One of the earliest games to license Criterion’s immensely influential RenderWare engine, City Crisis is a game where you fly a helicopter, put out fires and rescue dogs from burning buildings, among other things. Not quite the new SimCopter we all (well, I) wanted, but close enough for now.
Developer: Syscom Publisher: Take-Two Interactive Available on: PS2
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PS2 Essentials: City Crisis-While a whole ton of late ’90s PC games have been updated and rereleased through services like GOG.com and Steam in recent years, one which I haven’t had the opportunity to play for a long time is Maxis’ SimCopter. A fascinating new angle on Will Wright’s SimCity, SimCopter allowed you to take to the skies above either … Continue reading PS2 Essentials: City Crisis→
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