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  • Summary: Get ready to enter a futuristic world where law and order have been replaced by terror and crime. The Human Federation decides to frame one of its best men, Garm Tiger, for treason. Now you must join Garm as he begins an intense mission within the Pandemia System. In the game's varied environments, you'll risk your life in different scenarios, such as flying a hovercraft through city skyscrapers. You can drive 50 different cars, modify your vehicles, and use more than 20 different weapons. Expand
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  1. It's one of those games where the player can sit down for 30 minutes, play it and then leave and feel as though something's been accomplished. The huge number of missions should keep the game going for some time, and there's also multiplayer support.
  2. 81
    Truthfully, if this eminently playable and atmospheric high flyer is representative of the new age of Polish craftsmanship, people should start importing more from the territory than just sausages and mail order brides.
  3. A cool title that offers gameplay that is both fun and challenging. While it won’t win game of the year bragging rights, it is still a pretty decent title.
  4. It has one basic concept, which it runs into the ground. You'll be doing a lot of the same things over and over through the game's three locales, and it's liable to get boring after a while.
  5. The frustration and boredom grow critical as you realize that some of the assignments are repetitive and may require mad piloting and luck, rather than a well thought out strategy for achieving them.
  6. This is one case where the whole is definitely less than the sum of the parts. Crime Cities is initially impressive, but its frustrating controls and simple mission design make it quickly lose appeal.
  7. Even those desperate for a fix of "Elite"-style freelancing will end up disappointed and unsatisfied.
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