Davilex announces Miami Vice
Game Links :: Miami Vice
Sonny & Ricardo back on the streets of Miami - on your console.

- Davilex Games, the Dutch games publisher already at work on Knight Rider, today announced the development of Miami Vice, another game based on a popular 80s TV series. The game, developed by Atomic Planet Entertainment, is slated for a worldwide release in Q4 of 2004 for the PS2, XBOX and PC.

Miami Vice was one of the most popular TV series of the 80's taking millions of viewers on under-cover missions through the streets of Miami with characters like the cool Sonny Crockett, his trustworthy partner Ricardo Tubbs and the demanding Lieutenant Martin Castillo. The Miami street scene, the atmosphere of the series and the thrilling adventures of the detectives give an ultimate setting for sensational gameplay. Miami Vice has won 2 Emmy Awards, 2 Golden Globes and is in continuous TV syndication throughout the world.

"We are really excited to be working on Miami Vice and with Davilex" says APE Development Director, Jason Falcus. "Davilex have acquired a fantastic license, and share our vision of creating a top quality game, which does it justice. We are very pleased to be working with them on what we hope will be a long term development partnership."

Miami Vice will be a 3rd person action game, with free roaming and numerous missions - it's not difficult to imagine that the developers will take Vice City - which was in part inspired by Miami Vice - as a reference in their work. The game will feature a strong, realistic and violent storyline, following the style of the TV series.

(Posted: Monday, January 12, 2004, 8:12PM GMT)

- Harry

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