First, True Crime. While I've heard people complain on end about the game, I honestly have to say that it I do enjoy it. Granted, almost every aspect of the game is either borrowed from Max Payne or GTA3 (if you've played both, you've played this), but Activision actually did a pretty good job of splicing the two Rockstar games. The storyline is cliche, but in a good way, as you'll be able to notice plot twists from all 4 Lethal Weapon films, Training Day, Dark Blue, and Hollywood Homicide. There's even a part of the game that feels right out of (brace yourself) Big Trouble in Little China. While you may recognize where the story is going and pick up on everything corny that the main character says, it adds to the flavor of the game. After getting your car repaired, Nick (the main character) may note "Hey, now the cops won't recognize me. Oh, wait..." in a slight nod towards the GTA series, or such classics that have been heard in Army of Darkness and Duke Nukem. Besides, how can anybody knock a game where Christopher Walken and Gary Oldman do a little voice acting?
DBZ Budokai is mirror to the PS2 version.
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Kane gets flustered that he didn't get to do something silly this week. Ho hum.
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