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).
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.
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.
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.
Summary: This is the first racing game I've played on the PSP, having played many others on the PC and Xbox. I am very impressed with it. Content wise it is a good balance of racing around LA, and choosing new vehicles, tuning them up, and making them look all nice and shiny.
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.