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Publisher: Sierra Entertainment
Developer: Rebellion
Format: PSP™ (PlayStation®Portable)
Genre: Third-Person Action Shooter
Availability: July 2006
MSRP: $39.99
ESRB: M

Product Overview

Inspired by the upcoming summer blockbuster from Universal Pictures, Miami Vice™ The Game puts players deep undercover as narcotics officers Sonny Crockett and Ricardo Tubbs in the rich, glamorous and decadent world of present-day Miami. In this thrilling third-person action shooter, players must build up the nefarious reputation necessary to infiltrate the seedy underbelly of South Beach, and ultimately bring down the organization of an “untouchable” South American drug lord. Developed by UK-based Rebellion, Miami Vice The Game will be available exclusively for the PSP™ (PlayStation®Portable) system in July 2006.

Product Features

  • THE MIAMI VICE EXPERIENCE – Play as undercover cops Crockett and Tubbs in the notorious world of Miami Vice -- the mansions, the money, and the mayhem -- set in present-day Miami
  • DESIGNED EXCLUSIVELY FOR THE PSP – Experience cutting-edge motion capture, highly-detailed environments, and lighting effects inspired by the film created to maximize the technology of the PSP system
  • COOPERATIVE PLAY – Play as partners with wireless action
  • MORE THAN A STRAIGHT SHOOTER
    • Drug Trading – Raise needed capital and build reputation by managing drug inventory
    • Hacking – Unlock sensitive information (security codes, locations, etc.)
    • Interactive Cutscene Encounters (ICE) – Continue to boost reputation through dramatic interactive cinematic encounters with powerful drug lords
  • REPUTATION BUILDING DYNAMIC – Establish rep as a major player in the narcotics world through contraband trading, aggressively interacting with drug barons, and pursuing criminals with reckless abandon
  • HIGH-POWERED ACTION MISSIONS – Armed with intelligence from informants and utilizing hacking skills, take on the enemy in varied locations with an impressive array of weapons
  • BOAT GUNPLAY – Experience high-speed chases through Miami’s treacherous waterways while engaging in boat-to-boat shootouts
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