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Once upon a time...
There were three little girls who went to the Police Academy.
And they were each assigned very hazardous duties.
But I took them away from all that, and now they work for me.
My name is Charlie.
That's right - it's finally happened.
The classic, camp, queen of the retros has finally made the venture into video game form, obviously inspired by the release of the film sequel as opposed to the original 1970's TV series, but all the same, you can now step into the shoes of three crime-fighting mega babes and take part in an all-new, action-packed adventure.
Incorporating a completely new and unique storyline, Charlie's Angels the game sees the tantalising trio go undercover to unravel a worldwide mystery and foil the devious plans of a criminal mastermind threatening to steal the world's most famous monuments.
As such, players must strike without warning, using clever disguises, tactical espionage, and acrobatic martial arts to ensure a successful mission.
One of the key gameplay elements throughout the game is the way in which you take control of all three Angels, switching between them on the fly to assist each other during missions.
Subsequently, the individual success (or possibly failure) has a direct effect on the progression of the other two, so the whole concept of teamwork is emphasised and must be put to good use.
There are six extensive missions to undertake, sending you to various locations around the world, including California, Alaska, Mexico, and Scotland.
Along the way, over 30 different enemy types must be disposed of, each in possession of their own unique weapons and fighting style.
Tying in with the film, the Charlie's Angels game stays faithful, featuring the likenesses, personalities and voices of stars Cameron Diaz, Lucy Liu and Drew Barrymore.
It's also presented in a very 'movie-style-esque' kind of way throughout, implementing the same camera presentation that puts players in the middle of the action and even utilising the currently fashionable slow-motion fighting sequences.
If you've ever fancied yourself as an Angel but never quite got the chance to do a bit of crime-fighting for yourself, this might be just the opportunity you've been looking for.