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True Crime: New York City

True Crime: New York City (GCN) game cover art
Publisher
Region
Released
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11/15/2005
EU
11/25/2005

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True Crime: New York City review (PlayStation 2)

Reviewed November 23, 2005

Zack Little says: "What happens next is a scene fit for a John Woo movie, dropping you right back into Marcus’ sneakers and getting to the action. A massive gunfight that takes you down hallways, peeking around corners and scoring headshots, using theatre seats for cover and littering the floor with blood and shells. And the fat lady sings during the entire bullet ballet, cementing the scene’s cinematic feel."
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