The pulse-pounding driving adventure franchise
increases the thrills with new multiplayer capabilities, more than 50 criminal
cases across multiple gameplay modes, 30 weapon types and 12 different vehicle
types. Developed by Bigbig Studios, Ltd., this second installment in the
Pursuit Force franchise brings even more over-the-top
Hollywood-blockbuster-style action to the small screen.
"Pursuit Force: Extreme Justice is exactly the kind of game that PSP
owners want," said Jeff Reese, director, software marketing, SCEA. "It offers
incredible value in terms of re-playability, is a perfect pick-up-and-play
experience in both single-player or multiplayer mode, and most importantly is
Pursuit Force: Extreme Justice will have players taking the role of a
commander, the highest ranking operational officer, and partnering with four
other new playable characters, all of whom are responsible for tracking down
and bringing to justice five hardcore street gangs that are out of control in
Capital City. It is up to the player to, literally, drive them out of town. To
rid the city of gang crime, players must engage in high-speed action to
traverse land, air and sea. Players can also leap between motorbikes, cars and
trucks in the pursuit of justice.
Featuring more than 50 criminal cases set among seven distinct
environments, players will have access to 12 different vehicle types which
include hovercrafts and outrageous vehicles that are each unique and
specifically designed for epic boss encounter missions. Pursuit Force: Extreme
Justice also offers an expanded weapons arsenal to assist players.
Pursuit Force: Extreme Justice will launch with more than 20 hours of
diverse gameplay, with the future availability of downloadable content packs
for players to continue to extend their enjoyment of the game. In addition,
increasing the already impressive re-playability of the title, the game will
also introduce multiplayer capabilities to the franchise with up to four
players in Ad Hoc mode.