Police Stories Goes On-Duty This September

Heading to the Switch this September 19th is Police Stories, a top-down shooter that will see players in the roles of on-duty police officers, going through the routine of a everyday cop and trying to handle dangerous situations with strategy and persuasion instead of gunfire.

You’ll be designing your loadout with various equipment, coordinating with your partner, issuing orders, and firing warning shots, for example. Despite being a shooter, the actual shooting is secondary to your tactical skills as an officer:

 

Live through the story of John Rimes, a stone-cold no-nonsense police officer – and his new partner, a loud-mouthed & brash rookie cop Rick Jones. The game follows the daily grind of two partners and friends – and what happens when they go against criminal forces bigger than they could imagine.

Features:

? The Surrender System. Apprehend the suspects without resorting to violence. Use a multitude of options or fire a warning shot to make them submit!
? Tactical orders. Issue orders to your fellow officer to coordinate your actions!
? Randomised positions and behaviour. Random elements help to always keep the tension up and boost the replayability of the game.
? End-of-the-line tactical equipment. Under-the-door cameras, door blast charges, sensor grenades — these are only some of the available options.
? Various types of lawbreakers. From small petty criminals to well organised gangs and terrorists — each type has not only unique weapons, but different behaviour and shooting proficiency.
? Online and local Co-op. Take your tactical gameplay to the next level by playing with your friend!
? Thrilling criminal drama. Engaging story of two buddies — John Rimes and Rick Jones, — and their stand against the criminal world.

The game will be available for $14.99USD on the eShop.

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