True Crime: Streets Of L.A. User Reviews
True Crime: Streets of LA is a great game to play when you first buy it but when you beat it it has not so much of a replay value left in it besides trying to collect all of the Dogg bones which I will go into more later. This game like every other has it's ups and downs to it, but this game has more ups to it which is a great thing. Nick Kang who is the main character gets repetitive with his words and it gets boring. The story sees Nick Kang trying to find out who killed his father and it is a great story which just makes you think a lot about the story.
Some missions will require you to u...
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 Dr...
True Crime : Streets of LA is a GTA3 style game, but instead of playing the criminal, you play the cop. Come on, stop booing. The cop you play, Nick Kang, is a typical bad-cop type. He bashes, shoots, runs down, frisks, uses human sheilds, and causes millions of dollars of material damage to LA.
You are not in the LAPD though, your badge has been suspended. Instead, you are in the EOD, or Elite Ops Division.
TC is very much like GTA in the sense that you can "borrow" other people's cars and roam around the city, armed and dangerous at your own will, wreaking havoc and destruction ...
Cool guns to choose from.
Nice variety of cars on the streets.
Ability to play as Snoop Dogg.
The city is very detailed and huge.
Missions are fun.
Ability to arrest people.
The game is somewhat short.
The game music isnt good.
This is a pretty fun game but too bad that only it last for about a week because the game isnt that long. The missions are very fun and there is a good vairety so you dont do like the same thing over and over again. Most of the missions are meduim level on hardness but there are some that are pretty hard and can get very frustrating and seem almost impossible to pass. There is a good choice of weapons from bats, knives, shot guns, machine guns, and other cool weapons. There is also a pretty big variety of cars so you dont just see the same cars over and over again. You have a nice choice be...
- The city of L. A.
- The details
- The soundtrack
- The bullet time jumps
- A nice story
- Too short
- The cars are hard to control
- When you're playing, what you see the most is the loading screen
- Too easy on some mission, too hard on anothers
True crime. Think twice before buying. If you are a expert player, you'll beat the game in two days, but if you're not so a expert player, it can be hard sometimes. I'll say that if you want a game of this type, you should try GTA: vice city.
Extras: The game has some extras, like unlocking cars, guns and combat combos. And if you collect 20 or 30 dog bones, you'll unlock Snoop Dogg as a character. But in the giant city of LA, who'll find all the bones?
It's a cool game, but not THAT cool..
high detailed fings (streets people etc.)
FREEEEEEEEEEEEDOOOOOOOOM to roam
OLD MEN HAVE WEAPONS AND DRUGS BADASS GRANDPA'S
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it is a game called true crime streets of la and it is quite good and OLD MEN HAVE WEAPONS AND DRUGS WOOO HOOOO the graphical qaulities of the game are rated excedingly detailed by me and my fellow companions GAHOY GLAVIN-MAVIN *SNORT* I HAVENT HELPED ANYBODY BY TYPING THIS REVIEW i was bored