Aspyr Media Inc. announced Wednesday that its Macintosh conversion of
True Crime: Streets of L.A.
has gone “gold master,” signifying the end of its development. The game has gone into duplication and should begin shipping on Monday, March 14, 2005.
True Crime: Streets of L.A. is a modern-day gangster tale in which you take the role of “out-of-control ex-cop” Nick Kang who is tasked with restoring order to the city of Los Angeles after gangs have taken over the streets. You can shake down informants, bust drug dealers and prostitutes, and take on gang members in an all-out assault. You’ll do so with an awesome array of firepower like rocket launchers, guns and crossbows, martial arts moves and more. The game features a 240-square mile map of Los Angeles and a branching story line, and also supports Mac-to-Mac multiplayer gaming in five different modes.
System requirements for True Crime: Streets of L.A. call for Mac OS X v10.2.8 or later, G4/867MHz or faster, 256MB RAM, 2GB free hard disk space, ATI Radeon 8500 or Nvidia GeForce2 MX or better 3D graphics with 32MB VRAM and DVD drive. True Crime: Streets of L.A., rated “M” for Mature by the ESRB, is available for pre-order for US$49.99.