Summary: This game goes pretty in-depth into the whole tuning aspect... You get great races, such as... drag, circuit, and just plain watch and bet. Pretty much choose from any tunable car on the market, build them to your specs, and race the heck out of them! Two thumbs up!
Conclusion: this is the most amazing racing game ive played...you start with 50'000 to buy a car and mod it ...get it to go faster then you race to get more money to make it go even faster and so on ...ok so not much of a driven gameplay but its fun the handling of the cars is ok not sur ehow realistic but rear wheel cars r deff harder to drive in the game the show off mode is fun but i think you should get cash and it could be competing against others for high school like in need...
Summary: Juiced 2 is a good game. More of the same of the first one which is to be expected I suppose. I enjoy playing it with my son using the split screen although on my own I prefer forza. The game arrived quickly and was cheap.
Excerpt: This was a pretty disappointing racing game and I actually traded this game back in after playing it for a bit. The main problem was the poor car handling. Controlling your car around a corner felt unrealistic and this goes beyond an arcade style racing game. The game has great customisation of the car but it is overdone.
Summary: Anyone who knows me knows that i love racing games.. The first i heard of this game was when Juiced 2 was advertised on tv. The rating wasn't brilliant so i thought i'd give the original a go first.. The graphics are pretty good but the soundtrack wasn't to my taste, apart from a few tracks.. The gameplay is really addictive, especially as you get to race members of your crew. Its a shame you dont get to ditch some crew members or change their names..
Handling and Speed are everything, & this delivers them
Mr. Garry Brown "Garry", amazon.co.uk
18 August 2005
Summary: Career modes and the amount of cars mean nothing to me in a racing game, it's about the driving sensation, no amount of fluff can hide bad driving sensation, Midnight Club 3 is a perfect example of fluff, but alas Juiced has come to save us from such games. Juiced has really suprised me and now I've been playing it a while, I'd go as far as to say it's one of the best Racing games ever made for the Xbox, played in custom race mode or online just for the pleasure of...
Summary: I own a fair amount of racing games on the x-box, including Midnight Club 3. To be fair I was a little apprehensive about this due to the fact that Midnight club is such a comprehensive and fun car modding/racing title and did I need another? The short answer is, once I owned it, yes! The game is a great variation on MC3 with a less throwaway arcade style of handling and a more enclosed track selection.
Summary: This game is what I class as an average racer. I decided to buy JUICED after renting it out for 2 nights (maximum...grrr!) and found it just as good as Need For Speed Underground 2. However, once I had bought it, I found that the small number of cars featured in the game were available to me within half an hour of playing the game.
Summary: The game starts off well, lots of money, £42000 and a good choice of cars. The early races are fairly easy with a level of dificulty that progresses nicely. But soon things turn sour, the handeling on rear wheel cars in unrealistic, oversteering through every corner while the computer zips round like its on rails. Also you lose a race and thats it, you've lost, no second chances, this is a problem when you bets lots of money and/or the car your racing in.