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Pursuit Force Videos and Trailers - PSP

Game Description:You're in hot pursuit of justice as part of a force empowered to take back the streets by any means necessary. Your squad's name: Pursuit Force. Your enemy: gangs who terrorize the streets of Capitol City. The action is fast and furious in this intense multi-target manhunt that takes you on a dizzying rampage through sprawling urban environments. Relentlessly pursue criminals as you obliterate the speed limit in 150-mph chases. Make death-defying leaps between moving cars. Bring 'em grinding to a halt in a hail of bullets. Close case files then hit the road for more. If you're gonna succeed on this force, your thirst for action better be unquenchable.
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