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You won’t find a more complete life simulation than Miami Nights: Life in the Spotlight.

Begin by designing your avatar with an unbelievable level of customizable physical detail. But it’s not your physique that counts. Instead, your life choices and your everyday behavior will influence more than 40 attributes that will make you a unique, progressive individual. The city of Miami is presented to you with no fewer than 30 places to explore. Plus, you’ll be able to customize your entire home and interact with your environment in many ways.

The most important part of the game play lies in how you interact with other characters. They will be the ones who’ll help you achieve your goals. You’ll be able to establish and break off different types of relationships with them. It’s up to you to act like a bad guy or sweet girl, make friends or enemies, and choose the best way – honest or otherwise – to make your dreams become a reality.

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Review

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Posted by Jon Wahlgren

If only fame were this easy

Sometimes a game’s theme song tells you everything you need to know about what you’re about to get yourself into. For Gameloft’s Miami Nights: Life in the Spotlight, it’s a circa-1996 MIDI instrumental tune that sounds suspiciously like Reel 2...

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User Comments (7)

Djrr-ific

#1

Djrr-ific said:

Some sort of sim game right? Got something like that on my cell phone, only taht was called something with paris nights or something... :P

Like this! :)

Natie31

#2

Natie31 said:

Like this to but have to wait to next time dont have 800 point now just try it out then.

jdhaas

#3

jdhaas said:

I hope this one is good, I really like sim games. I look forward to the review, if it's good I might get this one.

kaleighharris

#5

kaleighharris said:

i really like this game. i dont own it but my friend does and it is really fun. i hope you like it as much as i do!!!

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