True Crime: Streets of LA
Developer: LTI Gray Matter
Release Date: November 4, 2003
Game Size: 554 MB
System Requirements: Intel Pentium IV @ 1 Ghz Processor, Windows 98/ME/XP/Vista/7/8, 512 MB of RAM, 32MB DirectX compatible Video Card with Full T&L, 3.1 GB Free Hard Disk Space, DirectX compatible Sound Card
Experience the hard-boiled life of a Los Angeles city cop, and choose to either uphold the law or take it into your own hands. True Crime: Streets of LA puts players in the role of LA cop Nick Kang on missions to take down major crime syndicates. True Crime recreates a 420 mile area of bustling Los Angeles California cityscape, where players will be able to freely roam, or take on missions that span from trendy Santa Monica to the gritty streets of Hollywood. City activity is similar to Rockstar’s popular Grand Theft Auto series, allowing for “police acquisition” of civilian vehicles. True Crime also features deep “bullet-time” shootouts, and martial arts battles. The player assumes the role of Nick Kang, a young Chinese-American detective and the living bane of every police chief, because of his highly unorthodox and destructive means of catching criminals. When the game begins, Kang returns to Los Angeles after being suspended for going after a suspect and disobeying a direct order from his superiors.
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