Excerpt: OVERVIEW Miami Vice started as a police drama way back in the 1980s, starring Don Johnson as Sonny Crocket and Philip Michael Thomas as Ricardo Tubbs. It was the days of hot pink and lime green, of neon and fast cars.
Conclusion: It's certainly not a perfect game, and barely uses the license at all (which is probably a good thing), but for a portable shooter, something the PSP sorely needs, it works beautifully. If only those rough spots weren't so rough.
Conclusion: Graphically the game is pretty solid, with nicely detailed environments and locations, and the two main characters are easily recognizable. Animations are decent too, even down to how they hold their guns and lean around corners.
Pros: Plays well, with the exception of the camera, Slick presentation, Quick loading
Cons: Lack of camera control is a problem at times, Would have played better on PlayStation2, The missions don’t have that much variation
Excerpt: Let’s get straight to the point: this is a surprisingly good game. It should not be a good game, but it is… Think about it; this is a title based on a movie and we all know that’s not a good start. Not only is it game based on a movie, but it’s a game based on a movie that is a remake of a TV show.
Excerpt: Skudene flyver om ørene på mig. De mange skud fortæller mig at der mindst må være tre slemme fyre oppe foran, der ønsker mit hoved på et sølvfad. Det får de ikke. De får heller ikke fingrene i alt det hash, der fylder i mine lommer.
Pros: : Det glimrende gameplay med afvekslende elementer., : Jamie Foxx og Colin Farrell som stemmerne til vores helte,
Cons: : Over den kedelige grafik og yderst monotone stemmeskuespil.
Conclusion: Palmerne, de lyserøde flamingoer og lyden fra en skrigende guitar der igangsatte temaet over alle temaer, var vigtige dele af hvad der gjorde Miami Vice en fast bestanddel af hver fredag aften foran fjernsynet.