Hier is wat stuff
Of course, everyone knows that London was the place to be in the Sixties, so it's no surprise to see that decade plundered for the backdrop to the action. Back then, the Krays (craftily re-christened The Twins here) and their cronies ruled the East End and you start this game as a low-ranking mob lackey. You must dash around the city taking phone calls that inform you of your tasks - the daily grind of vehicle hijacks, drug trafficking, gangland killings...
The missions aren't usually too taxing, but the difficulty comes when trying to complete your work while avoiding the attentions of the rozzers. Nicking the odd car doesn't really bother the filth too much, but bump off a bad guy in broad daylight, for example, and your 'Wanted Rating' goes up and soon you'll hear those Panda car sirens. Get caught by the fuzz and you'll lose your weapons and some points as well as fail the mission, which doesn't make you popular with the boss.
The underlying game, however, is unchanged. For all the controversy that surrounded its release, Grand Theft Auto: London was, and is, far less offensive than say, Carmageddon II (zombies or no). The amoral attitude towards crime has its antidote in the fact that the police are victorious far more often than the criminals. So if you enjoyed Grand Theft Auto and need another fix, this will be just what you're looking for.
Lees hier verder. De score was trouwens 85%