Davilex announces Miami Vice

Davilex Games announces that it will release a game inspired by the '80s TV show <i>Miami Vice</i> for the PC, PS2, and Xbox toward the end of this year.


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Davilex Games has today announced that it will release Miami Vice for the PC, PlayStation 2, and Xbox toward the end of this year. The game, which is inspired by the '80s TV show of the same name, is currently in development at UK-based Atomic Planet Entertainment (APE).

"We are really excited to be working on Miami Vice and with Davilex," said APE development director Jason Falcus. "Davilex has acquired a fantastic license and shares 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."

"We are thrilled to have acquired the Miami Vice license and to have signed a solid development partner like Atomic Planet Entertainment," added Rogier Avis, CEO of Davilex Games. "Making a game based on Miami Vice has been talked about a lot, and I am proud Davilex will be publishing this highly anticipated title."

Miami Vice will be a third-person action game in which players engage in dangerous raids and gunfights in Miami nightclubs and warehouses as they attempt to bring down Calderon's narcotics empire. We'll bring you more information on the game as soon as it becomes available.

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