Summary: Another take on the Need For Speed series. Juiced is an excellent racing game with great graphics and car customization. I managed to play online on this before GameSpy shut down. When i saw the Acclaim version, I liked the crashes but THQ never gave us that. I tried the crashing but there were no flips or anything. Oh well, never mind.
Summary: Just when you thought that this is an arcade street-racing game Before getting/buying this game, you will notice the controls/handling are REALISTIC, your car will spin out while steering too much, driving on bumpy roads, and trying to spin-out an opponent, do not play it with a controller, instead play it with a steering wheel, I highly recommend you to get a steering wheel because, STEERING WHEEL CONTROLLERS RULE!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Summary: This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. The idea of the game is fantastic. With different racing teams approaching you and your own team to do pink slip races etc. You are able to attend to any race you feel like attend to, with or without your teammates to win powerful parts to the car you take to the race. You are an unknown racer, your team will always consist of the exact same members whatever you do.
Summary: This was one of the few earlier racing games I enjoyed before the Need For Speed franchise got big. The ability to buy new and used cars, bet against the people you race, earn respect, and race for a bunch of pink slips made this game really stand out from the rest. The graphics are nothing special, the racing can get boring in played for hours at a time, but it's definitely worth a run around the tracks with this game.