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'''Police Quest IV: Open Season''' was the fourth game in the [[Police Quest series]].  It was the first game by ex-LAPD police chief Darryl F. Gates, who would act as the principal consultant for the SWAT series.  Rather than focusing on Sonny Bonds from fictional Lytton, CA, Police Quest IV follows a Los Angeles police homicide detective named John Carey.  He has to investigate a series of murders which seem to be completely random and not connected to each other.
 
'''Police Quest IV: Open Season''' was the fourth game in the [[Police Quest series]].  It was the first game by ex-LAPD police chief Darryl F. Gates, who would act as the principal consultant for the SWAT series.  Rather than focusing on Sonny Bonds from fictional Lytton, CA, Police Quest IV follows a Los Angeles police homicide detective named John Carey.  He has to investigate a series of murders which seem to be completely random and not connected to each other.

Revision as of 12:18, 18 January 2011

Police Quest IV: Open Season
No Screenshot Available
First release 1993
Also known as Police Quest 4
PQ4
Developed by Sierra
Published by Sierra
Distributed by (unknown)
Platforms MS-DOS, Macintosh
Resolution (unknown)
Engine SCI
Support Not supported.
Available for
Purchase
Yes

Police Quest IV: Open Season was the fourth game in the Police Quest series. It was the first game by ex-LAPD police chief Darryl F. Gates, who would act as the principal consultant for the SWAT series. Rather than focusing on Sonny Bonds from fictional Lytton, CA, Police Quest IV follows a Los Angeles police homicide detective named John Carey. He has to investigate a series of murders which seem to be completely random and not connected to each other.

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