THE GOOD: Storyline is amazing, diffrent paths, freaking awesome soundtrack, driving shooting and fighting upgrades rule, SNOOP!
THE BAD: Glitchy, easy, and somewhat sort.
SUMMARY: Big, Bad Los Angles. Seems the Triad is making a mess of things again, and only a suspended, loose-cannon cop has the balls to take them on. But past the point of no return, this case holds more than Nick Kang thought it initally would.
True Crime: Streets of LA puts you in the shoes of Nick Kang, an E.O.D. detective. Alot of people think this game is a GTA rip-off, but that is not so. You play a cop, giving you the ability to arrest people and do right. Let me explain the game a bit more. It's split up into four parts: Driving mission, shooting mission, fighting mission, and Crusing.
In a Driving Mission, you are behind the wheel in whatever car you are driving. The mission can be anything from tailing a suspect, chasing down an enemy vehicle, racing to a destination, and more. The driving controls are simply a...
THE GOOD: Graphics, gameplay, originality (somewhat) controls, music is freakin awesome!!!
THE BAD: When you pull out your guns at times you automatically fire a shot...can't destroy houses, a few glitches.
SUMMARY: Ok most people thought when they heard about this game that it just couldn' cut it. With games like GTA out there most thought is was just another idiotic clone gone bad. Tell you what...it's not!!
The music in this game is perfect. How do you set the mood in LA when taking down the bad guys and such? Easy..Rap! We're talking good ol gangsta rap including Snoop.
The car controls are pretty tight and while wider roads would have ben nice...that wouldn't have been LA right?Whiping around corners is nice but the car AI in other cars just sucks. I've lost count of how many times I've been run over while trying to take down a perp. They sit there and watch you fight then suddenly run you over just when your about done.
Being able to take over a car at will is nice but watch out..ce...