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Miami Law by Konami

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  • Blood
  • Drug Reference
  • Mild Language
  • Violence
Miami Law is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 1.
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  • Platform: Nintendo DS
  • Publisher: Konami
  • Developer: Konami
  • Category: Action , Adventure

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  • A story worthy of a TV series: A shadowy terrorist conspiracy involving revolution, nerve gas, a time bomb, and even a takeover of a US Navy missile cruiser.
  • Action and crime-scene investigation: Survive event sequences such as furious shoot-outs in abandoned warehouses or tax your brain with analyzing mysterious evidence
  • Choose your character and change the story: Pick from Law Martin and his action-oriented event sequences or Sara Starling and her puzzle-solving challenges
  • Unlockable extras: Once you complete the game, you'll unlock several additional games and event sequences
  • 50+ event sequences (mini-games)
Rated 4 out of 5 by from 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.
Date published: 2009-06-18
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