The epic, month long Galindo family killing spree sadly came to an end today. Steve and Natasha, lovers of Gamecube's True Crime: Streets of L.A. to the extent that they even find themselves singing along to all the shitty rap music, were unable to continue their killing spree due to a game rule that states that you cannot move beyond level three without having a positive good cop score. Natasha and Steve's cop score was -350. That's how many people lost their lives in the Galindo family's reign of terror.
Thankfully, there is a street within the game called "Rose Avenue" that, if you take it all the way to the ocean, almost EACH AND EVERY person you see there will have drugs or an illegal weapon on them. It is the perfect place to bolster a bad cop rating or to turn a bright new leaf. After a few hours of arresting the filth and scum of Rose Avenue, the Galindo family, who were once known to drive on the sidewalks and murder indiscriminately, is now the champions of goodness and righteousness with a good cop rating of +72 and climbing. No longer will Natasha Galindo be setting people's cars on fire for no good reason. No longer will Steve Galindo be blocking a freeway onramp and shooting random passers-by.
Until True Crime: New York comes out later this year.