Reviews and Problems with Midnight Club:Los Angeles
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This game is terrible. The A I is ridiculously hard
1 July 2015
Summary: This game is terrible. The A I is ridiculously hard, it's too difficult to navigate your course, and the traffic is over the top for a racing game. The races are also way too long, I spent 25 minutes on 1 tournament for the grand prize of $1680 and 300 rep points.
Summary: I gave this game 1 star because Rockstar always makes almost near perfect games. GTA, RDR. and other games. but this. this didn't change anything about racing games and why they'll never be a big thing if they kept going this track. it really didn't change anything. and the way this game is.
Summary: The AI is bad, the races are too scripted, the handling is horrible. This game is a complete garbage. Dont lose your money. If you're easily impressed then this game could be good for you. If you want a good racing game stay far from it.
Summary: I'm a fan of the original Midnight Club series, which to me are 1 & 2 which I loved. I stayed away from Dub Edition whenever it came out, but recently decided to pick this one up. I waited to complete the game to write a review to be fair.
Not a great thrill, much better racing games around
28 September 2010
Excerpt: The good things about Midnight Club: Los Angles is that it looks really good and it is fun to drive around a real city, smashing the side of your car into a Pizza Hut is amusing. Unfortunately that for me was were the good points end.
Didnt not get the game even tho paid on time and everything.
26 November 2008
Summary: Order the game and was waiting for it to play, heard it was a nice game but never got the game to try it. well it was a mistake i made to buy it from this guy never got the game wouldn't recommend it but upto the buyer.
Summary: what a waste of money this was. so un-realistic u can start with a old VW golf and beat a skyline easy. somethings not right there is it. i have sent it back after all of 20 kins playing on it and order the new need for speed.