"Miami Law", known in Japan and Europe as Miami Crisis, is an adventure video game developed by Hudson Soft for the Nintendo DS handheld system. Though produced by a Japanese company, the title was initially released in North America on June 9, 2009 and it was released in Europe the following September, with the English localization being the first project by Gaijinworks since its establishment in 2006. Hudson Soft worked closely with Gaijinworks founder and head translator Victor Ireland on the project, who sent a research team to Miami, Florida to aid in development of the title. The game features music by hip hop group Miami Beat Wave, who were licensed by Ireland to give the game's location an authentic feel.
- also known as Miami Crisis
- mode: Single-player video game
- developer: Hudson Soft
- genres: Adventure game, Racing video game, Action game, Action-adventure game
- publishers: Konami, Hudson Soft
- released on (5 years ago)
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A Reference Guide for Attorneys, Legal Secretaries, Paralegals and Law Students by Mary Miles Prince
University Miami Law Review Ab.: U. Miami L. Rev. Ex.: Keith N. Hylton, Litigation Costs and the Economic Theory of Tort Law, 46 U. Miami L. Rev. 111(1991). – Article Citation. Keith N. Hylton,Litigation Costs andthe Economic TheoryofTort ...
by Viktor Knapp
Massachusetts General Laws Annotated Miami Law Quarterly Michigan Michigan General Corporation Act Michigan Law Review Middle Eastern Affairs Middle East Journal Middle East Law Review Mietrechtliche Entscheidungen (Austria) ...
by Andrew Robertson, Michael A. Morrison, William G. Shade, Robert Johnston, Robert Zieger, Thomas Langston, Richard Valelly
” Miami Law Review 50 (1995 ): 17.
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