True Crime: Streets Of L.A. Pro Reviews
Average Review Score: /10
True Crime: Streets Of L.A. Reviews16
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|Gaming Headlines||4/10||Apr 26 '04|
|EuroGamer||7/10||Nov 11 '03|
|GamePro||3.5/5||Nov 04 '03|
|GamesDomain||4.5/5||Nov 04 '03|
|HomeLan Fed||75%||Nov 10 '03|
|Maxim Online||5/5||Nov 06 '03|
|Next Level Gaming||92/100||Nov 03 '03|
|PSXNation||8/10||Nov 07 '03|
|Total Videogames||9/10||Nov 09 '03|
|UGO.com||A-||Nov 05 '03|
|FiringSquad||80%||Dec 01 '03|
|Game Over||81%||Nov 05 '03|
|Game Revolution||B||Nov 21 '03|
|GameSpot||7.2/10||Nov 04 '03|
|Gamespy||4/5||Nov 14 '03|
|IGN PS2||9.0/10||Oct 31 '03|
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True Crime: Streets Of L.A. Previews
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|Thunderbolt||Feb 13 '03|
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"Despite gameplay bordering on being shallow, True Crime is still very worthwhile of your time because of the experience of brings. Its a Hollywood cop movie where youre in the drivers seat, and it has the acting to back you up. Besides, where else can you fight crime as Snoop Dogg?"
"True Crime does a lot of things that distinguishes it from being another run n gun city title or GTA-clone. The Karma system, the skill training mode and the branching storylines offered promise for what couldve established the new standard for action titles. Unfortunately, graphical glitches, fighting issues and a breakdown with the plotline feature tarnish the game from truly being stellar."
"GTA guys take a break this year, Activision figured they would fill the void with True Crime. And in some ways, they do a darn good job, thanks to a huge, believable version of L.A. and a lot of things to do. But doing a lot of things doesnt mean theyre all done well."
"True Crime makes decent attempts at different styles of gameplay, but none of them are particularly well done, and the game's storyline doesn't tie them together in a satisfying way."
"It doesn't, nor should it, replace Grand Theft Auto by any means. True Crime has enough good to counter the bad and stand on its own."