RoboCop is a 2003 video game for the PlayStation 2, Xbox, GameCube, Game Boy Advance and PC. It was met with generally negative reception.


"In a near future...
Upcoming elections for Mayor of Neo-Detroit are about to take place. The directors of Omni Consumer Products (OCP) see this as an opportunity to finally take control of the city. They produce their own candidate, Edward Demarco, whose links to OCP remain secret. They then create a spin team whose job is to discredit Mayor Thomas Croford, the current occupant of Neo-Detroit's City Hall. This spin team, headed up by a young and upcoming Director of the OCP, Jim Manelli, is to fan the flames of crime and violence in the city. In order to do this, Manelli enlists the aid of the most powerful crime lord in Detroit, William Nexx. Nexx, however, does not want cash in return for his efforts, his goal is to increase his power base and cash alone won't achieve that...
Manelli just happens to be the Director in charge of the BrainDrain project, a new drug and secret development project he has been keeping under wraps. He now has the chance to profit doubly from the situation. He can use BrainDrain to win the cooperation of Nexx in OCP's plans while earning a cut of the BrainDrain distribution for himself. He makes a deal with Nexx where Nexx gets exclusive distribution of BrainDrain, in return for which he will incite crime in the city and kick back a percentage of the BrainDrain profits to Manelli.
But it seems someone (or something?) else also has plans for BrainDrain...
This is all simply conjecture for the moment, but without RoboCop, it could easily become reality."
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