‘True Crime: Streets of L.A.’ goes gold for Mac OS X, to ship March 14

True Crime: Streets of L.A. has gone gold for Mac OS X and is scheduled to begin shipping Monday, March 14. The game was developed for Macintosh by Trihedron under license from Activision.

Drive, fight and shoot your way through a massive array of unpredictable missions. With stealth techniques, vicious martial arts moves and impressive new weapons, as Nick Kang you experience the gritty, seedy underbelly of a vicious Los Angeles crime wave. Cruise the city taking down or harassing the scum of the streets. Bust drug dealers and prostitutes, shakedown informants and confront gang members to get the job done.

True Crime: Streets of L.A. has a branching storyline that allows you to determine your next move while maneuvering through 240 square miles of L.A. Players can also go into “Dogg Patrol” mode and unlock Snoop Dogg to fight against crime, rolling through the streets in a customized convertible. The title’s soundtrack enhances the action with more than 25 hard rock, metal
and alternative tracks.

The game is rated “M” for “Mature” by the ESRB and is available for preorder at http://www.aspyr.com for $49.99. For more information, fans can visit http://www.aspyr.com/games.php/mac/truecrime/


  1. Nice to have another major game come to the Mac platform but why do I feel if this continues we might not be on average more intelligent than PC users anymore? ” width=”19″ height=”19″ alt=”tongue rolleye” style=”border:0;” />

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