Compared to CSI: Crime Scene Investigation and CSI: Dark Motives, CSI: Miami is a bit of a letdown in terms of variety of its stories. All the cases in this game more or less deal with murders that have been committed because of adulterous affairs or sexual abuse. Still, the cases in CSI: Miami have enough twists and turns to keep the player interested, though all of them have a sexual theme in nature. The game dialogues also use more street language. At the end of the cases, the player's statistics are displayed, similar to other games in the series. Bonus material can be unlocked once a Master Ranking is achieved.
To conclude, CSI: Miami is a decent sequel of yet another licensed game franchise from a popular television series. Who says "crime doesn't pay"?