Learn how to take down criminals the Nick Kang way
with the new Elite Operations Division training videos.
If you're in L.A. and part of a Chinese or Russian crime syndicate, then later this year you better start looking over your shoulder as Nick Kang is here to take you down. After having been thrown off the police squad for repeated use of excessive force, Nick is back on the streets as an operative for the newly formed E.O.D. at the personal request of the Chief, and it is up to him to clean up the streets of L.A. for good. True Crime: Streets of L.A. will hit the streets later this year and is coming to a PS2, Gamecube or Xbox near you.
To get a feel for the particular type of brutal justice that Nick Kang metes out, Activision have just released two training videos which show how operatives in the Elite Operations Division neutralise lawbreaking scum. Each video shows with bone-shattering detail how to eliminate the threat from would-be assailants - whether it be disarming them or taking them down plain & simple. Whatever method you chose, you can be sure that they won't be coming near you again in a hurry!
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|Taking its cue from martial-arts action adventure films, True Crime: Streets of L.A. is the first game to seamlessly combine car chases, martial arts, shoot-outs and on-foot pursuits into one vast sprawling adventure. In the role of Nick, players are armed with twin Berettas and crippling martial arts knowledge, patrolling the streets in your custom-made, police-tuned car handing out your own flavour of law & order. Whether you're in car or on foot, with over 100 missions as well as free roaming random missions, with several endings & near-limitless replayability stretched across the 250 square miles of the L.A. basin, True Crime: Streets of L.A. is set to be a huge game. As Nick, who is a misunderstood, no-holds barred badass cop, throughout the game your missions will include tracking down evasive informants, searching for clues that could make or break the case and of course taking down the bad guys whether it be by hand or handgun. |
True Crime: Streets of L.A. combines all the exciting gaming elements of driving, shooting and fighting. and it will be available for all next gen consoles (PS2, Gamecube & Xbox). It is set for release later this year.