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- A mysterious man has ordered the theft of 40 top-of-the-line sports cars. You'll travel around the world, tracking this ring down - from Turkey to France to Miami
- Drive through immense, detailed cities and explore every street and alley
- Exciting mini-games like avoiding a dozen cop cars, or pursuing suspicious vehicles
- Get on foot and carjack any vehicle in the game -- more than 70 to choose from
- Collect all kinds of crazy weapons - from standard pistols & submachine guns to grenade launchers
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The cool thing is you have a choice to just free-roam and cause havoc. You can even save replays and direct them with different camera angles and effects. On paper that sounds great, but in reality, it's confusing and very time-consuming to create the proper the replay you're satisfied with. The game features go-karts, motorcycles, and plenty of cars scattered across locations like Turkey, France, and Florida. Weapons wise, it's your standard GTA fair. While not near as great and polished as the GTA games, this game can be a blast to play because of all the bugs and ridiculous glitches that can happen. I found myself shaking my head on numerous occasions. Worth a shot if you like games that are so bad they are good.
This video says it all when Atari KNEW they had a bomb on their hands when they pushed it out the door way too early as a buggy, glitchy, broken mess. So the best course of action they knew was to pay for perfect scores from the top magazines of the day and when the s*** hit the fan, hire a PR company to be very obvious corporate shills defending the game against criticism on forums. This was in the days way before social media, so it got buried, along with much of the evidence that it happened.