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Hudson Entertainment to Lay Down Miami Law for Nintendo DS

Intense Action-Adventure Game Will Transform Players into Crime-Solvers

San Mateo, CA – Feb. 26, 2009 – Nintendo DS™ owners will be challenged to help save the world with their fingertips in the upcoming game, Miami Law, set to be published by Hudson Entertainment, the North American publishing arm of HUDSON SOFT. Scheduled for release in June 2009, Miami Law contains explosive action, as well as crime-scene investigation, which players will use interchangeably to help save the city of Miami.

“Miami Law has a great mix of up-tempo action and mind-challenging forensic investigation that players will absolutely love,” said Mike Pepe, Director of Marketing at Hudson Entertainment. “The unique game design will turn the DS into both an action-adventure experience and a crime scene lab all-in-one.”

Miami Law is an action-adventure game packed with all of the ingredients of a prime-time TV show: 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 change the story – either as the intense Law Martin from the Miami PD or the brainy Sara Starling from the FBI. Players will be presented with different challenges depending on which character they pick – playing as Sara will feature a puzzle-based, mystery solving element, whereas playing with 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 included to take the pressure off players when the tension gets thick.

For more information on this title and more, please visit Hudson Entertainment at www.hudsonent.com
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