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If you remember G-Police on the PS1 and have been hankering for a successor, this is it.
If you remember G-Police and have been hankering for a successor, this is it.
The war between the G-Police and their enemy, Nanosoft, ended with the destruction of the Nanosoft cruiser, but G-Police resources are depleted, civil unrest is growing, and the organized crime syndicates are gaining power.
The G-Police recruit will face 30 new missions this time around, with 25 weapon-types available to them, and five air and land vehicles at their disposal.
Psygnosis today released its 3D action shooter, G-Police -- Weapons of Justice.
G-Police -- Weapons of Justice picks up ten days after the first game left off.
In G-Police -- Weapons of Justice, this obstacle has been overcome with the addition of an "echo-locator system," a device attached to player's vehicle, allowing them to see further into the distance, and making navigation much smoother and easier.
com), a rapidly expanding global fashion brand, have announced a second co-promotion on the G-Police video game brand.
The sequel, G-Police Weapons of Justice, is scheduled to launch in May 1999.
In-store promotion includes a G-Police rolling video, point-of-sale material and themed areas.
Visitors to the Wave booth, including content providers, potential customers, and members of the media and financial community, were able to utilize the Wave System to play leading entertainment software titles such as Cendant Software's Star Craft, Picabo Street Ski Racing and Sierra Golf, GT Interactive's Oddworld and Sony Psygnosis' G-Police, on a rental and rent-to-own basis.
Also included is the full retail version of G-Police by Psygnosis, an intense and action-packed 3-D helicopter shooter.