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  • Summary: More over-the-top than its predecessor, Pursuit Force: Extreme Justice has players taking the role of a commander who is the highest ranking operational officer as well as four new playable characters, all of whom are responsible for tracking down and bringing to justice five hardcore street gangs in and around Capital City. As a member of a special police unit known as the Pursuit Force, this time around players engage in high-speed action to traverse land, air and sea in their continued battle to rid the city of crime which includes three new gangs. Featuring more than 50 criminal cases set among seven distinct environments, players have access to 12 different vehicle types which include hovercrafts and boss vehicles that are each unique and specifically designed for boss encounter missions. Extreme Justice also offers an expanded weapons arsenal to assist players in the pursuit of justice. Pursuit Force: Extreme Justice also introduces multiplayer capabilities to the franchise with up to four players in Ad Hoc mode. [SCEA] Collapse
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  1. Positive: 24 out of 44
  2. Negative: 0 out of 44
  1. Pursuit Force: Extreme Justice is a high-octane, lighthearted, linear game and it's a must play for every PSP owner. Most importantly, the game is fantastic fun to play, using every section of its large amount of modes to make you enjoy every moment.
  2. Pursue this game. [Jan 2008, p.61]
  3. This isn't a huge leap forward, it is more of a gracious step forward that offers enough to keep the game at status quo. This game doesn't reinvent the wheel, it just improves the wheel to last longer and perform better.
  4. Pursuit Force: Extreme Justice still feels like a bit of a shallow showcase title, albeit a less impressive now that over two years have passed.
  5. A rip-roaring ride, but it's a shame it feels so familiar. [Dec 2007, p.83]
  6. Although it isn't quite the game it could be, Extreme Justice is nevertheless a polished, outrageous and – most importantly – highly competent video game equivalent of the kind of films that have turned high-camp action into an art form.
  7. For those moments of genuine excitement and exhilaration, it’s a game that will put a smile on your face. [Dec 2007, p.132]

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  1. Paul
    Feb 7, 2008
    I did not expect this game to be this good. I played the fitst Pursuit Force (about halfway through) and thought it was decent. Pursuit Force: EJ takes it to another level. I really believe this is the game they always meant to make. This game is simply FUN. That is why we play right! Graphics are very sharp and impressive. Gameplay is fast and frantic - it feels like you are in a high speed chase in a Hollywood movie. I was shocked at the depth too (52 levels and you will want to replay them to earn stars to unlock more items for the game). Worth the 30 bucks for sure. Expand
  2. Feb 11, 2014
    One of the hidden golden gems of the old, dusty and forgotten PSP. I made the mistake of trading it in for Juiced 2: HIN and regretted it ever since. It was action packed and had a really good story, and even if the screenshots don't look so pretty, once in action this game looks absolutely stunning. A must buy for the PSP. Expand
  3. Apr 12, 2012
    Pursuit force is great franchise. Too bad it is buried now, but anyway it is worth checking. You won't find anything like this.