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Chase H.Q.: Secret Police (Game Boy Color)

Chase H.Q.: Secret Police Game Boy Color Title Screen


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Pocket Magazine / Pockett Videogames
D’un point de vue technique, on ne note pas de grandes améliorations depuis la première version. Ceci dit, le niveau reste fort correct. Enfin, bien que ce jeu soit un mix heureux de Chase HQ et SCI, curieusement, on ne retrouve pas vraiment les sensations propres au jeu d’arcade.
Game Vortex
What do you end up with? You get a game that makes for a nice diversion and will cause you to put some wear and tear on your Game Boy Color - but then again, that's what it's there for, right?
One can't bury a game because the sound is average, and considering all of the other improvements, it's not necessary anyway. Chase H.Q.: Secret Police is fun to play, the strategy elements are engrossing, and the level design gives the game a sense of replay rarely seen in GBC racing titles. The game isn't perfect, but it holds up against modern releases such as Top Gear 2 and V-Rally 2000.
I was really looking forward to Chase H.Q. Secret Police, especially after blowing a few bucks in quarters on the arcade machines about 10 years ago. The Game Boy Color version is just flat-out dull, and I'll never play this game again after this review goes up on IGNpocket.
All Game Guide
Overall, I'd say this isn't a game worth the trouble. The original 1990 Game Boy version might even be better, but it would have to be radically different from this one to deserve a spot in your library. Fans looking to satisfy their car combat urges may want to consider the upcoming Carmageddon or Vigilante 8 instead.