Summary: they have your basic tuners that everyone loves,silvias, 240s but no s13(boo), civics and teggys, evos, skylines, even the z32 my personal favorite. And the races aren't all that challenging. It's a good game if you're now getting into the auto scene but if you know your s*** (obviously a ascari is faster than a civic, yet they can keep up stock 0.o) you probably won't like it.
Summary: I used to love this game when i was younger, I liked the tuning system and pink slip also. It was hard enough for me but now i realise that its not so good as it felt, but i had much good experience with this.
Summary: Uff, Juiced 2: Hot Import Nights, a game in that the principal characters are the cars, the girls and the music. Hot Import Nights is a type of big parties, crazy parties, and now Juiced use the license for create a big game, and the result? A funny game. Customize your pilot and the type of ADN is interesting. The cars looks awesome the biggest part of the game, the tracks are amazing.
Summary: It's right on the money with what it's trying to do.It wont make you drop your jaw at any point but the sheer size and amount of content is staggering!I love this game and even if there through making this game and there is no part three well I'll just go and deck out another one of my rides.
Summary: This series entered when NFS had already dominated the import tuner genre. Honestly I never played the first one but beside the cars' appearance, everything else is rubbish. The cars have poor/unrealistic handling(especially in drift mode). They all have this generic engine sound which is pretty annoying. The tracks are challenging but after a while they start to all look pretty familiar. Would not buy this game again.