Reviews and Problems with True Crime: Streets of L.A.
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true crime review
16 March 2004
Summary: I have given true crime 4 stars beacuse you can complete many exiting missions full of driving shooting and fighting action. on some mission you can do what you want around the city of La. If you're into driving,shooting and fighting games this is one to get.
Summary: I rented the game with high expectation (maybe a bit too high), but i was generally unimpressed with the game. Lets start with the good bits: the graphics are very good and consistent, textures and frame rate are very good. Now the bad.... the story (although open ended) seems short and too linier... the poenen ended gameplay feels more like just a reason to make the game last more than a night. i'm not the best gamer in the world...
Summary: Ok i first heard about this game ages ago and the hype surrounding it was great, a gta beater, it must be good! Then the hype died down and I heard nothing about it until it was released, i thought i'd give it a whirl so i recently bought it, but what a let-down this was. Basically the game follows a story where you are Nick Kang who is part of the EOD and you have to fight the russians and triads, the story line is linear and you have to do the missions in a set order...
Summary: I recently bought this game and was at first very pleased. The option to drive fight and shoot,the shooting aspect is very much like dead to right which can make the shoot-outs lifeless,The driving is not at all realistic and dull,however this does make speeding and navigating around the city(which is huge)a tad easier but not enough to reeem itself.Then fight system looked promising and initially was entertaining but soon fizzled and and became all to the same as those...