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- Based on the hit 70s TV show, you'll drive through Bay City while shooting crooks with your. 357 Magnum
- High-speed driving and shooting action through 18 episodes -- and try to keep the audience TV entertained, or your show will be cancelled
- Explore over 150 miles and collect explosive power-ups that add to the excitement, as you patrol Bay City
- Thrilling two-player cooperative gaming -- one shoots while the other drives
- Voiceovers by TV show regular Huggy Bear
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- The only game that truly captures the action and excitement of the hugely successful TV series "Starsky & Hutch"
- Over 25 square miles of free-roaming driving action in "Bay City"- the actual city from the Starsky & Hutch TV series has been meticulously reproduced in stunning detail.
- Addictive mission-based driving and shooting gameplay
- Variety of control methods - steering wheel driving and lightgun shooting at the same time is possible - in either one or two player mode!
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In fact, the game isn't about earning points or getting kills. It's about keeping the ratings high. If you drive around without doing much of anything, the ratings fall away. If you do fantastic stunts and flips while chasing the bad guy, your ratings soar.
There are fun comic-style cut scenes, but the actual action is in a vice city style realism. The car - the authentic Zebra 3 - handles wonderfully and really immerses you into the TV show world. You can drive and shoot at the same time, chasing down bad guys and solving crimes.
The map is huge, with no intermediate loading times at all. They claim there are 25 square miles of map here for you to roam around, and it's quite detailed.
If you're looking for a really complex game, you might want to rent this one first to make sure it's for you. There's no building up of characters or strategic thought involved. You're just racing, stunting, shooting and having fun. But if that's the game you enjoy, definitely buy a copy! The price is rather low, and it will give you weeks of fun!
Can shoot while you drive
Drive though things like tables, rails, ect.
Different weapons you can get
2 player 1-shoot 1-drive
Can use steering wheel or light gun
Can peel out and do doughnuts.
Can somewhat get old fast.
The comments Starsky & Hutch make get old very fast.
You can only do damage when crosshair is Red
Suspects take forever to beat.
I just got it tonight and it got somewhat old, but don't get me wrong it is fun. If you like games like Driver, Grandtheft Auto you will like it or else I think you will. Hey but for 20 bucks or cheaper you should by it.
Not expecting much, after playing the demo I immediately could tell this game had potential to be a very fun game, and right I was! For a measley $20, I also recieved a Starsky And Hutch "LP" for free, and enjoyed a game with quite a bit of replayability and adrenaline pumping action.
Playing the solo version is fluid, intuitive and fun. You car handles wonderfully and the the cinematic jumps, explosions and auto-aiming shooting function works great. As far as shooting while driving, it's not about aiming, but your timing in regards to when you pull the trigger. When your recticle turns red, you get a critical hit and a bump in VR points. When it's yellow on an enemey target, you still do damage but not nearly as much.
You have to earn so many police "badges" of a specific level to move on to the next "season." And by collecting "Huggy Cards" in missions and various weapon power-up's, and achieving particular final VR ratings new modes open up for you in the game. Free roam is fairly bland but worthwhile as you simply collect badges placed around town and in many instances require you to make stunt jumps to get them. You have to do this without running out of VR points, and are rewarded VR points for collecting each one. The "TV Episode" mode is a lot of fun, consisting of things like races where you try and take out other cars and of course avoid the citizens and scenery as you go...but it doesn't mean you can't be a little reckless as the game is fairly forgiving and the controls are excellent.
The Havok engine looks good and the graphics do a great job of providing realistic physics and nice explosions and an immersive, big city to drive around in.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
What a great game. I never saw Starsky and Hutch when I was a kid, but this game was so amazing that I had to watch it.Published 6 months ago by jr
You must play with a guncon and steering wheel! I suggest you get a friend too because I've only tried it solo which is really difficult. Read morePublished on April 13, 2014 by stupid
I bought this game along with a few others. When I played it, I was hooked! I have not even played all of my other games. Read morePublished on October 12, 2012 by Tintin Fan
This game is just bad all around.Bad gameplay,Bad graphics,Bad storyline,Bad voice acting.Just BAD! It really does suck! Hands down,the worst PS2 game I have ever played.Published on June 18, 2012 by Ishmael
I bought this game for my kids. I remembered Starsky and Hutch from television when I was a kid. This follows them in their Ford Gran Torino through 3 seasons. Read morePublished on August 23, 2008 by K.W.