True Crime: New York PC Plans

Aspyr announces the PC edition of True Crime: New York City will be released in January 2006, allowing you to play bad cop/worse cop in the Big Apple. The PC edition of the console crime game comes as no surprise since DTP announced their plans to publish it in Germany (story). Here's the skinny:
Aspyr Media, Inc. announced today they will publish True Crime®: New York City for the PC, with an anticipated release in January 2006. True Crime: New York City is licensed from Activision.

Wield the ultimate power as a rogue street cop in New York City. You are Marcus Reed, a former criminal turned cop, using and abusing your authority to hunt down the murderer of your mentor while cleaning up the 'hoods of New York City, from Harlem to Chinatown.

True Conflict. True Power. True New York.

Features:

*Street Cop Life*
Bust criminals, take down foreign and local gangs, search and seize, extort, interrogate, and dispense justice your way - by the book or indulge in the temptations of the job.

*Rule New York City*
Free-roaming authentic neighborhoods, GPS-accurate streets and subways, landmark buildings, and countless interiors.

*Dynamic Environments*
Unprecedented environmental gameplay - use ovens, stoves, machines, coolers, pots, pans, chairs or anything else you can grab to pound enemies.

*High-Speed Shootouts*
Race through the streets of New York in shootouts! Pull off stunts with motorcycles, sports cars, trucks, buses, and more.

*Brutal Combat Styles*
Switch fighting styles on the fly from street fighting to a variety of martial arts modes, opening up an array of moves and strategies to take down enemies.

*Heavy Weaponry*
Use high-powered police issue weaponry, bats, swords, and other melee weapons, obtain black market arms like flamethrowers, grenade launchers, and more.

True Crime: New York City is rated "M" for "Mature" and will soon be available for preorder through Aspyr's website. For more information, visit Activision's official site,
http://www.activision.com/en_US/home/home.jsp.
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I think they mean "bats, swords, and other melee weapons" in addition to "high-powered police issue weaponry".

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