The PSP has had a great year, as the number of games released on the handheld console is quite impressive with no end in sight. One of 2006's sleeper hits for the PSP, Pursuit Force, gets a sequel this year with Pursuit Force: Extreme Justice, a fun game that is better than the original.
Moving into the role of commander for the special police unit known as Pursuit Force, gamers take on the challenge of finding and bringing in five hardcore gangs that work throughout Capital City. Gamers take to the land, sea and air to battle gang members and bosses in the effort to rid the city of crime. Pursuit Force: Extreme Justice is much larger than the original title, and has more than 50 missions with an underlying storyline that runs through all of them to give a good feeling of continuity throughout the game.
This time, gamers can use 12 different types of vehicles that include everything from motorcycles, buses, trucks, cars, jet skis and speed boats, plus some nifty new vehicles like hovercrafts that offer some cool chase challenges. Pursuit Force: Extreme Justice aims to bring the criminals in at all costs so a tasty arsenal of more than 30 types of weapons are available to help gamers convince the bad guys that shooting back is not always such a good idea.
If you're tired of keeping the justice by yourself, get together with three other friends for some multiplayer action. That way, you and your crew can bring Capital City under control and look cool doing it.
|Rating||4 / 5|
|Publisher||Sony Computer Entertainment USA|
|Hot||Better vehicle controls, deep gameplay, multiplayer ad-hoc|
|Not||Wanted a few more vehicles|