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Midnight Club 3: DUB Edition
28 May 2006
Conclusion: Overall, this game is just easily rated as awesome. It has the style, and the gameplay of a true great racing game. If you stand Need for Speed: Underground 2 up to this game, I would say this game offers more of what you would want from an arcade racer.
Excerpt: Midnight Club 3: DUB Edition is the latest street racing game to hit consoles. The rise in popularity of modified vehicles - obviously helped by 'MTV's Pimp My Ride' - has made everyone aware of the world of custom tune-ups, and videogame publishers have made the most of it.
Excerpt: Rockstar don’t only make Grand Theft Auto Games, you know. The first Midnight Club street racing game put you in the shoes of a bored cabbie who gets drawn into the exciting world of a club that races highly-tuned cars across moonlit cityscapes.
Excerpt: Let's get one thing straight here. I'm a gamer. My idea of an exciting Saturday night is a play-through of Doom on Nightmare skill level. And that's why I don't know a thing about illegal street racing; pretty much my entire mental landscape about it comes from movies and the occasional "Low Rider"...
Summary: Midnight Club 3: Dub Edition is the quintessential racing game for any true aficionado of the automotive and racing lifestyle. Midnight Club 3: Dub Edition is the only game to offer a full range of street vehicle culture including over 50 fully customizable licensed vehicles.
Conclusion: The one thing I think I have agreed upon through all three of these games is that they all have been extremely fun to play. Midnight Club has both an extremely fun career mode as well as online mode, which really kept me busy for quite sometime.
Excerpt: Rockstar Games has once again pushed out a stellar title, better known as Midnight Club 3: Dub Edition. How many series can you remember that progressively get better with each installment? Not many and that is a guarantee.
Conclusion: Perhaps the one saving grace that stops the game from descending into true mediocrity is the prospect of solid online play against genuinely skilled human beings that won't forgive your foul ups in the way that the AI always does.