Summary: I think this game is horrible because it's just fake. I think the graphic's are bad, the screen is too scrunched up, and the cars are terrible. Where are the good cars?! I see no good cars! Maybe if you worked on it a bit more, you'd come out a non-stop selling product.
Summary: I was contemplating 2 stars, but the anger over spending money on renting overcame that generosity. Essentially, this game is like the burro of racing games. It's GT4 and NFSU mixed together with poor graphics and mundane style. By the way, it's BORING!!!
Conclusion: I hated this game from the moment i got it. When i raced they seem to always be able to smash you out of the way on the last lap. I always felt that the game was in charge The stranges upgrading i have ever seen do change the turbo then find out that the turbo makes the car to powerful but there...
Summary: I like so many other people bought juiced because I like NFSU2 however after the first time I played It I was so disappointed in It I just put it back in the and left it there for 2 or 3 month. I took me a real effort to get into this game and even then it was not really enjoyable.
Summary: I bought this game after being dissapointed with Need For Speed 2. I bought it hoping that it would live up to its promise, that it would be a much better racing game than NFS 2. I bought it, played it for... 1 hour then returned it. I bought Metal Gear Solid 3 instead.
Summary: I agree with the review that said this game would have benefited with coming out when it was supposed to. I have owned and played both Juiced and NFS2 and have to say that NFS2 wins hands down. Juiced looks bad, plays bad and isn't worth the hype it has received.