APB (All Points Bulletin) is an upcoming massively multiplayer online video game for Microsoft Windows. based in urban sprawls and featuring two sides, Enforcers and the Criminals. Players may join either the Enforcers or the Criminals, and form sub-groups in these. The game design is led by David Jones, creator of the original Grand Theft Auto and Crackdown, and is being developed by Realtime Worlds. It is due to be released on June 29 2010 in North America, followed by a July 1 release in Europe and July 2 in the United Kingdom.
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Currently installing the game. Can't wait ...although I hear a lot of people saying it sucks.
Last edited by OG_Monkey; 05-10-2010 at 10:57 PM.
From what I've seen, it looks alright.
Anyway, I'm downloading it. We'll have to try and meet up if we can.
I'm in the beta and I'm disappointed, especially the targeting system, I would have thought it would be more creative like crackdown.
Can't even get in at the moment, been at the "connecting to district server" screen for about 10 minutes.
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Nevermind, got in straight away at the second attempt. Played it for about an hour, I quite liked it.
What didn't you like about the targetting system, Warboy? It seemed like a pretty standard system for a TPS to me.
are they shooting out water?
when the bullet hits the surface, it looks like water.
I hadn't even watched that video. I'll have to see if it's like that in the game later.
I dunno, I don't really think you should have a lock-on system on an online game, at least for shooting.
Shooting somebody in a moving car is pretty easy, lock-on would make it far too easy. Should be about skill, not who can lock on to the enemy the quickest and spam the fire button.
This game looks pretty unique, but I hate paying fees for MMO's.
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