He's all human, just plain gristle, flesh an' blood like you and me, but he acts like a machine. He spends most of his time gunning down people with a machine rifle, turning them into puddles of slimy gunge right in the middle of the floor so you can't get them off with Flash. He's big, he's got lots of guns and scientists have discovered that he has absolutely NO BRAIN. Well, whaddya expect?
So what does this robo-cop... I mean, Technocop geezer do with his life then?
He goes after known criminals and brings 'em back dead or alive, that's what. Each mission has two parts. First off, you drive to a villain's hideout, picking off enemy vehicles with your side-mounted cannon and generally hogging (oink, oink) the road.
Made it? Right then, off you go along corridors, up and down lifts, looking for the very nasty bloke in question. Shoot or net everybody that gets in your way and when you find the baddy, GET HIM.
And then you do it all again. Woohoo!
You are the cop of the future. Step aside Robocop, let the real men through. Techy, as he is know to his friends, has to try and get promoted by completing all the missions sent to him whilst he is out driving his spanking red Ferrari around the quaint country roads. Also on the roads are loads of other cars who, Mad Max style, try to run you off the road.
Accept the mission and drive straight to the scene of the crime. The view changes to a side-on one. Your man runs around the nicely detailed buildings. Shoot at people with your fun to turn them into a quivering mess. Shoot them with your net to leave them wriggling on the floor in a white sticky mess.
Graphics are nice and gory, sound is alright and it plays well. A nice bit of fun.
The driving section has been well put together - smooth roadway and nice engine noises. Action inside buildings, reminiscent of Death Wish 3, features exploding bodies that twitch post-mortally. The buildings map out the same, so if you can put up with the tacky, gory graphics it's got plenty of interest.
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