Owing an awful lot to the movie 'The Road Warrior'?, Pursuit Force is an action fans dream title. As the lead investigator (assassin) on the Pursuit Force squad, you have been given the bullet ridden task of hunting down and eliminating the five gangs that have laid siege to the Capital City.
Yeah, yeah, yeah, you think you have seen it before, vehicular combat, yadda, yadda, yadda. But wait! There's something more, instead of a mindless combat racing game, the developers at BigBig studios have decided to put a little weight in this title. For starters, it is necessary for you to engage in the insane sport of car jumping while moving at 120 mph. In doing so, you will blow away any bad guy that tries to rock you off the vehicle. Once you have shot the driver of the vehicle you are commandeering, you toss his corpse out the door and rush on to the next one. Am I making any sense here? Good.
Next, the missions in the game will have you racing along a freeway for five minutes while you take out vehicles, then you engage in a scenario where you run around on foot while trading shots with criminals finally ending with a speedboat chase. Now of course this isn't quite how things always go, as the missions vary depending on the gang you are currently running down.
Lastly, the way the game unfolds is pretty cool as you must jump from case docket to case docket which means doing battle against the different gangs in no real order. One mission has you running against the Asian gang while the next has you taking on the escaped criminal gang, and so on and so forth.
It should be mentioned how well this game looks on the PSP, the speeds are incredibly smooth with clear frame rates and you can even experience slow motion as your hero jumps from one car to another while simultaneously shooting your enemies. It's just really flat out good looking.
So for your buck, you would be hard pressed to try and find an action title that spells it out as often and as well as this one. Maybe not for everyone, but action players will eat it right up.