Members of the world\'s most notorious illegal street racing syndicate meet each night on the streets of Los Angeles, Paris, and Tokyo. Find yourself in the position of a novice challenger, set on penetrating this secret society and trumping them all, one by one. Add insult to injury, as you win the suped-up rides of defeated adversaries, all on your way to being crowned international champion. This is the set up for the second installment of the Midnight Club street racing series

Game Play: 17/20

The controls of you’re car are simple enough it’s a very easy system to master how ever drifting, two wheel driving, even wheelys on your motor bike can all be pulled of with a simple flick of the wrist. One of the best things that was added to this game (I think) is the short cuts witch seem to appear out of nowhere right when you need it via a tunnel or glass you can drive threw to gut threw a building or even jumping of a bridge only to land on a boat and ramping off the other side of it right in to the finish line. The only problem I see with this game is the AI your opponents either are ten times slower than you and cant seem to drive in a strait line for more then ¼ of a mile or they are ten times faster and know all the tricks of the trade this led to some frustration. Also that lack of the ability to customize your car can be come quite annoying and “made the game get old quick”

Graphics: 17/20

The graphics are pretty amazing the only problem I had was the fact that your car rarely gets damaged in fact the only time you see damage on your car is after you have flipped it. But other then that the graphics are fairly nice for a racing game the scenery’s not breath taking but it works

Sound: 9/20

The sound in this game is not perfect but it works, be it the engine roaring or the squeal of your tires as you make a sharp turn but the big problem I had with the sound was the fact that there are maybe three song per city that play over and over and over and… you get the point I found my self flipping of the sound and just turning on a CD

Violence: 9/10

In Midnight Club II you are able to run over random pedestrians and not worry about any consequences and all the there is no blood and people tend to get up and walk away from there little mishap with you its still there and worth mentioning

Language: 8/10

Language in this game is not horrible I heard only one citizen randomly yell out a swear word in the month that I’ve played all so there is a few words to watch out for in the music that play (though this can be fix by simply turning off the music

Sexual Content: 10/10

The game thankfully doesn\'t include any crude jokes or references to warrant a lower score.

The Occult/Supernatural: 10/10

This game has no Occult/Supernatural references what so ever.

Cultural/Moral/Ethical: 8/10

The only moral problem really with this game is the fact that the races you participate in are not legal and you are in fact encouraged to run from the police


Game Play: 19/20 Graphics: 17/20 Sound: 4/10 Violence: 9/10 Language: 8/10 Sexual Content: 10/10 The Occult/Supernatural:10/10 Cultural/Moral/Ethical: 8/10

Overall 83%

In the end its no need for speed most wanted but if your looking for a gaming you can randomly pick up and play MNC2 is a great

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