gameplay could be described as an evil hybrid of Lara Croft
mixed well and truly in with some blade runner for style. You
have to explore vast cities in the day, night, rain and even
fog while trying to solve various crimes that pop up along the
way. A neat radar coupled with your players Lara Croft style
movement helps you move around the cities and get to your destinations.
Not to mention you can also drive cars and join in police chases,
fun all around.
the way opportunities to get new weaponry and information are
present by the ability to talk to NPCs who roam near various
crime scenes as well as all over the city in droves. This neat
combination of talking to people, looking around crime scenes,
solving sub plots that come up along the 30 main missions and
of course fighting help to make Urban Chaos more enthralling
than your average adventure/action game.
for a surprise
wise and UC is a little less desirable, feeling a little like
opening a flick knife the wrong way you will often find the
controls to be a little worrying and limited. The movements
of the character on anything other than running are less than
pleasing; memories of 'The Nomad Soul' come running back all
to quickly. There aren't that many keys to remember as such
but then they don't feel right, you tap kick and your character
moves unrealistically and does a kind of sharp chopping action.