Life as a New York cop can’t be easy, but in Beat Cop Console Edition, you’ll at least get the chance to lay down the law… one ticket at a time.
Released today on Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PS4, is Beat Cop Console Edition. Creation duties have been upheld on this one by the small Polish indie team at Pixel Crow with the publishers at 11 bit Studio helping make launch a reality.
Priced up at £12.49 on Xbox One, Beat Cop Console Edition drops you into 1980s New York, playing out life as Jack Kelly, a former detective who is in the frame for murder. With your new boss not caring two jots about what happens in your life, you’ll have to help Kelly find out who framed him, all as he continues to go about delivering tickets and uncovering every stone in this crime-fuelled city.
Multiple endings will conclude the non-linear story that Kelly is able to tell and with many puzzles to investigate, and the whole ’80s cop show moving along with plenty of humour filled opportunities in tow, you can be sure that Beat Cop Console Edition on Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PS4 will provide a ton of entertainment.
The Xbox Store, Nintendo eShop or PlayStation Store will sort you out with the required warrant, just so long as you are prepared to stump up the cash asked. On the face of it, a purchase of Beat Cop Console Edition is a bit of a no-brainer, but our hunting down our full review in the days ahead should allow for full confirmation.
Oh, and if you aren’t sold by the written word, then the trailer below will definitely ensure you won’t want to miss this pixel art adventure. It’s utterly brilliant.
New York, more like a beast than a city. Explore it’s darkest corners and uncover its secrets as Jack Kelly, a former detective who has been framed for a murder. Degraded and forgotten by old pals, it’s your last chance to find the truth behind this whole terrible mess. The thing is, your new boss treats you like shit, your wife is a money sucking spawn from hell and the local mafia wants your head on a plate. I guess you could say, that things are complicated down here, in the middle of Brooklyn. Oh, and don’t forget about writing tickets, reprimanding pedestrians & such. You’re a beat cop after all.