Police Tactics: Imperio
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Developer: CyberphobX Ltd.
Publisher: astragon Entertainment
Genres: Simulation, Strategy
16 years later, there is no longer any sign of what had happened. IMPERIO has returned and flooded the urban area with its criminal activities. The unthinkable happens when the mayor puts on a large banquet to present his future strategy against organized crime, which has been on the rise for months. During the presentation, a shady man draws a weapon and shoots at the mayor. Bullets fly; glass shatters and panic breaks out everywhere. At first, all that can be seen is the mayor lying on the ground. Next to him, police chief Michael Reese, riddled with bullets. He saved the mayor's life and paid with his own. The killer has escaped unidentified.
In POLICE TACTICS: IMPERIO you play as Harvey Croft and take on the vacant office of the police chief. You are responsible for upholding law and order in Newport Falls. Coordinate the emergency vehicles and personnel of the municipal precinct and put a stop to crime. Make sure that no crime goes unpunished and convict the perpetrators! You are the first line of defense in the fight against organized crime. You must prevent crime from prevailing and take out the big fish before it's too late. Collect and examine a wide range of evidence and protect your city before it sinks into a swamp of crime. Use your police units to their full potential. Train and deploy crime scene investigators, special units, police officers and detectives. Manage your headquarters and make best use of your budget to ensure the best standards of law enforcement and hazard defense.
With increasing success in the fight against organized crime, you will take on greater responsibility and unlock new areas, units and enhancements. Solve exciting cases, investigate capital offenses and prevent everyday misdemeanors. Will you be able to complete your father's lifework and put IMPERIO in its place once and for all?
Police Tactics: IMPERIO - Release Trailer [EN]
Police Tactics: Imperio may not offer the coolest concept, but it could work as a fun strategy title. The problem is that it isn't, and while at first it may seem that the boring micromanagement and subpar UI are the main flaws here, in reality, it's the fact that this has a severe lack of content, and feels the same from beginning to end - which won't exactly take long to reach.