Crime Patrol Reviews (3DO)
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Video Games & Computer Entertainment (Mar, 1995)
Crime Patrol is an excellent shooter! You may remember other American Laser Games like Mad Dog McCree, Who Shot Johnny Rock? and Space Pirates. Crime Patrol is the best yet! The live action looks cool and the sound effects and music underscore the suspense. Shoot gang members, armed robbers, ski-masked villains, drug dealers, mob bosses and car thieves. Start at Rookie level, then work your way up through Undercover, Detective, SWAT team and Delta Force. The situations get tougher as you go. Watch out for innocent victims - shooting them ends the game. It's like playing COPS Interactive!
FLUX (Oct, 1994)
Overall, Crime Patrol is a quality translation of the arcade original, and only further enhances the value of the 3DO.
GamePro (US) (Apr, 1995)
If you like Lethal Enforcers or Mad Dog McCree, you'll be on the lookout for Crime Patrol. It's just a crime that nothing different was put into this game.
Game Zero (Mar, 1996)
Hey, this game is hillarious.... I mean really, really funny. It's the cinemas in this game that make it fun to play, and keep you coming back for more. Personally I would have to say this is my favorite ALG game for the 3DO hands down. Accuracy isn't all that bad with the gun, and I actually was able to keep a reasonable progression through the game (unlike some of the other titles like this). Graphics were pretty good, the full-screen, full-motion video is decent and pretty clean. Jumps from segment to segment flow well, and the overall production, while cheesy, is good. I'd have to say that if you're going to get a gun game, this one would have to be the one to get.
Video Games (Mar, 1995)
So ähnlich muß wohl ein Lehrgang für Schießwütige auf der Police Academy aussehen. Man nehme ein Joypad, Maus oder besser eine 3DO-Game Gun und schieße auf Digi-Schießbudenfiguren auf einem interaktiven Bildschirm.