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Reviewed: True Crime: Streets of LA
Producer: Activision
Required System: Xbox / Playstation 2
Overall Rating:
Author: Michael Ahlf       Date: November 18th, 2003
Page: 1

 

Ever since Grand Theft Auto 3 came out, audiences have been looking for a "GTA 3 Killer" game. For a while, it was thought that True Crime might be that game. It gives players the option to run around 240 square miles of LA, shoot stuff, run stuff over, commandeer cars, and be as good or bad a cop as they choose to be.

And it almost succeeds. Graphically, it does succeed. But there's unfortunately this little matter of gameplay, and in THAT it doesn't succeed at all.

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Added:  Tuesday, November 18, 2003
Reviewer:  Michael Ahlf
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Page: 1/3

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