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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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Peter Morawiec (story), Duane Stinnett (story) | 5 more credits »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Avery Kidd Waddell ... Detective Marcus Reed (voice) (as Avery Waddell)
Laurence Fishburne ... Isaiah Reed (voice)
Mickey Rourke ... Terrence Higgins (voice)
Christopher Walken ... F.B.I. Agent Gabriel Whitting (voice)
Mariska Hargitay ... Deena Dixon (voice)
Esai Morales ... Captain Victor 'Vic' Navarro (voice)
Traci Lords ... Madam Cassandra Hartz (voice)
James Hong ... Mr. Lin (voice)
Paolo Andino ... Rey (voice)
Beetlejuice ... Zeke (voice)
Fred Berman ... Vincent Tuzzi (voice)
Jennifer Chu Jennifer Chu ... Vivian Chen (voice)
Monique Gabriela Curnen ... Dispatcher (voice) (as Monique Curnen)
Quinton Flynn ... Alfie / Nosferatu (voice)
Telly Leung ... Fei Lao / Peasant (voice)

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Storyline

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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Just like the first installment, the game features a majority of real life landmarks and locations (in this case of Manhattan). Places included are:

-145th Street Bridge -375 Hudson Street -4 Times Square -58 Bowery -Alexander Hamilton U.S. Custom House -Alfred E. Smith Houses -American Museum of Natural History -Battery Park -Belvedere Castle -Bethesda Terrace -Broadway Bridge -Brookfield Place -Brooklyn Bridge -Castle Clinton -CBGB -Central Park -Chelsea Piers -Chinatown -Chrysler Building -Citigroup Center -Columbus Circle -East Coast Memorial -Empire State Building -Flatiron Building -Fulton Market -George Washington Bridge -Grand Central Terminal -Ground Zero -Hemsley Building -Independence Plaza -Islamic Cultural Center of New York -Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Reservoir -Javits Center -Jefferson Market Library -King Jagiello Monument -Lincoln Center -Lincoln Tunnel -Little Italy -Madison Avenue Bridge -Madison Square Garden -Manhattan Bridge -Manhattan Criminal Courts Building -Manhattan Detention Complex -Manhattan Municipal Building -Metlife Building -Metropolitan Life Insurance Company Tower -Metropolitan Life North Building -Metropolitan Museum of Art -New York City Hall -New York County Supreme Court -New York Life Building -New York Public Library -New York Stock Exchange -NYU Stern School of Business -One Penn Plaza -One Times Square -One Worldwide Plaza -Queensboro Bridge -Radio City Music Hall -Robert F. Kennedy Bridge -Rockefeller Center -Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum -St. Patrick's Cathedral -Statue of Liberty -The Heritage -The San Remo -Third Avenue Bridge -Thurgood Marshall United States Courthouse -Time Warner Center -Times Square -Trump World Tower -Tweed Courthouse -Union Square -United Nations Headquarters -Waldoff Astoria Hotel -Wall Street Bull -Ward's Island Bridge -Washington Square Arch -Washington Square Park -Willis Avenue Bridge. See more »

Goofs

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 »

Quotes

Redman: Yea you better prey, prey that I don't put 42 bullets in yo ass!
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Connections

References The Deer Hunter (1978) See more »

Soundtracks

Beat On The Brat
Performed by Ramones
Written by Joey Ramone (as Hyman), Johnny Ramone (as Cummings), Dee Dee Ramone (as Colvin), Tommy Ramone (as Erdely)
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God awful crap
27 August 2006 | by matthewwestfall1See all my reviews

this game has so many screw ups and glitches i don't even know where to start. this game is another poor attempt to mimic the GTA series. the graphics are terrible. every time I play the game its raining. it'll rain for about five seconds then stop then start raining again. the only good thing about this game is I guess the music. Anyone who likes The True Crime series or Driv3r (the worst)is "mentaly sick and should be shot I'm afraid to say." (Quoting from GTA VC Pastar Richards on VCPR)if you have played GTA Vice City. I've been playing for over 5 years. I've also played just about every single game that has attempted to mimic GTA. I have nothing good to say about those games. My advice to you, stay away from this game!


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

15 November 2005 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

True Crime: New York City See more »

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