enough shots to take them down. Some also fire at you from distant areas that don't appear on your "enemy radar" so you have no idea where the fire is coming from. Others are equipped with weapons such as petrol bombs and rocket launchers that do a great deal of damage to you.
Summary: I have got this game before it has come out in the uk, the online is the best so far but the single player needs to be imroved A LOT! so it is ok but not worth buying you might aswell buy gta san andreas or socom 3 instead
Summary: Whilst the single-player portion of this game sounds fantastic where many dreams come true is truly in the online section. With support for up to 16 online-gamers the real potential of this game is unlocked with a Network Adaptor and a decent broadband connection. Whilst some American-do-gooder claims this game encourages violence against police officers (no-doubt along with gangs never existed before video-games saga), it couldn't be any further than from the truth.
Summary: THis game looks so good because it is basically 2 in 1 cos u get to play the game as both cop and robber. This means that u can play it once thru on one side and then do it again on the other. The story should look quite different depending on which side u take. All looks promising, hope it doesn't dissapoint.
Summary: 25 To Life is a third-person action adventure game that puts the player in a riot and crime ridden city. It lets you be the law as a cop rising through the ranks of the force. But if feeling the long arm of the law is more to your taste you can experience life as a crook. With car alarms and barking dogs adding to the realism of the city, which path will you choose.