Summary: In the past I had played the console verison of this game and really enjoyed it. Well the PSP version is pretty similar especially in graphics. The car handling takes some getting used to after playing Juiced 2 HIN on the psp. Juiced E is a little harder to drive the cars and make the corners. The animated cutscenes are pretty cool though and a nice touch. Once again, customizing your ride is pretty fun and the music is fairly good.
Summary: i had this for a long time and loved it. i was amazed because it was a cross between the console version and hot import nights (2nd one) it had some new vehicles from HIN but still had the game play of the first one. it had the exact same type of gameplay as the xbox version. the crew names were a little different but that was it. it was a great game. i did regretably trade it in when my 1st psp broke though.
Summary: i love racing games, from the first NFS to the first GT, but juiced has been by far one of the funnest and most challenging games i've ever played. To give you an idea of how much i liked it, i bought it in jan. along with 3 other games, i'm still playing Juiced and have barely touched the other games. The specs, the upgrades, the models of cars, and the tracks, they are all accurate to the real thing.
Summary: Let me start off by saying that I've played this game (well - o.k. - not EXACTLY this game) on the Xbox, and I enjoy that one a lot (I've got over $10 Million dollars and over 30 cars, including 10 prototype Dodge Vipers that I've won in pink slip races) - and that was the main reason for trying out this game. Let me also say that I'm not a huge fan of racing style games - in fact, Juiced is really the only one I've played.
Summary: Man I thought this game was very well, unlike the original ps2 game, if your on a prototype run and you lose. You have the option to start all over, but you'll loose your money you bet. So I have a Viper thats 1043hp.