- Calling All Cars
- Sub Genre:
- Vehicular Combat
- Release Date (US):
- May 10th, 2007
- Release Date (UK):
- June 22nd, 2007
- Online Players:
- Incog Inc. Entertainment
- Sony Computer Entertainment
- E [Everyone]
- PSU Rank:
- 201 of 1167 Games
- PSU Rank on PSN:
- 11 of 0 Games
- Additional Information:
- Available exclusively on the PlayStation Network
About Calling All Cars
Developed by David Jaffe, Calling All Cars is one of the first games to be released on the PS3 arcade. Calling All Cars is a stylish cops and robbers game, in which you zoom around a map in a car, attempting to catch criminals. This title is also known as Criminal Crackdown.
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Calling All Cars is simply fun.
- Perfect balancing creates a simple, truly fun experience.
- Cell-shaded graphics and goofy audio are a bonus.
- Multiplayer modes are worth the $9.99 alone.
- A few more levels wouldn't have hurt.
- Single player doesn't have much depth.
If Calling All Cars has to be summed up in a single word, that word would be, without a doubt, “fun". And that's exactly what David Jaffe, known for the awe-inspiring God of War, wants it to be. The gaming masses were taken-aback when he announced he was done with big games, but after playing Calling All Cars we hope it stays that way. Developed by Incognito Entertainment and published by Sony Computer Entertainm...
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Calling All Cars News
Hit PlayStation Network title, Calling All Cars, could soon be a multi-platform game. David Jaffe creation is now expected for the PlayStation Portable, complete with online multiplayer mode. Leaked by highly popular UK magazine, PSP: The Official Guidebook, development on the title is now in th...
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