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July 19, 2005
True crime, virtual city... and a big headache for the NYPD
A new video game due to be released in the fall, True Crime: New York City, claims to have "the most authentic depiction of the Big Apple in a video game." According to Activision, "the streets are accurate as a global positioning system -- and feature real-life things like subways, landmarks and real neighborhoods like Harlem, Chinatown and Times Square."
Judging by an earlier game, True Crime: Streets of Los Angeles, the new NYC-based video game will feature generous amounts of blood and gore, mature sexual themes, strong language and gut-wrenching violence.
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