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Urban Chaos Riot Response - PlayStation 2

Platform : PlayStation2
Rated: Mature
19 customer reviews
Metascore: 73 / 100
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  • Join T-Zero, the new anti-gang unit that functions as the last line of urban defense
  • Explore a city gone mad -- fully-realized, dynamic environment
  • Build your reputation by kicking gang members' asses and making your name feared on the street
  • Face intense hostage scenarios - Hold your nerve and take on gang leaders, to save the citizens with a single, perfect shot
  • Collect military-grade hardware or homemade weapons like meat cleavers, Molotov cocktails and power tools
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Product Description

Urban Chaos: Riot Response puts you on the streets of a decaying city in modern day America. Gang warfare is destroying its interior, and you've been authorized by the government to meet them with a military response. Use a mix of lethal and non-lethal means to take the city's enemies down. Start out on your own, but as you play you'll recruit local police, firemen and EMTs into your unit, creating a local army that's powerful enough t o take the gangs down once and for all. Take control of civilian population, to ensure their safety Recruit key members of emergency services -- police, firemen and medics -- in the heat of the action Up to 17 single-player missions, with dynamic multiplayer action

From the Manufacturer

A city on the brink of total anarchy is being held hostage by the increased threat of organized gang violence. Nick Mason and his elite T-Zero unit, specially trained in all areas of urban combat, are the last line of defense. Take control and be the hero in this high-velocity, explosive action shooter.

Features:

  • Be a member of T-Zero: play Nick Mason, a member of the elite, newly formed anti-gang unit "T-Zero", the last line of urban defense.
  • Take your city back: build your reputation, expand your arsenal, and use whatever means necessary to kick ass to save the day.
  • Intense hostage scenarios: Hold your nerve and take on gang leaders in intense one-to-one situations. Save your city's citizens and make that perfect shot.
  • Real city--real terror: explore the action in a realistic and dynamic environment (using the Havok 3 engine), fighting for a city at melting point.
  • Military-grade hardware: use whatever weapons necessary from military issue and upgraded high-tech firearms to brutal gang weaponry including meat cleavers, Molotov cocktails, and power tools.
  • Survive at all costs: take control and ensure the safety of civilians, recruit key members of the Emergency services from Firemen and Medics to the Police department leading them into the heat of the action to take your city back.

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  • ASIN: B000EMRVLK
  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 5.5 x 0.5 inches
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: June 13, 2006
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #10,151 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here


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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By N. P. Stathoulopoulos on August 9, 2006
The title, the implications, and the M for Mature rating drew me to this title, a solid shooter from Eidos about...urban chaos.

Urban Chaos: Riot Response about sums it up. Set in some city (say, New York, of course), you play a member of an elite SWAT-type, special-anti-terror-whatever unit charged with taking back the streets from ultraviolent, insane street gangs.

The bottom line is a lot of shooting, and thankfully, lots of blood (hence the rating, this is not a game for kiddies). Heads and arms even come flying off in all that mayhem, always a welcome detail, sadly absent from the more cartoon-like violence of many war games. Of course, the game includes an angle to (possibly) discourage you from the Rambo approach all the time. Since the `T-Zero' unit you work for is on shaky public-relations ground (it's expensive and unproven and prone to the kind of shooting reserved for such games) you have the option and incentive to take gang members alive. This will improve the `image' of T-Zero, and you get to electrocute guys with a powerful tazer.

But where's the fun in that? Like Bronson in Death Wish 3, when facing an insane gang with no discernable goals beyond chaos, you have to blow them all away. But, at least it's your choice.

If you love 80s action movies, where the art of seeing criminal scum being blown away in slow-motion was perfected, then this was made with you in mind. The game includes gang-death cut-scenes, meaning that certain gang members, when getting blasted, go flying this way and that in slo-mo. It's great---you shoot the guy at different angles, and he'll go flying off the roof, against a wall, through an elevator shaft, arms flailing, blood splattering, etc. See? Truly made with the Death Wish 3 fan in mind.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Brad Barber on July 2, 2006
Some FPS try to innovate things, and fail miserably. This one however, plays it safe. Urban Chaos really adds nothing new to the genre, other than the ability to use a riot shield. It was a nice gimmick.

The game is short, just a little over 15 stages, some optional side quests. All in all, I'd say about an 11 hour experience.

The game is downright gritty, obscene, gory, and I'm hooked.

If you like violent games, pick it up.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By John P. Dibianco on June 27, 2007
this was thee best game i have ever played. only problem i thought was that the story seemed a little short, otherwise perfect game
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful By T. Whitley on June 17, 2006
Don't believe the 1 star review. This game is very exciting and fun and it includes some really great levels. There is some great Slo-Mo camera shots.

You will really enjoy this game if you like a good Shooter..
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By Anonymous on January 24, 2014
I rarely review anything, but I felt this game has compelled me to submit to you how truly great it is. Great controls and graphics. The storyline is very engaging and uses a live actor for the newscast cut-scenes. The AI is the best I've ever seen on an FPS and even the latest generation consoles don't have games nearly as good as this one.

The voice acting, taunts, dialogue, and insults are easily the most fantastic aspect of the game. The jeers the burners make are hilarious. Each level is more unique than the last and brings changes in game-play strategy such as, hostage situations to deal with, people to save from burning buildings, firefighter teamwork, and special kills at the end of most levels. I would buy a PS2 (or xbox) if this we're the only game made for it. With timed rescue situation levels and special objectives like headshots and burner mask finding, there is a huge amount of unlockables and an incredible replay value. The whole game has a realism not found in the new shooters.

My only complaints: no multiplayer and no ability to play as burners. The burners are such good enemies I wish I could fight with them.

Simply put, this is in the top 10 games I've ever played and the best of it's genre. The developers obviously put great talent into this game. If you like violence, gore, non-stop action, killing, murder, and death, then this is the game for you.
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By Nicholas Wood on March 26, 2010
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In my opinion this game is great in many ways. It has a lot of action that can vary
depending on your equipment and surroundings. For example, when you need to rescue
someone from a burning building, you will have to use a thermal breather that uses (as you may know or guess) thermal vision. Or if the lights go out in your area, you can use a flashlight or thermal breather, you can also have help from police and
firemen at some points who help you by either backing you up or clearing obstacles.

In the game you are a member of a squad called T-zero, which is kind of like S.W.A.T
You do whatever it takes to get the job done, and you can order some people around.
If you're wondering about the game's difficulty, it will force you to think fast around halfway through. There is lots of replay value with medals to earn and upgrades to unlock. As well as bonus levels that give you new weapons when you complete them.

The only bad thing I can see about the game is the blood and gore, if you aren't the kind of player who enjoys graphic gaming, it might be best to pass on this.
The blood isn't all bad, but I feel you should be aware of it.

Other than that, I say this game is very entertaining.
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