Summary: I only have two problems with this game; the graphics could have been just a bit cleaner considering it's on a next gen console, and the environments are a little strange looking. Other than that, Physics on drifting and driving are not too toyish and not too sim, good balance. And I'm so glad I get to mod an S14 with name brands like JIC Magic, Tomei and C-West.
Summary: I recently been playing the game as I had PS2 version the graphics were crap until I got PS3 and brought PS3 version of course the graphics are way better then PS3 as I notice some slight changes to PS2 version first the mods you can customize steeling wheel and doors allso can have in car view which is is actually poor as other games I use hood view and car in front of the screen wich I recommend on this game over all it is good game but where is juiced 3
Ian Lorenc "Wannabe lover, dancer, writer.", amazon.co.uk
11 January 2010
Summary: I will concede that there are a few reasons to dismiss this game: Dated graphics (2007, remember). So-so handling physics. Lonely online mode with seemingly few REAL players out there (I've met two!) and what's the point of playing online and then racing AI's? Questionable AI (on one level, you might walk all over the computer players in a standard circuit race but then be convincingly trounced in a pink slip race). And yet, despite this... There is SOMETHING about it.
Excerpt: "Juiced 2 is another of the new genre of racers where turbo charged pink cars are part of the joys of the street race and its unique styles, sounds and looks are all part and parcel of what you should expect. This game allows you to push yourself and your cars to theirs and your limit in order to get to the line first...the prize? You have the joys of more cars, more modifications and more of your mates sitting and commenting on your choice of car ...
Pros: Excellent graphics and sound effects, value for money, brilliant modifications available
Cons: Lacks some of the car choice of other racing games out there
Excerpt: "...tempted me. However, I saw Juiced 2 and hoped for something good, it didn't fail. A huge part of all racing games should be customization and true to the genre Juiced 2 contains a lot of opportunities to customize your vehicle with a lot of options. From changing the bumper to adding a manufacturer's logo Juiced 2 has it all. The career mode revolves around a customizable character who progresses through various leagues before reaching the ...
Pros: Good Customization, Smooth gameplay
Cons: Little variation with tracks, sometimes too easy
Conclusion: I was a Need For Speed Fan and got prostreet wen it came out and wasnt impressed. I noticed Juiced on the shelf of a local game store and thought i wud buy it to c if it was any betta. and as soon as i had my first race i realised how good the game was. You can put amazing mods on ur car and buy amazing cars. It is a little repetative but i never got bored of the game.
Conclusion: As always juiced 2 I reckon has the best modding features around. Gameplay is cool and i love the way that r2 and l2 are the accelerator and brake. But there way one thing rong with juiced original and that was steering. On this game tho the steering is top notch- you can drift excellent or take the corners slow in fast out - your choice. Overall gr8 game and online is much better than i expected its reely fun!