History VideoGame / PursuitForce

11th Aug '16 11:02:37 AM Andrew2000
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*AllThereInTheManual: Well, admittedly, it's not the manual but it is the Website. The PDA's Character files provide quite a lot of backstory for pretty much all the characters in the game.
13th May '16 4:41:39 PM TheOneWhoTropes
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* UselessItem: ''Extreme Justice'' has cross-platform saves. Except the Playstation 2 version was cancelled so the feature is totally pointless.

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* UselessItem: ''Extreme Justice'' has cross-platform saves. Except the Playstation 2 UsefulNotes/Playstation2 version was cancelled so the feature is totally pointless.
13th May '16 4:41:23 PM TheOneWhoTropes
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''Pursuit Force'' is a video game series for the PlaystationPortable. It puts the player in the role of a police agent who joins up to a law enforcement agency known as the Pursuit Force, to restore order to a city overrun with crime. This elite unit specialises in direct armed encounters with adversaries, whether it be on foot or on the bonnet of a speeding car. The player has to try to seize cars and motorbikes while engaging in gun battles at speeds of over 150 miles per hour (240 km/h). It is set in fictional Capital State (which includes Capital City) in America where there are various criminal gangs to contend with. So far, there are only two games in the series.

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''Pursuit Force'' is a video game series for the PlaystationPortable.UsefulNotes/PlaystationPortable. It puts the player in the role of a police agent who joins up to a law enforcement agency known as the Pursuit Force, to restore order to a city overrun with crime. This elite unit specialises in direct armed encounters with adversaries, whether it be on foot or on the bonnet of a speeding car. The player has to try to seize cars and motorbikes while engaging in gun battles at speeds of over 150 miles per hour (240 km/h). It is set in fictional Capital State (which includes Capital City) in America where there are various criminal gangs to contend with. So far, there are only two games in the series.
12th Apr '16 1:28:07 AM Hyperx72
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* DestructiveSavior: The commander often sends empty cars careening into traffic, [[spoiler:Caused a train wreck, a plane crash, and 3 massive tank explosions]] , not to mention all the massive shootouts and cars exploding on city streets.



* NiceJobBreakingItHero: The commander often sends empty cars careening into traffic, [[spoiler:Caused a train wreck, a plane crash, and 3 massive tank explosions]] , not to mention all the massive shootouts and cars exploding on city streets.
11th Apr '16 7:06:26 PM Hyperx72
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* BloodlessCarnage Criminals and police all use guns, though non of the bullets ever leaves a scratch

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* BloodlessCarnage Criminals and police all use guns, though non of the bullets ever leaves a scratchscratch.
11th Apr '16 7:06:10 PM Hyperx72
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* BloodlessCarnage Criminals and police all use guns, though non of the bullets ever leaves a scratch
11th Apr '16 6:38:37 PM Hyperx72
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* NiceJobBreakingItHero: The commander often sends empty cars careening into traffic, [[Spoiler:Caused a train wreck, a plane crash, and 3 massive tank explosions]], not to mention all the massive shootouts and cars exploding on city streets.

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* NiceJobBreakingItHero: The commander often sends empty cars careening into traffic, [[Spoiler:Caused [[spoiler:Caused a train wreck, a plane crash, and 3 massive tank explosions]], explosions]] , not to mention all the massive shootouts and cars exploding on city streets.
11th Apr '16 6:34:46 PM Hyperx72
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*NiceJobBreakingItHero: The commander often sends empty cars careening into traffic, [[Spoiler:Caused a train wreck, a plane crash, and 3 massive tank explosions]], not to mention all the massive shootouts and cars exploding on city streets.
26th Mar '16 2:25:52 PM Hyperx72
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[[caption-width-right:350:Just a routine patrol]]
17th Nov '14 8:49:36 PM enderheisenberg
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* {{Pastiche}}: Of Cowboy Cop movies.

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** Decker. Put SociopathicSoldier and EvilIsPetty together.
* {{Pastiche}}: Of Cowboy Cop CowboyCop movies.


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* VideoGameCrueltyPotential: When you switch into a gang vehicle, you do not subdue the driver or ask he or she to move over; You just shoot the sucker and toss the corpse out when you enter. If you are taking over a motorbike, you will wring the biker's neck and shove him or her off. Oh, and if the car you took had passengers, you have to kill them all too before taking over. Afterwards, you can enjoy the wonderful 3rd person view of [[{{Squick}} still-bleeding stiffs merrily swinging in the car beside you]].
** You can only arrest enemies on several infantry battle missions (which are pretty brutal and modified from DeadToRights: Reckoning's execution scripts), and you are not given any non-lethal firearms or devices. Most of the time you must "neutralize" them via a faceful of bullets.
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