Summary: better detail than ps2 version, great graphics, more cars bigger tracks more drivers, and cars get damage, you don't have to pay for repairs and you don't get nos leaks or loss of steering like original juiced. Autosave is annoying can't backup save files to other profiles or usb device
Summary: You have a lot of options to modify cars. The graphics are decent and when you run into walls, your bumpers or your hood could fall off your car. It's a decent game for a low price. There are a lot of different cars to choose from although you'd have to unlock them.
Summary: This is a challenging game that allows you to make bets and keeps the heat on as you go through the different style of races. The car customizations are awesome and the fact you can customize the driver in detail is crazy.
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.
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...
Ian Lorenc "Wannabe lover, dancer, writer.", Amazon
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?