Miami Law

Miami Law

Miami Law, known in Japan and Europe as Miami Crisis (マイアミクライシス Maiami Kuraishisu), is an adventure video game developed by Hudson Soft for the Nintendo DS handheld system. Though produced by a Japanese company, the title was initially released in...

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Name Miami Law
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Miami Crisis
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Platform Nintendo DS
Release Date June 9, 2009
Game Type Released
ESRB T - Teen
Developers Hudson Entertainment
Publishers Hudson Entertainment
Genres Adventure
Max Players 1
Cooperative No
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Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Miami_Law
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Miami Law, known in Japan and Europe as Miami Crisis (マイアミクライシス Maiami Kuraishisu), is an adventure video game developed by Hudson Soft for the Nintendo DS handheld system. Though produced by a Japanese company, the title was initially released in North America on June 9, 2009 and it was released in Europe on September 25, with the English localization being the first project by Gaijinworks since its establishment in 2006. Hudson Soft worked closely with Gaijinworks founder and head translator Victor Ireland on the project, who sent a research team to Miami, Florida to aid in development of the title. The game features music by hip hop group Miami Beat Wave, who were licensed by Ireland to give the game's location an authentic feel. Inspired by prime-time crime drama television series, Miami Law follows the exploits of Miami Police Department Officer Martin Law and FBI agent Sara Starling as they attempt to bring down a domestic terrorist organization. Gameplay for the title varies depending on which character a player chooses, with largely action sequence for Martin and puzzle-based scenarios for Sara.
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