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Former gangster, now street cop Marcus Reed tries to uncover who is behind the murder of his friend and mentor, Lt. Terrance Higgins.


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Detective Marcus Reed (voice) (as Avery Waddell)
Isaiah Reed (voice)
Terrence Higgins (voice)
F.B.I. Agent Gabriel Whitting (voice)
Deena Dixon (voice)
Captain Victor 'Vic' Navarro (voice)
Madam Cassandra Hartz (voice)
Mr. Lin (voice)
Rey (voice)
Zeke (voice)
Vincent Tuzzi (voice)
Jennifer Chu ...
Vivian Chen (voice)
Dispatcher (voice) (as Monique Curnen)
Alfie / Nosferatu (voice)
Fei Lao / Peasant (voice)


Isaiah Reed (Fishburne) hands the keys to his criminal empire down to his son Marcus (Waddell). This was a decision they both came to regret, as his now-former friend attempted to kill father and son. They failed, and Marcus exacted vengeance. His mentor, Lt. Terrence Higgins (Rourke), opts to leave him alone if he joins the NYPD. Five years later, he has become part of the department's Street Crime Unit (SCU). But during a police beat, Higgins dies in an explosion. Now, with the help of his boss (Hargitay) and a mysterious detective (Walken), he needs to find out what happened, whether he walks the straight line of the law or not. Written by Anonymous

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New Crime. New City.


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15 November 2005 (USA)  »

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When Marcus (Avery Waddell) performs the first "Freddie the cabbie" side mission, he says, "Next they'll have me flying remote-control toys." This is a direct reference to Rockstar's Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas (where Zero (David Cross) used RC helicopters to do battle with his nemesis Berkley). See more »


When entering the subway station at the corner of W 125 St. and Frederick Douglass Blvd. or after boarding the train and selecting that position from the map, the name of the subway station is Wall St. See more »


Redman: Yea you better prey, prey that I don't put 42 bullets in yo ass!
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Follows True Crime: Streets of LA (2003) See more »

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Solid Game
10 January 2008 | by See all my reviews

Let me start off by saying that this is the 1st ever mature rated game that I ever bought. For any parent looking to buy this game for a child, the violence isn't too bad, but the language is definitely in full force. Anyway, back to the review. The bad? The game is glitchy at times, even stopping when entering a building or in the middle of a mission. Also, the game is very short, and the language feels overdone in certain places. The good? However short, both endings are solid and resolve the game for the most part, and the characters are very realistic and likable, especially the game's protagonist, Marcus Reed. I could not justify $50 for this game when it came out, but now, it is a great buy for $10 at your local Gamestop. Overall, a solid game.

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