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Miami Vice: The Videogame

Hack of Mottomo Abunai Deka


“Detectives James “Sonny” Crockett and Ricardo “Rico” Tubbs of the Miami-Dade Police Department’s Office of Organized Crime’s Vice Unit face the most difficult case of their career involving an evil drug cartel and police corruption.

This hack turns a game based on a Japanese TV show cloned from Miami Vice, into an (un) official Miami Vice videogame on NES for very first time.

There’s a list of the improvements:

● A whole new title screen

● A Text font specially created for this project

● Changes in biggest part of the sprites and scenarios

● Cutscenes redrawn

● Using Gil Galad’s excellent English translation as a starting point, the entire plot has been contextualized or rewritten to suit the characters and tone of the tv show.

● A game flaw commonly observed by players is how difficult it’s to distinguish projectiles from the background. Now, they have that typical “candy ball” NES look that makes them easy to see.

● Added some fun cameos.

● Ver 1.1 fix some small typos on cutscene dialogs.

● And many more! Just check it out, and fun!

Note: You can apply the patch directly on the original game.

ROM / ISO Information:

  • ·No-Intro Name: Mottomo Abunai Deka (Japan)
  • ·(No-Intro version 20130731-235630)
  • ·File SHA-1: 379FA9EB0A2EE47E32D09358DBEEA7599EEB17A9
  • ·ROM SHA-1: 23B6A40970E21F882B68348B01014DB29F5A6B3B




ContributorType of contributionListed credit
Gil GaladOriginal Translation

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User Reviews
I never knew that I needed a Miami Vice video game. Until now.Chronosplit13 Dec 20191.0Yes