Excerpt: Juiced looks good. Juiced sounds good. Don't let this deceive you. The graphics in Juiced look really slick, with realistic looking licensed cars, a wide variety of realistic looking mods that you can add to your car and nice visual effects (such as nitrous visual effects and a good simulation of...
Conclusion: isn�t an all together bad game mind you, it�s just that it was a little late to the start of the race. Other games have done this theme already and done it better but even so this isn�t a bad addition to the already flooded genre.
Summary: Juiced will fully immerse players in the lifestyle and culture of the street scene. Drivers will start with the dream of building a crew of 'driving gods' and work towards domination of the established street-racing scene of Angel City.
Excerpt: Juiced was originally supposed to be published last summer (2004), but Acclaim went bankrupt and the developer had to find a new publisher. Were it to have been published a year ago, Juiced would've compared favorably to the existing stock of street racers, which was then-headlined by such names as...
Conclusion: Juiced feels like a fairly average game masked by a wealth of street references and lots of stuck-on game modes to hide the flaws in the AI and main career mode. The career mode revolves around this need to gain respect to race with more crews, and host races on their turf.
Pros: Some tasty cars, Good mod options and amazing paintwork, Good soundtrack
Cons: Dated graphics, The gambling element is a little too unforgiving, but will teach you or the guys you race a lesson or two., Poor AI, Career mode lacks rewards and motivation, Disappointing online racing