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Cyber-Cop (XSX) game cover art
Platform: Genesis
Tags: Action, Sci-Fi
Developer: Core Design
AKA: Corporation (EU)

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Cyber-Cop review

Reviewed March 08, 2004

falsehead says: "Agent Toni Carter was confused. Kitted out with a state of the art Power Suit she was one of six elite Cyber Cops from the Libra chapter of Zodiac Central assigned to investigate reports of genetically engineered killing machines being created in the shadowy Corporation building of Universal Cybernetics. Accepting the task of infiltrating the building things had got off to a bad start when she first put he power suit on. It was the most complicated thing she had ever had to operate. "
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