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As the 2nd millennium ends, the cities are over-ran with Apocalyptic violence. Is this down to urban frustrations, or a sinister cult controlling everybody? You are either cop D'Arcy Stern or former soldier Roper McIntyre, and have to find the answers, but more importantly put a stop to the carnage.

This involves a succession of action-packed non-linear missions. The environment incorporates shadows, rain, fog and a day/night cycle. Police cars, motorcycles and ambulances must be controlled during some missions. There are many ways to 'settle' the enemies - car chases, hand-to-hand combats and action movie-style shoot outs for example.


Urban Chaos PlayStation Level selection
Urban Chaos PlayStation Moving a car to the station.
Urban Chaos PlayStation The physical training course will teach you movement.
Urban Chaos PlayStation Main menu

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Urban Chaos Screenshot
Urban Chaos Screenshot
Urban Chaos Screenshot
Urban Chaos Screenshot


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Absolute Playstation Mar, 2000 83 out of 100 83
GameSpot UK Mar 31, 2000 82 out of 100 82 (UK) Apr 05, 2000 8 out of 10 80
Svenska PlayStation Magasinet May, 2000 8 out of 10 80 Mar 28, 2000 16 out of 20 80
Power Unlimited Dec, 1999 8 out of 10 80
Consoles Plus Apr, 2000 61 out of 100 61
Video Games Mar, 2000 59 out of 100 59
IGN May 03, 2000 4.5 out of 10 45
GameSpot Apr 24, 2000 2.9 out of 10 29


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Urban Chaos was originally conceived as a Double Dragon-style game, with the environment-as-weapon flourishes of a Jackie Chan movie, but at the last moment, it was pitched to Eidos as an open-world-combat-driving-everything game.

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Grant McLellan (622) added Urban Chaos (PlayStation) on Mar 29, 2001
Other platforms contributed by GTramp (64879), Sciere (631336), Grant McLellan (622) and SebastianLi (55)