Tokyo Cop

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Video Games

Tokyo Cop is a fast and high-speed police chase that this game's released by Gaelco S.A Games and released in November 2003 in North America and December 2003 for Japan and worldwide. This game's much typically similar to Chase H.Q. from Taito Corporation that this game is a police-chase racing game. Also, it was partnerized by The Game Creator in the foreign countries.

Gameplay

Likewise to this game, it has a steering wheel and a horn at the middle of the steering wheel, like the previous games: Smashing Drive and Gaelco Championship Tuning Race. Unlike many other driving games, it doesn't have the Manual 6-Speed Gear Shift, because it's not totally included to the game that has lackingness of realistic driving, except the Full-Motion Driver's Seat that was included. The player's goal is to: Chase down and get the tracking criminals to arrest them as fast as you can, before the time's running out. There's no checkpoints in this game, until you arrest them all of the criminals. When your time's empty to chase the criminals, you can continue the game until it reaches to 0 ( Zero ) than your game is over. There are official 5 police ranks for this game.

Police Ranks

Likewise your police driving skills are independent from you, here are the ff. police ranks to achieve:

  • Cadet Officer ( The basic police rank from scratch.)
  • Patrolman
  • Sergeant
  • Lieutenant
  • Captain ( The highest rank from this game.)

Police Vehicles

  • Rogue Patrol Car ( The basic car for all ranks respectively.)
  • Lead Patrol Car ( The second car that requires for Patrolman rank or better.)
  • Hidden Patrol Car ( The third car that requires for Sergeant rank or better.)
  • Kanzenna Patrol SUV ( The fourth vehicle that requires for Lieutenant rank or better.)
  • Silver Patrol Car ( The fifth vehicle that require for Captain rank.)
  • Red Hell Patrol Car ( The sixth and the last vehicle that require also for Captain rank.)

Police Agents

  • Isamu ( Male ♂ )
  • Junko ( Female ♀ )
  • Kazu ( Male ♂ )
  • Reika ( Female ♀ )

NOTE: All of those 4 character are playable, likewise to be your favorite character.

Target Locations of the criminals

  • Ginza
  • Hibiya
  • Shinjuku
  • Shibuya

Most Wanted Criminals

( Total all-in-all: 32 Criminals in 4 Locations.)

  • Ginza:
  • HAYATO ( 10% Dangerous )
  • KAZUMA ( 20% Dangerous )
  • MOMOKO ( 30% Dangerous )
  • RAN ( 40% Dangerous )
  • DANGAN ( 50% Dangerous )
  • HITOMI 1 ( 60% Dangerous )
  • HAYABUSA ( 70% Dangerous )
  • KAZUMA ( 80% Dangerous )
  • Hibiya:
  • AKEMI ( 15% Dangerous )
  • KUROKI ( 25% Dangerous )
  • TARO ( 35% Dangerous )
  • CHIGUSA ( 45% Dangerous )
  • RYU ( 55% Dangerous )
  • TETSU ( 65% Dangerous )
  • NANAKO ( 75% Dangerous )
  • NOBORU ( 85% Dangerous )
  • Shinjuku:
  • TSUYOSHI ( 20% Dangerous )
  • ARISA ( 30% Dangerous )
  • SHUN ( 40% Dangerous )
  • TEPPI ( 50% Dangerous )
  • KAZUMI ( 60% Dangerous )
  • TATSURO ( 70% Dangerous )
  • IKKI ( 80% Dangerous )
  • MAKO ( 85% Dangerous )
  • Shibuya:
  • KATSU ( 25% Dangerous )
  • SASUKE ( 35% Dangerous )
  • HITOMI 2 ( 45% Dangerous )
  • GEOMON ( 55% Dangerous )
  • KENSHI ( 65% Dangerous )
  • OHARU ( 75% Dangerous )
  • HOSHI ( 85% Dangerous )
  • MATASABURO ( 90% Dangerous; the BIG BOSS of this game.)

References

1. ^ Main page of Tokyo Cop ( Early 2003–Present ) www.gaelco.es/tokyocop

2. ^ Youtube Videos for Tokyo Cop ( 2010–Present )

3. ^ Gaelco 3D Hardware at System16 for Tokyo Cop; PC Based ( Early 2003–Present )

Exterminal Links

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