Video Game based on the popular TV series CSI: Miami. Players take on the role of a new CSI investigating crimes in Miami along with the other members of Miami team each voiced by the original actor.

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Lieutenant Horatio Caine (voice)
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Calleigh Duquesne (voice)
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Eric Delko (voice)
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Tim Speedle (voice)
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M.D.P.D Homicide / Robbery Det. Yelina Salas (voice)
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Chief Medical Examiner Dr. Alexx Woods (voice)
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Maxine Valera (voice)
Jodi Regts ...
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Donny Bronson (voice)
Ron Halder ...
Judge Walter Lawford (voice)
Dale Hall ...
Ty Landon (voice)
Pamela Hart ...
Ronnie Landon (voice)
Jacquelin Regts ...
Jessica Landon (voice)
Janis Bouduin ...
Heather Cole (voice)
Nigel Brooke ...
Russ Cole (voice)
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Video Game based on the popular TV series CSI: Miami. Players take on the role of a new CSI investigating crimes in Miami along with the other members of Miami team each voiced by the original actor.

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Crime always has a price. Somebody's got to play. See more »

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2004 (USA)  »

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Followed by CSI: NY (2008) See more »

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Caruso Ruins the Show
20 October 2006 | by See all my reviews

As a longtime CSI LV fan it is so upsetting to see how the terrible acting of David Caruso makes CSI Miami unbearable to watch. The overacting in each episode is painful including the repetitive head tilt, glasses on and glasses off and hands on hips. Every show I have tried to watch it is always the same. Hummers only for the CSI team (not for the police), Kaine shooting guns with glasses on all while wearing dark clothes in Miami heat. All are totally ridiculous. The most irritating of all of Caruso's acting quirks is the fact then when people are talking to him he never looks them in the eye and each scene his is in usually ends with a rhetorical question. It makes a serious show comical and campy. There are other cast members that can carry part of the show but Caruso really needs to have fewer lines and less airtime!


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