American Laser Games's Drug Wars is the sequel to Crime Patrol, the action thriller game where you had to eliminate criminal elements. Starting as a rookie against gang members, you finished as a member of the SWAT team struggling against terrorists. This time around, another challenge awaits you. In Drug Wars, you must dismantle the drug distribution chain by eliminating every link from local traffickers to drug barons in South America.
The game, as all the previous titles from the company, is based on full motion video and requires all your shooting skills. As villains try to shoot you, you must defend yourself and kill them one by one. Three levels of difficulty are available, but the easiest one is already a tough challenge.
The quality of video footage is average, but good enough to enjoy the action. When playing, you must monitor the number of bullets you have left if you want to stay alive and right click on the bullets to reload your gun. Sometimes, there are innocent people who appear in the scene, and if you shoot one of them, you may lose a life. More than once, you will happen to die in Drug Wars and the continue option will give you an extra chance to complete your task. Ultimately, and only if you proved your shooting skills, you will destroy the drug sources and must capture the drug king.
If you've played Crime Patrol and enjoyed it, you will like Drug wars. It is like a data disk with new characters, new scenes and a lot of action!
Drug Wars is another in the long line of traditional American Laser Games arcade-convertion shooters. It's a straightforward point-and-click game in which you fight the usual gang of not-so-law-abiding citizens in a typically small town.
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