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Hudson's Miami Law for Nintendo DS Goes Gold

April 29, 2009

Hudson's Miami Law for Nintendo DS Goes Gold

Get Ready to Save the World with Miami Law for Nintendo DS this June

Are you ready to take on the Miami’s worst criminals? Miami Law, the action-adventure videogame from Hudson Entertainment, the North and South American publishing arm for HUDSON SOFT, has just gone gold. Miami Law, a game with a story worthy of its own prime-time action/drama TV show, will be available exclusively for Nintendo DS on June 9, 2009. The game has been rated T for Teen by the Entertainment Software Rating Board (ESRB).

“Miami Law gives players the opportunity to fight crime by using brute force or conducting detective work,” said Mike Pepe, Director of Marketing at Hudson Entertainment. “The unique combination of action and crime-scene investigation gameplay will keep Nintendo DS owners hooked throughout the entire TV series ready storyline.”

Miami Law features an intricate storyline with a shadowy terrorist conspiracy, furious shoot-outs in abandoned warehouses, challenging crime-scene detective work and more. Players will have many opportunities to choose their path and experience the story from two points of view – either as the intense Law Martin from the Miami PD or the brainy Sara Starling from the FBI. Depending on which character they pick, players will be presented with different challenges. Playing as Sara will feature a puzzle-based, mystery solving element, whereas playing as Law will thrust the player into the action, often into car chases or shoot-outs where taking out the bad guys is the only way to get results. Unlockable extras, including Texas Hold ‘Em Poker and Sudoku, are also included and can be played at any time after being unlocked.

To make Miami Law an authentic Miami experience, Victor Ireland’s Gaijinworks handled the localization of the title and Miami Beat Wave composed music exclusively for game.

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