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Pour conclure, True Crime est un excellent jeu, offrant beaucoup de possibilité et qui devrait ravir le plus grand nombre d'entre vous.
Mêlant des scènes de combat, de conduite ou de tir, vous aurez de quoi faire avant de vous lasser... la durée de vie du jeu est énorme et vous vous ferez plaisir à parcourir tout L.A.! LE jeu du moment avec Doom 3, à une condition pour ces deux mêmes : avoir la configuration nécessaire ! (même si True Crime est largement moins gourmand)
Despite a control system that can be annoying at times and a not entirely successful freeform approach, the main plotline in True Crime is strong enough to keep you going through the game and the ability to shoot, kick and drive around Los Angeles like a lunatic is a lot of fun.
It’s no Grand Theft Auto, but if you like third-person shooters and are looking for a game that lets you explore your thug side, True Crime: Streets of LA might fit the bill.
Inside Mac Games (IMG)
True Crime: Streets of L.A., recently ported by Aspyr, has a lot to live up to. Never mind that it came to the Mac (and the PC) later than the consoles; this game boasts a lot of "me too" features that require it to distinguish itself from those games to which it is invariably compared. True Crime offers a huge, open map, varied game play, and the means by which to choose your fate. How does it stack up to some legendary games into whose company True Crime has thrust itself? Read on.
Now, am I panning True Crime: Streets of L.A. because of the frustration that stemmed from our inability to get the game running? No. That'd be too easy. Unfortunately, I'm panning the game because it's just not any good. It's clichéd and it's tired, and it puts attitude over style. It looks good, but who cares about that anymore? All games requiring an 867Mhz G4 or higher look good. As we learned recently from DOOM 3
, looking good is no longer enough.