Author Topic: True Crimes:Streets of La to be better then GTA?!?  (Read 752 times)

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Re: True Crimes:Streets of La to be better then GT
« Reply #15 on: September 25, 2002, 08:19:55 PM »
And it aint XBOX tryna bite cuz this game  True Crime: "Streets Of L.A" is also gonna be on PS2. Only thing is that tha Xbox is tha only system that supports tha Customizing your own Soundtrack thing. That means you can upload your own music onto tha game and drive around listening to your own shit. Smoke somebody and drive away bumpin Eazy E's "Boyz N Da Hood".


Good points about this game is that you can wonder around just like on Grand Theft Auto, but you're a cop so tha longer you just fuck around, tha more Crime rates get out of hand. You're mission is to stop tha Russian and Asian Mob.

You can shoot people from your car. It Cover's 400 Square Miles of L.A... and tha craziest part of all is that you can go to like a real Gasoline station in L.A and get a city map... and if you use the real life map, it will get you through tha game! That's some crazy shit... like everything is where it's supposed to be...



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Re: True Crimes:Streets of La to be better then GT
« Reply #16 on: September 26, 2002, 03:23:27 PM »
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And it aint XBOX tryna bite cuz this game  True Crime: "Streets Of L.A" is also gonna be on PS2. Only thing is that tha Xbox is tha only system that supports tha Customizing your own Soundtrack thing. That means you can upload your own music onto tha game and drive around listening to your own shit. Smoke somebody and drive away bumpin Eazy E's "Boyz N Da Hood".


Good points about this game is that you can wonder around just like on Grand Theft Auto, but you're a cop so tha longer you just fuck around, tha more Crime rates get out of hand. You're mission is to stop tha Russian and Asian Mob.

You can shoot people from your car. It Cover's 400 Square Miles of L.A... and tha craziest part of all is that you can go to like a real Gasoline station in L.A and get a city map... and if you use the real life map, it will get you through tha game! That's some crazy shit... like everything is where it's supposed to be...






Even if it's multi-platform, it still snatches GTA's concept & idea.
Sounds dope though, even if being a cop all the time sounds boring in the lenght.
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Re: True Crimes:Streets of La to be better then GT
« Reply #17 on: September 26, 2002, 05:08:16 PM »
sounds like an alrite game
gonna wait for screenshots before i make more off a judgement - but i doubt ill waste my money on it - im saving for the lord of the rings games.
ain't gonna be better then GTA that fo' sure

being a cop sounds a bit stupid too.
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Re: True Crimes:Streets of La to be better then GT
« Reply #18 on: September 27, 2002, 05:59:11 AM »
THis game sounds great,

Althouhg the PS2 fans will never no matter what give it the credit it deserves,

Us Gamecube and Xbox owners will be damn happy with it though  ;D
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Re: True Crimes:Streets of La to be better then GT
« Reply #19 on: September 27, 2002, 09:38:40 AM »
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THis game sounds great,

Althouhg the PS2 fans will never no matter what give it the credit it deserves,

Us Gamecube and Xbox owners will be damn happy with it though  ;D


You sound like a X-Box dickrider.

1: The game will be on PS2 too, FOO!!
2: Why give the game credit for stealing Gta's concept?
3: Why give the game credit when they just started working on it, FOO?
4: X-Box owners will be happy with it?
Because they don't have the OG Gta?
5: PS2 owners will give it credit if it's a good game, otherwise not.

Damn, these X-Box owners hating on PS2.
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Re: True Crimes:Streets of La to be better then GT
« Reply #20 on: September 27, 2002, 11:45:53 AM »
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You sound like a X-Box dickrider.

1: The game will be on PS2 too, FOO!!
2: Why give the game credit for stealing Gta's concept?
3: Why give the game credit when they just started working on it, FOO?
4: X-Box owners will be happy with it?
Because they don't have the OG Gta?
5: PS2 owners will give it credit if it's a good game, otherwise not.

Damn, these X-Box owners hating on PS2.


1. yes it is but with not as much features and not as good graphics
2. its not stealing the concept fool, its just adding on to that style of a game, someone already said this if u read all the msgs
3- It sounds good, were sayin its gonna be a good game, midget nuts
4- yes we will and u guyst dont get perfect dark  ;D
5-ok

and u ps2 owners have been hating on xbox since it launched so dont give me that bullshit that were hating on ps2 cause yall were waiting to hait when xbox came out
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Re: True Crimes:Streets of La to be better then GT
« Reply #21 on: September 27, 2002, 01:33:47 PM »
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1. yes it is but with not as much features and not as good graphics
2. its not stealing the concept fool, its just adding on to that style of a game, someone already said this if u read all the msgs
3- It sounds good, were sayin its gonna be a good game, midget nuts
4- yes we will and u guyst dont get perfect dark  ;D
5-ok

and u ps2 owners have been hating on xbox since it launched so dont give me that bullshit that were hating on ps2 cause yall were waiting to hait when xbox came out



1,2 & 3:  ::)
4: True dat, for a change.
5: Ok

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Re: True Crimes:Streets of La to be better then GT
« Reply #22 on: September 28, 2002, 03:42:23 PM »
stfu already,its not stealing the concept of gta alright?
its a fucking game genre, i guess since you dont understand that its a game genre,i guess all the football games out now stole the concept or the first football game ever,same with fighting games,platformers,racing games,etc

and i guess xzibit is stealing the concept of putting rap on wax from the sugarhill gang too right?get over it
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Re: True Crimes:Streets of La to be better then GT
« Reply #23 on: September 28, 2002, 04:04:36 PM »
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stfu already,its not stealing the concept of gta alright?
its a fucking game genre, i guess since you dont understand that its a game genre,i guess all the football games out now stole the concept or the first football game ever,same with fighting games,platformers,racing games,etc

and i guess xzibit is stealing the concept of putting rap on wax from the sugarhill gang too right?get over it



It's not a genre.
It's a whole new concept made by Rockstar Games, and we will see many attempts at copying it.
It mixes 10 different genres, and they're trying to copy this mix of genres.
Wether it will be on X-Box or PS2 or both, it's still undeniable.
It would be the same if I released Zalo 2, with the exact same concept as Halo, just improved and with all the same ideas.
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Re: True Crimes:Streets of La to be better then GT
« Reply #24 on: September 28, 2002, 04:13:25 PM »
then i guess gta stole the concepts of those 10 different genres you say it mixes lol
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Re: True Crimes:Streets of La to be better then GT
« Reply #25 on: September 29, 2002, 02:53:49 PM »
you could say that, but
INNOVATIVE is the key-word here.