Internal Affairs confirmed for PlayStation 2.
Attention to Detail, the third party developer responsible for such high-profile projects as Sydney 2000 and the Rollcage series, has recently revealed information on their latest next-generation pursuit; this time into the world of the elaborate driving simulation. The title is set in fictitious Phoenix Island where gamers will assume the role of one of two characters. The catch in this facet of the title, however, is that the gamer never knows on which side of the moral spectrum each character falls. ATD has shed light on this feature, in turn revealing some fascinating insight. The game's developer hopes that playing the title from each perspective will grant the gamer a better understanding of the storyline. The end goal of the development team is to get the game player to critically analyze each side of the storyline; ultimately understanding the title from the two different perspectives.
ATD also revealed that Internal Affairs will boast episodic follow-ups to the title which are to build on the existing storyline. The additional features are set to be released either from retailers or via download. They will boast new missions and vehicles, but will retain the characters and environments featured in the original title. Internal Affairs, which is projected to hit several next-generation platforms in 2002, will be coming to the PC as well.
12/6/2000 Bryan Keers