Runaway A Road Adventure ISO
The story in Runaway follows Brian Basco, a recent college graduate based on the East Coast who's looking to continue his studies out West. Brian takes off on a road trip so he can begin a postgraduate stint at UC Berkeley, but he doesn't even make it out of town before his plans are reduced to shambles by a collision with damsel in distress named Gina. Brian's big heart demands that he help Gina, who is not surprisingly being pursued by some jackbooted mafiosi, and together they take off to flee the thugs and also discover the secret of a mysterious artifact entrusted to Gina by her slain secret-agent father. If this setup sounds a little far-fetched, it is, but as you wend your way through the plot, you'll find a fair number of interesting places and people, as well as some unexpected twists (especially toward the end). Overall, the story is pretty evenly paced and should satisfy all but the most discriminating gamers.
You will slowly mold your vehicle into a finely tuned racing machine,
capable of taking anything on the streets, but it won to be easy.
There are many other racers out there with these same aspirations,
willing to do whatever it takes to get the checkered flag.
The player will still be able to disassemble, repair, and upgrade their
vehicle part by part. From bumpers to sway bars nearly every possible
part that is found on an actual vehicle will not only be present in L.A.
Street Racer, but removable, damageable, and upgradeable.
A detailed city will resemble the feeling of Los Angeles, with diversified
roadways, corners, and intersections that made the dynamic street races