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True Crime: New York City (Xbox 360)

True Crime: New York City (Xbox 360)
alaScore 67

2 reviews

Nov, 2015

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 2 reviews of True Crime: New York City (Xbox 360). The average rating for this product is 3.9/5, compared to an average rating of 3.9/5 for other Xbox 360 Games for all reviews. Reviewers are impressed by the gameplay and graphics.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Xbox 360 Games the True Crime: New York City (Xbox 360) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 67/100 = Good quality.

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Expert review by: LibThorne (

True Crime: New York City


True Crime: New York City is akin to a diamond in the rough. I know, I know, the ad campaign had me fooled, too. "Thug sentenced to life as a street cop" isn't exactly the kind of plotline you'd expect from a modern day game, but I took it in stride,...

Bugs are where True Crime not only stumbles, but falls flat on its face. It is riddled with bugs, so much so that playing the game itself becomes a problem. In the introduction chapter (the aforementioned slaughter of the people who tried to take...

Dec, 2005

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True Crime: New York City Review (Xbox)


but forgot to nail the core gameplay down before doing so

It’s better than the first, yes. But with the amount of problems that the initial effort had it’s a wonder how it made it out of development in the first place. Most of the glaring issues have been muted or at least stifled a bit, what’s left is a...

Nov, 2005