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True Crime - Streets of LA Walkthrough
Episode 1 - Triad Violence
1 - Shooting Practice

I think my #1 main note in this entire game is to CHANGE YOUR SOUNDTRACK!! The built in soundtrack is just ONE station and being a musician in a household of musicians it is NOT a soundtrack that works well, repeating over and over, for many hours straight. They really should have given you a choice of MANY stations just like Vice City did. So do yourself a favor. Load up your XBox with a variety of musical selections and sort between them. If you're not on an XBox, turn off the "radio music" completely and play your own stereo while you play. It will save you HUGE headaches later on.

You get to choose your own license plate, which is cool, and one of the first things you see in the game is your own license plate on your car. You are Nicholas Kang Wilson. This is his (your) story. You begin at the LAPD ballistic facility.

You meet up with George, who is played wonderfully by the master actor Christopher Walken. If you haven't seen Christopher in a movie yet it is well worth renting them.

You're just training with your guns in this episode. You have to keep shooting at targets to blow them up completely. You always get unlimited ammo with pistols which is a bit unrealistic but quite nice.

Now you meet up with "Chief", acted by CCH Pounder. You learn that the triad is acting up. Nick is suspended right now, but you learn about the EOD - Elite Operations Division.

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