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Crave Ships Bad Boys: Miami Takedown for GC

by Lasse Pallesen - September 21, 2004, 12:10 pm PDT
Total comments: 1 Source: Press Release

The boys are coming.

BAD BOYS: MIAMI TAKEDOWN

SHIPS FOR PLAYSTATION 2, NINTENDO GAMECUBE & Xbox

LOS ANGELES, Calif. - September 21, 2004 -Crave Entertainment and Empire

Interactive, leading publishers of console videogames, today announced the

release of Bad Boys: Miami Takedown for the PlayStation®2 computer

entertainment system, the Xbox® video game system from Microsoft and the

Nintendo GameCubeT. This officially licensed game, based on the smash hit

Bad Boys movies and developed by Blitz, features first and third person

action on the streets and waterways of Miami and has an MSRP of $19.99.

In Bad Boys: Miami Takedown, a new drug has emerged in Miami, and its use is

spreading fast. As key members of the Tactical Narcotics Team (TNT),

players take on the roles of either Mike Lowrey or Marcus Burnett and must

stop the highly organized cartels that are flooding the market with this new

drug. Players need to move fast to make sure the TNT cops are not DOA.

Bad Boys: Miami Takedown features:

· The officially licensed game of the movie license Bad Boys

· Play as either Mike or Marcus in first- or third-person viewpoints. Each

character has his personality and characteristics

· 15 stages of fast paced, all-action gameplay, with multiple mission

objectives

· Includes Bad Boy rating system, where you are rewarded for your actions

and achievements. Play the perfect cop or be a bad boy

· Includes a large variety of weapons, and fully destructible environments

to enhance immersion

· Changing play styles add variety and gameplay. Use the quick aiming and

shooting Action mode, and search for clues and evidence using Explore mode

Now available for the PlayStation®2 computer entertainment system, the Xbox®

video game system from Microsoft and Nintendo GameCubeT, Bad Boys: Miami

Takedown has a MSRP of $19.99.

Talkback

KDR_11kSeptember 21, 2004

Multiplatform budget title? Smells BAD, and not in a positive way.

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