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Narc - Microsoft Xbox

Publisher:Midway Games  ?              No-Intro:N/A
Developer:Point of View  ?              GoodName:N/A
Year:Unknown              TOSEC:N/A
Category:Fighting              MAME:N/A
Game Manual:Download              Game Music:
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In game image of Narc on the Microsoft Xbox.
In Game
Title screen of Narc on the Microsoft Xbox.
Title Screen
Box cover for Narc on the Microsoft Xbox.
Box back cover for Narc on the Microsoft Xbox.
Box Back
Artwork on the CD for Narc on the Microsoft Xbox.
Advert for Narc on the Microsoft Xbox.
(Nintendo NES Version)
Game map for Narc on the Microsoft Xbox.
(Sinclair ZX Spectrum Version)

Narc TV Commercial:

NARC is a 3rd-person shooter that has the player tracking the distribution of the deadly new narcotic "Liquid Soul" across two different cities in Asia and the U.S.A. The player controls one of two characters - Narcotics detective Jack Forezenski (voiced by Michael Madsen), or D.E.A. agent Marcus Hill (voiced by Bill Belamy). Both are led by Narcotics chief Joe Kowalski (voiced by Ron Pearlman), and the player switches between the two as the story unfolds.

As an undercover cop, players are free to roam the streets and dispense justice at their discretion. Aside from storyline missions, players can encounter 12 types of randomized street crimes and stop them to boost their "badge rating" (loosely, a measure of their trust within the police). Players can likewise flash their badge around to cause perps to surrender or run. Criminals that resist must be beaten in a small "struggle" minigame to get cuffed. Players can also arrest alleyway drug dealers and deposit their drugs safely at the station.

Alternatively, the player can beat up drug dealers for their cash and stash, then sell the drugs to civilians for income. The player can also use the drugs themselves for temporary beneficial effects (ecstasy keeps enemies from attacking, speed makes you run and shoot faster, etc.) at the cost of badge points and the potential to become addicted. Excessive use of force against innocent civilians, or selling drugs to other undercover cops, result in major losses of badge points.

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