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Criticisms? Yes, it's exactly like the golden-hued teen soaps that Channel 4 seems to have a monopoly on, and yes, it is unashamedly base in its approach to affairs between the sexes. But frankly, you and I play games for a spot of escapism and Miami Nights is the very epitome of getting away from the daily 9-to-5 grind. After all, where else are you going to get paid $500 for demonstrating a hot-tub by sitting in it every morning before hitting Miami beach and picking up a bronzed god or goddess for a night of dancing, flirty small talk and consequence-free fun?
In spite of these shortcomings, this series is probably one of the most innovative original properties Gameloft has made. Whenever I go to a show and talk about wireless games with PR reps, many of them will mention Gameloft's New York Nights. Miami Nights takes all the features that made that game great and expands upon it. If you're a social butterfly who loves to be at the center of things, you'll find this game to be second nature to you and a blast to play as you wine and dine your way to the top.