Nick Kang was an LAPD homicide detective, up until his indefinite suspension due to his "loose-cannon" style and multiple uses of excessive force and property damage. However, his old Chief has brought him back and offered him a job with the EOD (Elite Operations Division), a recently-founded special unit which has jurisdiction over all of Los Angeles. Now as the EOD's first field agent, Nick can use the same over-the-top methods that got him suspended in the first place to take on the City of Angels' toughest criminals. In a wide, branching storyline, he'll have to stop powerful Russian and Chinese crime syndicates by driving, fighting and shooting his way through the streets of LA. Written by
True Driving. True Fighting. True Shooting.
Did You Know?
Advertisements for the fictitious company "Jockstrap" can be found on billboards all throughout the game, escpecially in the Hollywood area. The "Jockstrap" logo and name parody that of game designers Rockstar, who are most famous for the "Grand Theft Auto" series - from which "True Crime" draws much of its inspiration...(see also Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas
(2004)) See more
The police cars in the game have normal license plates such as the way they say California at the top then under it they have random numbers and letters. However, a real police car would say CA Exempt and under it would be all numbers, no letters. See more
They call it the City of Angels. Funny. In my 30 years here, I haven't seen a single one.
In the opening, Nick side-kicks the screen, and the bottom of his boot becomes the Luxoflux logo. This is followed by a humorous phrase and sound effect, such as "Ride the Donkey!" and the sound of a donkey braying. See more
Followed by True Crime: New York City
Not Like You
Written by Tim Narducci (as T. Narducci) and Adam Rupel (as A. Rupel)
Performed by Systematic See more