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    Police 911

    Game » consists of 5 releases. Released December 2000

    An arcade light-gun shooter with a camera to detect player movement, allowing the player to use body movement to hide behind cover and dodge the (slow-moving) bullets. It was the first video game with fairly accurate full-body motion detection, and probably the only one with a motion-controlled cover system.

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    Police 911, known as The Keisatsukan: Shinjuku Ni Juu Yon Toki (or The Keisatsukan: Shinjuku Cop 24 Hours) in Japan and Police 24/7 in Europe, is a light gun shooter arcade game released by Konami in 2000. It casts the player as either a "one man SWAT team" working for the Tokyo police, or an American police officer of the LAPD, working to take down members of the Gokudo-kai (極道会), an internationally based yakuza group.

    Unlike earlier light gun games, the game was unique for its motion sensing technology, sensing body movement rather than requiring the player to move individual controls; the player's "real world" actions are reflected by the player character within the game. In addition to dodging, it also featured a unique cover system, where the player takes cover by physically ducking for cover rather than pressing a button. The game was ported to the PlayStation 2 video game console in 2001.


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