The world\'s most notorious drivers meet each night on the streets of LA, Paris and Tokyo. Choose from the latest performance enhanced cars and motorbikes and compete head-to-head to make a name for yourself. Rules? What rules? Drive any where in the city. Find the fastest route to win. The cops know your out there-don\'t get busted.


Like the first Midnight Club game, you take control of an underground urban street racer rising through the ranks of the urban street culture. The game play is really fun, you can choose Career Mode, (in which you start your career)or Arcade Mode, (the mode where you drive the cars you\'ve earned in the cities you\'ve earned, without being hassled by the cops). You race other cars through downtown streets using Nos, and your not constricted to a race course. You can drive anywhere on the map to get to the next big blue light (flag), and then drive to the next flag and so on. At times I got bored of racing and decided to drive away from the race, so I did. There aren\'t any boundaries to keep you in one area, which was realistic.


The graphics in this game are very good and realistic. The cars look real, the people look real, and the buildings in your environment are completely realistic.


The sound in this game makes you feel like your in the game. From the sounds of screeching tires, fired Nos and the crashes of cars. The music is good,(that is if you really like techno music) but after awhile of listening, it gets annoying.


The characters within the game swear easily if you bump into them. You can run down pedestrians, crash into other vehicles, or light poles and stoplights. And in a cheat you can fire a missile and machine gun at things. Also when racing in Paris you drive past signs of strip clubs and ########## and so on.


When you get past the bad stuff this game can be really fun. It\'s fast, has cool cars and you can drive anywhere you want. The gameplay is fun, the graphics are good, and it would definately appeal to any car racing fans.

Final Ratings

Graphics A Gameplay A- Sound B+ Interface A Stability A Offensive Content C

Overall 86%

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