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True Crime: New York City is an action game for the Xbox and was released in 2005 and is the sequel to True Crime: Streets of LA.
You play as ex gangster turned police officer Marcus Reed, after your mentor Terry Higgins
is killed in an explosion and you have to try to hunt down his killer you can do it either as a good cop or by a bad cop using and abusing your authority.
There is plenty of mini missions in the game as well for you to play, as in the previous game the missions are pretty open ended and you can go pretty much where you want to in order to complete your mission most of it is free roaming with plenty of buildings and even subways to explore.
There is a variety of weapons to choose from and you can pretty much use anything you want to as a weapon if you wish.
The controls are fairly easy to use and learn. The graphics are pretty decent and fairly good with a decent soundtrack with plenty of good songs.
The game is not really that hard to complete at all but makes up for it with a decent plot and being fairly long.
Value for Money -
A fun game to play which is well written and although not hard and has no multiplayer is worth playing as the plot is pretty good and there is plenty for you to do and lots of missions and mini missions to play.
My rating 8 out of 10
New Crime. New City. Developed by Activison-owned Luxoflux, True Crime: New York City will follow another policeman through the meticulously re-created streets of a real-life metropolitan area. However, instead of the wisecracking LAPD detective Nick Kang, gamers will now play as Marcus Reed, a former gang member turned NYPD officer. Though few details about TC:NYC have been revealed, it will presumably have a similar moral-ambiguity system where Marcus can be either a good or a (very) bad cop.