Developer: Luxoflux, Underground Development
Publisher: Activision , Aspyr
Mode: Single-player video game , Action-adventure game
Platforms: PlayStation 2, Xbox, Microsoft Windows, GameCube, Mobile game, Java, Java Platform, Micro Edition
Initial release date: November 16, 2005
Awards: VGX Award for Best Supporting Male Performance, VGX Award for Best Supporting Female Performance
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True Crime: New York City is a 2005 open world action-adventure video game developed by Luxoflux for PlayStation 2, Xbox and GameCube. It was ported to Microsoft Windows by Aspyr, and to mobile by Hands-On Mobile. It was published on all systems by Activision. The PlayStation 2, Xbox and GameCube versions were released in November 2005, the PC version in March 2006, and the mobile version in March 2007. It is the second entry in the True Crime franchise, after the 2003 True Crime: Streets of LA.
, Activision scrapped the direct sequel and put plans for future True Crime games on hold. In 2007, they hired United Front Games to develop an open world game set in Hong Kong. By 2009, this game had become True Crime: Hong Kong. However, in 2011, the game was canceled. The publishing rights were picked up by Square Enix several months later, and True Crime: Hong Kong was ultimately released as Sleeping Dogs, which has no connection to the True Crime series. In 2014, Activision dropped the True Crime trademark completely.