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Using an improved version of the Crash Time: Autobahn Pursuit game engine developed for Mercedes-Benz World Racing,[4] Synetic also developed a "pathfinder" system to allow AI controlled vehicles to choose their own route to a destination, so that no two pursuits are the same. According to Andreas Leicht, product manager at Synetic, creating the "pathfinder" system was the most difficult and time-consuming part of the development cycle.[4] The scenery runs at a polygon count of 1,200,000 triangles per scene[4] with a damage model based on physical impulses during a collision, in which the vertex basis is deformed. Also, visual damage to the animated model is triggered if the deformation exceeds specified limits, meaning that the cars not only deform but that parts can break and fall off.[4]

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There was praise for the crashes,[7] and it has been noted that the explosions are poor, but their resulting debris is a nice touch. Francis Clarke of AceGamez stated that the graphics are not acceptable for a modern game with textures not standing up to scrutiny and a clipping effect when driving through fields.[13] There has been criticism that the vehicles in the game pop-up, which is emphasised by the speed at which the player is travelling.[6]

On February 27, 2009, IGN reported that a sequel to Crash Time: Autobahn Pursuit is to be released for under the names Crash Time: Burning Wheels in Europe and Crash Time 2 in the United Kingdom. This game will feature more open world environments where the first game is more linear.[14] An overhead map will be included for the first time in the series, as demonstrated in the demo available on Xbox Live Marketplace.[15] New escort missions have been confirmed by the Entertainment Software Rating Board (ESRB), as has the feature that "players can drive onto a field and plow into cows, which shatter into 'cartoony' t-bone steaks upon impact". The ESRB has also commented on mentions of drugs, prostitution and one instance of sexual innuendo in reference to the new escort style missions.[16] Crash Time 2 was released on Xbox 360 in Europe on 27 November 2008,[17] and on Steam on 27 August 2009.[18]

At the 2009 Tokyo Game Show, the trailer for Crash Time III (known as Crash Time: Highway Nights in the US) premiered,[19] This game features over 200 km of roads and over 32 km of playable environments, and the player has the chance to choose their own way to proceed through missions, for example instead of simply blocking off an opponent the player can choose to immobilise the vehicle in order to complete the mission. The story follows the pursuit and investigation into a terrorist unit. Crash Time 3 features night time missions for the first time in the series.[20] A single player demo was released on Xbox Live Marketplace on 9 December 2009.[21] Crash Time 3 was released on Steam on 25 November 2009,[20] and on Xbox 360 in Europe on 27 November 2009.Also available on cloud-based gaming - Onlive

Crash Time 4: The Syndicate was launched in 2010 featuring new gameplay and plot.[citation needed] Set in the city of Cologne, Crash Time 4 initially impressed with an Xbox 360 demo well received but was marred by negative critic reviews and a delayed-release date outside of Germany. This game is the best selling game in the series.

Crash Time 4: The Syndicate is the eighth game based on the German TV series Alarm für Cobra 11. Once again the player takes the role of Ben Jäger and Semir Gerkhan to cause a lot of explosions in the city based on Cologne. Well, the goal is actually to monitor and neutralise a criminal syndicate which wants to take over the city. The player spends the whole time in his car; even the cutscenes consist only of voiceovers and shots of the vehicle.

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And surprisingly, that video also highlights one of the main problems Crash Time 4 has. In a series that places such a focus on enormous, explosive, expensive accidents, it, sadly, doesn't make enough of the crashes. Previous Crash Time games featured an instant replay function, where you could press a button and leap into a viewing mode, where you could rewind time and position the camera, letting you point it at interesting subjects before playing back the crash you'd just accidentally caused, often with hilarious results. But what always let the viewing mode down was that there was no way of saving replays, no way of immortalising what a terrible driver you were, and sharing it with the world. We were hoping the game's developers, Synetic, would build on the viewing mode for Crash Time 4, and add the ability to save replays, and position the cameras with more accuracy and more ease - but instead, it's disappeared entirely. It's disappointing to have to start this review on a sour note, as the Crash Time games are one of our favourite franchises here at Everybody Plays, so let's move swiftly on.

With the roughneck engaged, you've got two choices. You can either take down the criminal as quickly as possible, getting him off the street for the time being, or you can tail him to find out where he's off to. The Syndicate have a vast number of hide-outs around the city, where they all meet up to scheme, plot, and generally do bad things. If you find one of these locations, the Syndicate will "abandon" that hideout - which is good for you, as it chips away at the syndicate's power - although we're not actually sure if it has any effect on where the Syndicate members appear in Cologne.

When it comes to making the arrest, the adrenaline really starts to kick in, as you narrowly dodge cars, weave your way through traffic, and generally act like you're taking part in one of the great car chases. When you have to bring things to an end, though, there are three different tactics you can take: You can nudge the opponent's rear end, and spin it round, knocking the car off the road using the popular pit manoeuvre, and then block their escape by parking your vehicle in front of theirs, or, if you're unsuccessful (or just a bit violent), you can trash your opponents vehicle by crashing into it repeatedly like some kind of street-based demolition derby. The third choice is both the quickest and most awkward way of taking them out, and involves shooting your opponents car a number of times until they yield. If you can deal with the rather haphazard aiming you can finish the chase in a matter of seconds, although it's one of the more boring ways of dealing with the suspect. More often than not, in real life, the take down will be a mixture of the first two, as you ram your enemy as hard as you possibly can, sending them barrel rolling down the road, before ending up lodged on their side against a wall.

Unfortunately, though, while the earlier games have offered a long, story driven single player mode, with varied objectives, that's pretty much all there is to Crash Time 4's single player. With the exception of the dozen or so initial missions introducing you to the Syndicate and your informers, and the final mission that ties the story up, the vast majority of your time is spent chasing and arresting villains who just pop up on the street - an activity that, in the previous game, was an aside to the rest of the story. When you're not taking down baddies, most of the extra-curricular activities you can take part in actually appear to have been designed to encourage you to explore their accurately modelled Cologne (even if most of it isn't all that accurate) - (to make your job easier, you can enlist the help of a number of informants (who you have to seek out around the town), and set up hundreds of CCTV cameras is designated spots along the streets, that will highlight Syndicate members on your map when they pass by.

Unfortunately, the game isn't terribly good at explaining how you go about doing all this, and so your child may well get frustrated when they initially pick things up. Learning where to go, what to do and which buttons to press at the start of the game can be confusing for adults, yet alone younger children. Once they've got over the initial hurdle, though, and can understand what to do (possibly with your assistance), Crash Time 4 is a game that certainly plays itself up to kids, through the sheer ridiculousness and over the top nature of the crashes you can, and are actually asked, to get yourself into, as you attempt to take the Syndicate down.

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