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Equal parts engrossing and buggy, Police Simulator: Patrol Officers is a couple of bug-squashing patches away from being a truly great simulator on console. Even so, Brighton and its exceedingly criminal citizenry are still worth protecting and serving, especially for fans of the genre.

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Police Simulator has the player take on the role of a police officer in the American municipality of Brighton. The game itself occurs in 3rd person with the police officer required to go patrol on foot and by car, either in single player or online co-op.

The game-play picks up after a few hours. Some shifts under your police belt will unlock a patrol car and the ability to do more than play traffic warden. Now you can drive to the scene of car wrecks, call ambulances for injured people, interview the involved parties and write tickets, if necessary.

Arriving at the scene of a multi-car crash to determine who was responsible involves talking to each driver, checking his or her ID, conducting a breath-analyzing blood-alcohol test and checking their documents, and calling a tow truck for damaged vehicles. They might have an expired license, no insurance or invalid registration. Looking someone up on the police computer can give further insight, letting you see their violation history and whether they have any active warrants.

"Police Simulator: Patrol Officers" is probably the best police simulator on the market, but that doesn't mean this is a 10/10 game. Publisher Astragon Entertainment (with other niche titles such as "Bus Simulator," "Construction Simulator" and "Firefighting Simulator") is not an AAA studio. It lacks the polish and extensive size of a game like "Grand Theft Auto V." There are a lot of visual glitches and bugs that can be pretty serious and hamper enjoyment, ranging from getting stuck and having to reset your character's location, to not being able to end a shift at the end of a day and losing hard-earned experience (and consequently wasting your time).

It's less "Lethal Weapon" and more, well, there probably isn't a good comparison: If a TV show or movie portrayed the daily activities of a patrol officer, it'd probably get canceled for being too boring. As a general rule, simulators aim for a pretty chill, relaxing experience, trying to strike a balance between progression and the repetition of tedious tasks.

Simulators set out to do one thing: simulate their given subject. Let's be honest, most do their job admirably in delivering the mundane, dull gameplay that one would expect from such a simulator. Put it this way, nobody is going into Farming Simulator expecting a hillbilly shootout on the old McGregor ranch. But a game that simulates law enforcement? C'mon, it's ripe for a bit of excitement, something that the simulation genre could do with a good dose of.

Interactions with the public are very basic and a far cry from the investigations in the far superior police simulator, L.A Noire. And, yes, I know L.A Noire is not a police simulator, but that should tell you something.

The city of Brighton is dull, generic, and not really much fun to move around in, whether that's awkwardly running around on foot or haphazardly driving the cars that handle like reject shopping trolleys. It's a bit of an eyesore, too, especially when traveling at speed in a police car. Citizens, cars, and other objects will pop in aggressively, furthering the feeling of the game being a bit cheap. Character animations are quite poor, too, though I had to laugh at my own character; moving the left stick while the run toggle was on resulted in him moving in a mock slow-motion fashion. In a game with not much going for it, I had to take the small joyous moments where I could.

As far as simulators go, it's not the worst. To the game's credit, it does offer the dull, mundane day-to-day routine that a lot of actual police officers call a career. If you want to spend hours writing tickets and slowly progressing in a meaningless career in law enforcement, you can do it here without the risk of being vilified on social media. But it could have been so much more had the systems in play been deeper and more robust, not to mention, fun. Instead, Police Simulator: Patrol Officers is a bit of a buggy mess that feels half-baked and not ready for patrol just yet. Back to the academy with this one.

DESCRIPTIONExperience the exciting day-to-day life of an US police officer in Police Simulator: Patrol Duty. Discover a large, lively and freely-accessible US city powered by Unreal Engine 4 and ensure the safety in your district. Record traffic accidents, search for stolen vehicles and arrest criminals. Support other police officers at traffic checkpoints, flag down speeders and write them up. Stop and check every citizen or car you want and enforce the law. Pay attention to fugitive suspects and chase them on foot or by car with lights flashing and sirens blaring. Investigate crime scenes, interrogate witnesses and search for evidence.

Get behind the wheel of three realistically recreated police vehicles with functional cockpits and use the in-car-computer to identify wanted suspects and stolen vehicles. Start with a typical police sedan and change to an all-terrain SUV and a fast police muscle car while you progress in the game. Use the siren to stop cars or to pave your way through heavy traffic in an emergency. If you crash or damage your car, you will not only have visible crash deformations, the handling of the car will also become more difficult.

Autobahn Police Simulator (Autobahn Polizei Simulator in German) is a police driving simulation game developed by Z-Software and published by Aerosoft GmbH.[1][2][3] The sequel version of the game was released on December 7, 2017.

You can patrol through the streets of Brighton as a team - and protect your city, together. You can resolve accidents together. You can drive through the streets in a police car together. You can hand out parking tickets together.

Welcome to Brighton! Join the police force of this fictitious American city and experience the day to day life of a police officer. Start with citing violations and giving out parking tickets, then work your way towards shouldering more responsibilities. Be part of the community of Brighton, get to know your neighborhood and handle daily police work to fight crime during your shift. Always be tough, but fair: respect the law and gain more experience to unlock more neighborhoods, districts and duties.

This is a shame too because, as I say, the fundamentals are really damn good. Patrolling the autobahn, doing random checks, investigating accidents, getting promoted and everything else. Living the life of a police officer is kind of unique and refreshing in a video game. There is a decent amount of variety here in your actions as a police officer but the game is swamped by poor optimisation of the most basic of technical mechanics. The asking price is just not worth it. Now, I did get a note from the promoter saying that this version is going to be updated over the summer with new features and bug fixes. Honestly, if they can optimise this, if they can work on the camera and controls (mainly), if they make the game run smoother on current-gen consoles and if they can fix the game breaking-bugs and glitches, then this could be worth a purchase. Maybe still not at 25-27 though. 15 to 20, at a push, feels more reasonable and that is only if they do fix the basic issues. Autobahn Police Simulator 3 is flawed, frustratingly so too because under those technical problems is a good game that is really worth playing.

Police Simulator takes place in a fictional city as a member of the Brighton Police Department. We begin our careers on foot patrol within a certain area of the city. As we progress, additional areas are unlocked along with car patrols and various types of police calls for service. This is not simply a pull someone over, give them a ticket and let them go type of game. Police Simulator and its developers were clearly vested in making a true to life and accurate representation of the police career. The shifts are 8 hours in length, and can range in the amount of real-life time it takes to complete lasting for 15, 20, 25, 30, 35,45, 60 or 90 minutes.

In this police sim, patrols are done in shifts. This means you can choose the time of day you go out, and whether you are on foot or driving around your district. The goal of each shift is to gain as many Shift Points (SP) points, whilst losing as few Conduct Points (CP) in order to get access to more districts and different equipment and crimes to look out for. SP is earned for successfully detaining subjects for criminal offenses, or attending to and completing different crime scenes or traffic accidents. However, the amount of SP gained can be reduced if too many conduct points are lost. CP can be lost by doing unlawful actions such as committing traffic violations, taking unjustified actions against civilians (ie. arresting/searching without sufficient reason) or by committing police brutality.

Whilst I have no idea what it is like to be an actual police officer, Police Simulator: Patrol Officers gives their version of what it could be like to be a cop. And for the most part, they do so fairly successfully! Whilst the game is still in early access, with seemingly quite a few more major improvements to come, the current offerings from Patrol Officers is enough to keep you entertained for hours on end.

Police Simulator: Patrol Officers gives a fresh take on the sim game genre, simplifying its mechanics for a wider audience. Whilst there are some simpler design choices in some of the animations and character models, Patrol Officers offers an enjoyable experience that is worth giving a shot, especially if you have struggled with other more complex games in the simulator genre!

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