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Rated 8 out of 10 by deathproof Good Story
I remember watching Lethal Weapon back in the day and thinking how much of a badass Sgt. Martin Riggs was: A loose-cannon cop on the edge that, while always over the top, never stopped being intriguing. From his fantastic chemistry with the straight-laced Murtaugh to the man's unbelievable death-wish, there was no denying the impact that Martin Riggs had on police cinema as a whole. Flash-forward to 1998 and I'm sitting through a screening of Lethal Weapon 4; Riggs is still his own worst enemy, Murtaugh is still as straight-laced as ever (if not more so) and, well, I'm bored. While Lethal Weapon 4 was decent entertainment, there was no denying that it faltered when compared to not only the original three, but also the newer bad-boy cops in town from John McClane to Bud White. Now I know this is quite a digression from the subject at hand, but it's one of the best ways I can describe Hudson Entertainment's Miami Law: just like Lethal Weapon 4, it's tired, occasionally trite, and probably nothing you haven't seen before -- but all in all it's decent enough entertainment.
Rated 0 out of 10 by Ashley Neicole Hmmm...
I must say I'm intrigued. This would be the first DS game I've played where you do the crime scene work and the shooting all at the same time. The graphics look decent and the plot sounds interesting. I'm going to pre-order as well.
Rated 0 out of 10 OMG
I'm a huge fan of crime shows. Playing a game where you can be a FBI or Police Officer sounds really fun..Can't wait im going to preorder it. I reccomend this to fans of police game or crime dramas