NARC is an in-depth, third-person action/shooter video game set against a stylized modern-day backdrop of the War on Drugs. Playing as dual characters, Hitman and Max Force, in the elite ... See full summary »

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Inspector Lau (voice)
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Mr. Big (voice)
Brigitte Burdine ...
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Jose the Hook / Cop / Thug (voice) (as Andre Sogliuzzo)
Andrea M. Metty ...
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Supplier / Thug / Cop / Jumper#2 / Bum (voice)
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Fish, Weapons Dealer, Thug, Civilian, Eddie Jackson, Cop (voice) (as Fred Tatiasciore)
Drew Massey ...
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Stuart Robinson ...
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Cop / Thug / Civilian / Junkie (voice) (as Chris Smith)
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NARC is an in-depth, third-person action/shooter video game set against a stylized modern-day backdrop of the War on Drugs. Playing as dual characters, Hitman and Max Force, in the elite NARC squad you must rid the world of the powerful international K.R.A.K. drug cartel. Find them, bust them and/or kill them to bring justice to action-packed, crime-ridden, drug-infested streets. In NARC, players have an arsenal of weapons to use as well as down-and-dirty hand-to-hand fighting skills. Written by Gamerankings.com

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You can walk the line. Or you can cross it.

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Action | Crime | Thriller

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21 March 2005 (USA)  »

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Remake of a 1980s game on the arcade and ZX Spectrum by the same name. See more »

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[first lines]
Eddie Jackson: Aren't you gonna read me my rights?
Jack Frozenski: You have the right to shut the hell up.
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Remake of Narc (1988) See more »

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Step On
Written by John Kongos and Chris Demtriou
Performed by Happy Mondays
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Better than what most people gave it credit for.
31 July 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

People unfairly gave this game a bad rap because of its use of drugs as power-ups. Unfair because it is a remake of a gaming classic that was centered around drugs anyway. People have to understand that this game comes from Midway, a gaming company that pushes the envelope when it comes to objectionable content.

In my opinion, the game is well worth the $20.00 that one would spend on it. The game features a good storyline, the ability to arrest almost anyone, and decent weapon play. There are extra missions and hidden packages to give the gamer more to do. The game has exceptional voice-over talent from Hollywood actors Michael Madsen and Bill Bellamy. That had me impressed.

The game, however; has glitches both in sound and video. I was disappointed in the fact that one cannot drive vehicles in the game, and there is no support for two players. Both of those elements were in the original game and were big parts of it to.

I never got bored with the game and I feel that my money was well spent. I would recommend the game to anyone who is old enough to play it.


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