Aspyr Announces True Crime: Streets of L.A.
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Aspyr Media today announced it will be publishing the Macintosh version of True Crime: Streets of L.A.. The title is being licensed from Activision and the Mac port is being done by Trihedron, a company founded by Nate Trost of Contraband Entertainment fame.
True Crime: Streets of L.A. combines the deepest fighting, shooting and driving elements ever seen in one game. Take on the role of Nick Kang, a no-holds-barred undercover operative fighting to bring down the crime syndicates of L.A. in driving missions, gunfights and martial arts showdowns across hundreds of square miles of the city.
Here's more from the press release:
A vicious crime wave forces players to drive, fight and shoot their way through 240 square miles of Los Angeles. Cruise the city taking down or harassing the scum of the streets. With stealth techniques, vicious martial arts moves and impressive new weapons, bust drug dealers and prostitutes, shakedown informants and confront gang members to get the job done.True Crime: Streets of L.A. is scheduled to be released in November. For more information on the game, head over to Aspyr's official web site.
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