Cops 2170: The Power of Law Goes Gold
Montreal, Canada. December 9, 2004. Strategy First, Game Factory Interactive and MiST land - South are pleased to announce that the colorful hybrid of tactical strategy and RPG elements, COPS 2170: The Power of Law, has gone gold. Release is scheduled for the end of January, 2005.

“In COPS 2170: The Power of Law, players have the power to decide what type of Cop they want to be. They must choose their allies and enemies carefully in order to restore ‘control and harmony’ to a rapidly deteriorating metropolis,” says Jay Podilchuk, the Producer at Strategy First.

“One feature that players will appreciate is the option to play in either the first or third person view. With the ability to look at a scenario from a different angle, players can really broaden their perspective of a particular scene,” says Vitaly Shutov, President of MiST land - South.

About COPS 2170: The Power of Law
You take on the role of rookie cop, Katrin, as she patrols the mean streets of a futuristic, cyberpunk metropolis. Katrin is a beautiful, young, police academy graduate who is an excellent student and exceptional athlete. Unbeknownst to Katrin, her recent assignment concerning a series of terror attacks is about to propel her into the path of an evil genius. The city streets she is fighting to protect are unlike any modern day metropolis. The government implants cyber links into newborns, marking them with a unique ID in order to ensure complete control, watching over everything for the “safety of the public.”

COPS 2170: The Power of Law features stunning 3D environments ranging from cramped private quarters to sprawling city streets, all filled with more than 60 NPCs. As Katrin, players can recruit up to seven of their fellow officers, and use a large arsenal of weaponry and equipment—including a scanner, rifles, and machine guns—to win large-scale battles against the city’s criminal masterminds. Missions vary from suppressing small-scale riots to challenging the security staff of a massive yet corrupt corporation. Each mission can be accomplished using a variety of strategies, giving the player multiple paths to victory and hours of exciting gameplay.

· A large, living, futuristic world with more than 60 NCPs
· 200 quests to keep the player moving along the non-linear story
· The ability to put together a team of eight agents with different specializations
· Limitless character development possibilities
· 14 large detailed maps that offer numerous tactical possibilities
· A large arsenal of lethal weapons
· Numerous vehicles from police cars to heavy space marine tanks
· Top quality sound effects and music enhancing the cyberpunk mood
· 3D game world with astonishing special effects
· User-friendly interface and easy camera control with full rotation and zoom

COPS 2170: The Power of the Law will be available for purchase at all major retailers at a suggested retail price of $39.99. Rated Teen by ESRB. For more information on COPS 2170: The Power of Law please visit the official game website: or

About MiST land - South
MiST land - South was formed in 2003 and includes a young, dynamic development team that has years of experience in developing games. The main office is based in Zelenograd (Russian Silicon Valley). At this time, the company has completed COPS 2170: The Power of Law and is working on three big projects which include: Jagged Alliance 3D (Q2 2005 release), ALFA: Antiterror (Q1 2005 release), and Warfare: Desert Winds (Q4 2005 release). Further information on MiST land - South and its products can be found at

About Strategy First
Strategy First Inc. is a leading developer and worldwide publisher of entertainment software for the PC. Founded in 1990, the company has grown rapidly, publishing major games in the industry and simultaneously developing its own in-house titles such as O.R.B. and Disciples II. After winning numerous awards for games such as Disciples: Sacred Lands, Kohan: Immortal Sovereigns, Steel Beasts, Galactic Civilizations, and Jagged Alliance, Strategy First continues to push the gaming envelope with its own groundbreaking titles, while maintaining its reputation as a unique alternative for independent developers seeking to market their games to a worldwide audience. .
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