Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow video game review of Narc originally released for arcades by Williams. Narc was released to arcades in 1988 and designed by Eugene Jarvis, the same mastermind that brought us such classics as Defender, Robotron 2084, and Smash TV. It's notorious for being one of the first popular games with graphic over the top violence and abundant drug references, yet still packs a wicked punch with its frantic shooting action and explosive challenge. Whether you gun down those dealers or bust 'em by the book, you'll have lots of fun laying the smack down in this hilarious and ridiculous arcade cult classic. If you're good enough to beat Mr. Big, don't forget to contact your local DEA recruiter! This review features Narc gameplay footage from Midway Arcade Treasures 2 on the Nintendo GameCube (also available on PS2, Xbox, and PSP) and commentary from CGRundertow reviewer Kevin.