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True Crime™: Streets of L.A. blends high-speed mission-based driving action, full impact martial arts fighting, and daring shootouts in a world that puts players in the role of a rogue cop in L.A. who must take down the mafia. The game's unique branching storyline offers more than 100 missions that are affected by the player's success or failure. More than 400 square miles of Los Angeles have been realistically recreated, and the game is the first to seamlessly blend car chases, shootouts, on-foot pursuits and Hong Kong cinema-esque martial arts into one immersive adventure.

True Crime: Streets of L.A. is being developed for Activision by Luxoflux and has not yet been rated by the ESRB. (PlayStation 2 computer entertainment system, the Xbox video game system from Microsoft and the Nintendo GameCube)
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