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'Cops 2170: The Power Of Law' - Screens

by Rainier on May 25, 2004 @ 1:54 p.m. PDT

COPS 2170: The Power of Law is a colorful hybrid of tactical strategy and RPG elements where players take on the role of a rookie cop as she patrols the mean streets of a futuristic, cyberpunk metropolis. COPS 2170: The Power of Law will be released for the PC in North America in May 2004. Read more for details and a few new screens ...

“The development team at MiST land has created a stunning, futuristic world where the battles are fierce, the action is heated, the crime is unimaginable…and for a change, the woman kicks butt!” said Don McFatridge, President of Strategy First Inc. “COPS 2170:The Power of Law is a terrific tactical strategy game for any fan of the genre.”

Katrin is a beautiful, young graduate of the police academy who is unaware that her recent assignment on a series of terror attacks is about to propel her into the path of an evil genius. The city streets she is fighting to protect are unlike any modern day metropolis, where the government implants cyber links into newborns, marking them with a unique ID in order to ensure complete control and watch over everything for the “safety of the public”.

COPS 2170: The Power of Law features stunning 3D environments ranging from cramped private quarters to sprawling city streets, filled with more than 60 NPCs. As Kati, players can recruit up to 7 of their fellow officers and use a large arsenal of weaponry and equipment including a scanner, rifles and machine guns to win large-scale battles against the city’s criminal masterminds. Missions vary from suppressing small-scale riots to challenging the security staff of a massive yet corrupt corporation and each mission can be accomplished using a variety of strategies, giving the player multiple paths to victory and hours of exciting gameplay.

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