Summary: I just got this game the other day and so far it's pretty fun. The graphics and music are really good and the controls are pretty easy to get used to although it does take a few races to get the feel for it (you can change your button layout if you wish). If you enjoy the Midnight Club titles on the consoles, then you will like this one as well since it's almost the same thing, but goes with you when you leave the gameroom.
Summary: I have had this game now for like a month and half and i really enjoy it. It is similar to the first midnight club but it has a lot of newer cars. One thing though is that it's a little more challenging than other games, what i mean is that i'm not even halfway done and it's hard to pass the races. But this just makes it more challenging and wouldn't say it's bad thing. Overall, I would recommend this product.
Summary: I rented this to see if it was worthy of buying. I liked the long list of cars to choose from in MC:Dub Edition for the PSP. But the gameplay wasn't all there. The framerate didn't flow as well as I would like it. I would rather have better driving than large driving environments because after all, that is where the fun is in these types of games. That's why I think this game tops because the driving is so fluid and you can see a mark difference between both games.
Summary: This Midnight Dub video game is good for what it displays. I played an earlier incarnation of this video game, Midnight Club Dub Edition and in not much time, one can access all three cities, San Diego, Atlanta, Detroit. In this Los Angeles video I played for weeks and hours on end, and only got to about less than 50% of the Los Angeles level. It would take just about literally forever to reach the Tokyo level. Wrong thinking: Anything worth doing is worth doing well.
Speedy and stylish portable street racer that's among the best of its kind
20 July 2011
Excerpt: Midnight Club's fourth iteration sees a return to Los Angeles and more moody street racing. Whilst unlikely to share in the limelight enjoyed by its mainline brothers, LA Remix nevertheless proves itself a viable alternative for fans of racing on the go. It edges chief PSP rival Need For Speed Carbon: Own The City in nearly every department, save for the way in which it articulates its story.
Conclusion: Rockstar games have done it again. They have created yet another masterpiece for the psp. The game itslef has lots of car and not to metion bikes as well. They all handle a feel as real life with the realistic scenarios of Los Angeles and Tokoyo. The graphics on the game are a little bit dissapointing but nothing to bad. The cities in the game are not as big as the ps3 and the 360 version of the game which made it lose a star.
Conclusion: well well wellllll...i got the game through the post this morning! well excited. LOL! so i havent got off it since...i feel it is much better than any NFS games on the psp. graphics is really good! (for the psp of course) the only down side is the loading screens, seems to be alot! but eh!...anyway...GET THIS GAME...