The It used to be that videogames were strictly for twelve year-old boys and forty-seven year-old Trekkies. In our day and age, games for our countless consoles have the potential of becoming almost as popular as motion pictures. With the release of True Crime, a hi-tech, fast action shoot 'em up, the Grand Theft Auto series may have a run for its money. one of the major enjoyments of the game is the fact that no longer must you endure the tacky beeps and blips soundtrack that games like Frogger and Space Invaders once offered. Now, you can cruise down computer generated streets in your shot-up car listening to over twenty of North America's hottest rap and r n' b acts. The gang behind the disc got together the biggest names in the biz including Warren G ("What U Wanna Do"), tyke-rappers Young Billionaires ("Roll Wit Me"), Bizzy Bone (with an ode to the glitzy and glamour-less "Hollywood") and the crème de la crème, Snoop Dogg ("Dance Wit Me"). With a second Streets soundtrack on the way, one can only expect another batch of raw rap tunes for the freestyle aficionado.