History VideoGame / PursuitForce

24th Apr '18 6:59:13 AM BlaringCoder01
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* CulturalTranslation: [[TheMafia The Capellis]], as evidenced by generic [[Mook Mooks]] saying they'll put Johnny Leone in a wooden kimono... which is Japanese.

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* CulturalTranslation: [[TheMafia The Capellis]], as evidenced by generic [[Mook Mooks]] Mooks saying they'll put Johnny Leone in a wooden kimono... which is Japanese.



** In The General's Revenge mission of the first game, one of the taunts The General says is the famous "I love the smell of napalm in the morning" quote from [[Film/ApocalypseNow]], with a cop related [[Pun]].

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** In The General's Revenge mission of the first game, one of the taunts The General says is the famous "I love the smell of napalm in the morning" quote from [[Film/ApocalypseNow]], Apocalypse Now, with a cop related [[Pun]].Pun.


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* TitleDrop: From the opening:
-->'''Reporter''': And what should we call this new addition?
-->'''The Chief''': The Pursuit Force.
24th Apr '18 6:50:22 AM BlaringCoder01
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* CulturalTranslation: The Mafia, as evidenced by generic Mooks saying they'll put you in a wooden kimono... which is Japanese.

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* CulturalTranslation: [[TheMafia The Mafia, Capellis]], as evidenced by generic Mooks [[Mook Mooks]] saying they'll put you Johnny Leone in a wooden kimono... which is Japanese.


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** In The General's Revenge mission of the first game, one of the taunts The General says is the famous "I love the smell of napalm in the morning" quote from [[Film/ApocalypseNow]], with a cop related [[Pun]].
8th Apr '18 6:56:03 PM Luigifan
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* ''Pursuit Force'' -- Set TwentyMinutesIntoTheFuture - (into 2007), the story opens with a news report showing a rise in vehicle related crimes across Capital State. There are five gangs to blame, [[TheMafia "The Capelli Family"]], [[WesternTerrorists "The Warlords"]], [[AlwaysChaoticEvil "The Convicts"]], [[AmazonBrigade "The Vixens"]], and [[{{Yakuza}} "The Killer 66"]]. The report also states that a new kind of police; [[SuperCop The Pursuit Force]] has been organised to destroy the threat posed by these gangs. There are a total of thirty missions, six per gang. These missions include escorting, protecting and destroying the enemy on foot, by speedboat, in a car or in a helicopter.

* ''Pursuit Force: Extreme Justice'' -- The game takes place 2 years after the events in the 1st game, a wedding of the commander and fellow team mate Sarah Hunter is attended, which is then destroyed by the Convicts, who have escaped from prison once again to come and take revenge on the Pursuit Force. Shortly afterwards, a police chase commences. The action kicks off from here, with eventual encounters with the return of [[AlwaysChaoticEvil The Convicts]] and [[RedsWithRockets The Warlords]] in addition to two new gangs, [[DeepSouth "The]] [[ADisgraceToBlackbeard Raiders"]] and [[EvilBrit "The]] [[TheSyndicate Syndicate"]], the introduction of a new police division called "Viper Squad", [[spoiler: Sarah getting killed by the Warlord lieutenant]], a plot to [[NukeEm nuke]] numerous parts of Capital State, the appearance of an unknown gang and the revelation that the nuclear threat was [[spoiler: a joint venture between the Warlords and Viper Squad, where the Viper Squad's objective on doing so was to turn Capital State into a fascist PoliceState]].

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* ''Pursuit Force'' -- Set TwentyMinutesIntoTheFuture - (into 2007), the story opens with a news report showing a rise in vehicle related vehicle-related crimes across Capital State. There are five gangs to blame, [[TheMafia "The Capelli Family"]], [[WesternTerrorists "The Warlords"]], [[AlwaysChaoticEvil "The Convicts"]], [[AmazonBrigade "The Vixens"]], and [[{{Yakuza}} "The Killer 66"]]. The report also states that a new kind of police; police, [[SuperCop The Pursuit Force]] Force]], has been organised to destroy the threat posed by these gangs. There are a total of thirty missions, six per gang. These missions include escorting, protecting protecting, and destroying the enemy on foot, by speedboat, in a car car, or in a helicopter.

* ''Pursuit Force: Extreme Justice'' -- The game takes place 2 years after the events in the 1st game, a wedding of the commander and fellow team mate teammate Sarah Hunter is attended, which is then destroyed by the Convicts, who have escaped from prison once again to come and take revenge on the Pursuit Force. Shortly afterwards, a police chase commences. The action kicks off from here, with eventual encounters with the return of [[AlwaysChaoticEvil The Convicts]] and [[RedsWithRockets The Warlords]] in addition to two new gangs, [[DeepSouth "The]] [[ADisgraceToBlackbeard Raiders"]] and [[EvilBrit "The]] [[TheSyndicate Syndicate"]], the introduction of a new police division called "Viper Squad", [[spoiler: Sarah [[spoiler:Sarah getting killed by the Warlord lieutenant]], a plot to [[NukeEm nuke]] numerous parts of Capital State, the appearance of an unknown gang gang, and the revelation that the nuclear threat was [[spoiler: a [[spoiler:a joint venture between the Warlords and Viper Squad, where the Viper Squad's objective on doing so was to turn Capital State into a fascist PoliceState]].



* 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.

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* AllThereInTheManual: Well, admittedly, it's not the manual 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.



** In ''Extreme Justice'', one of the Convicts goon is a former Killer 66 member.
** Also in ''Extreme Justice'', the face of one of Don Capelli's hitman can be seen on a few billboards.
* CulturalTranslation: The Mafia, as evidenced by generic Mooks saying they'll put you in a wooden kimono...which is Japanese.

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** In ''Extreme Justice'', one of the Convicts goon goons is a former Killer 66 member.
** Also in ''Extreme Justice'', the face of one of Don Capelli's hitman hitmen can be seen on a few billboards.
* CulturalTranslation: The Mafia, as evidenced by generic Mooks saying they'll put you in a wooden kimono... which is Japanese.



* 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.

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* DestructiveSavior: 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.



* EveryoneCallsHimBarkeep: The Cop/Commander, The Chief and The General are all only known by their nicknames.

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* EveryoneCallsHimBarkeep: The Cop/Commander, The Chief Chief, and The General are all only known by their nicknames.



* PressXToNotDie In ''Extreme Justice'', The melee battles and [[spoiler:the boss fight against Ashley]] play out like this. There also several times during the boss battles where you'll be prompted to press buttons in order to avoid an attack or do a counter.

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* PressXToNotDie PressXToNotDie: In ''Extreme Justice'', The the melee battles and [[spoiler:the boss fight against Ashley]] play out like this. There also several times during the boss battles where you'll be prompted to press buttons in order to avoid an attack or do a counter.



* SequelDifficultyDrop:''Extreme Justice'' is quite a bit easier than the original, though the unlockable Iron Man difficulty is meant to emulate the difficulty of the first.

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* SequelDifficultyDrop:''Extreme SequelDifficultyDrop: ''Extreme Justice'' is quite a bit easier than the original, though the unlockable Iron Man difficulty is meant to emulate the difficulty of the first.



* UnexpectedGameplayChange: The driving/shooting is the meat of the game, but there are also occasional ThirdPersonShooter portions where you get out of the car and RailShooter segments behind an helicopter-mounted gattling gun. ''Extreme Justice'' added rail shooters sections from other positions and [[SnipingMission sniper missions]] to the mix.
* UselessItem: ''Extreme Justice'' has cross-platform saves. Except the UsefulNotes/Playstation2 version was cancelled so the feature is totally pointless and useless at the same time.
* 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 ''VideoGame/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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* UnexpectedGameplayChange: The driving/shooting is the meat of the game, but there are also occasional ThirdPersonShooter portions where you get out of the car and RailShooter segments behind an a helicopter-mounted gattling gun. ''Extreme Justice'' added rail shooters sections from other positions and [[SnipingMission sniper missions]] to the mix.
* UselessItem: ''Extreme Justice'' has cross-platform saves. Except the UsefulNotes/Playstation2 version was cancelled cancelled, so the feature is totally pointless and useless at the same time.
* VideoGameCrueltyPotential: When you switch into a gang vehicle, you do not subdue the driver or ask he him or she her to move over; You 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 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 ''VideoGame/DeadToRights: Reckoning'''s Reckoning''[='=]s execution scripts), and you are not given any non-lethal firearms or devices. Most of the time time, you must "neutralize" them via a faceful of bullets.
7th Dec '17 5:06:23 PM nombretomado
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** 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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** You can only arrest enemies on several infantry battle missions (which are pretty brutal and modified from DeadToRights: Reckoning's ''VideoGame/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.
9th Sep '17 5:49:31 AM BlaringCoder01
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* CulturalTranslation: The Mafia, as evidenced by generic mooks saying they'll put you in a wooden kimono...which is Japanese.

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* CulturalTranslation: The Mafia, as evidenced by generic mooks Mooks saying they'll put you in a wooden kimono...which is Japanese.



* NintendoHard: The original European release of the first game can be hard as nails due to CheckpointStarvation.



* SuperCop

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* SuperCopSuperCop: The unnamed protagonist can be this.



* UselessItem: ''Extreme Justice'' has cross-platform saves. Except the UsefulNotes/Playstation2 version was cancelled so the feature is totally pointless.

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* UselessItem: ''Extreme Justice'' has cross-platform saves. Except the UsefulNotes/Playstation2 version was cancelled so the feature is totally pointless.pointless and useless at the same time.
14th Jun '17 6:41:17 PM nombretomado
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* ''Pursuit Force'' -- Set TwentyMinutesIntoTheFuture - (into 2007), the story opens with a news report showing a rise in vehicle related crimes across Capital State. There are five gangs to blame, [[TheMafia "The Capelli Family"]], [[WesternTerrorists "The Warlords"]], [[AlwaysChaoticEvil "The Convicts"]], [[AmazonBrigade "The Vixens"]], and [[TheYakuza "The Killer 66"]]. The report also states that a new kind of police; [[SuperCop The Pursuit Force]] has been organised to destroy the threat posed by these gangs. There are a total of thirty missions, six per gang. These missions include escorting, protecting and destroying the enemy on foot, by speedboat, in a car or in a helicopter.

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* ''Pursuit Force'' -- Set TwentyMinutesIntoTheFuture - (into 2007), the story opens with a news report showing a rise in vehicle related crimes across Capital State. There are five gangs to blame, [[TheMafia "The Capelli Family"]], [[WesternTerrorists "The Warlords"]], [[AlwaysChaoticEvil "The Convicts"]], [[AmazonBrigade "The Vixens"]], and [[TheYakuza [[{{Yakuza}} "The Killer 66"]]. The report also states that a new kind of police; [[SuperCop The Pursuit Force]] has been organised to destroy the threat posed by these gangs. There are a total of thirty missions, six per gang. These missions include escorting, protecting and destroying the enemy on foot, by speedboat, in a car or in a helicopter.
2nd Feb '17 8:36:54 AM Andrew2000
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**Although the Chief becomes more of a JerkWithAHeartOfGold in the second game.
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.
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