Excerpt: Midnight Club II is a game of street racing that lets you enjoy everything that is fun and exciting about the highly illegal sport without any of the potentially deadly consequences. You get the opportunity to race a car at high speeds through the crowded streets of LA, Paris, and Tokyo, dodging traffic and pedestrians while avoiding the police.
Excerpt: For those who don’t own both systems (and thus, should have read my review of the PS2 version), here is the 411. The majority of Midnight Club 2 takes place offline, with the Career Mode starting with a clunker of a car and only the desire to win keeping you from staying home. While you first car has more “Ghetto” than “Get-up-and-go,” the only way to improve your vehicle is to win a better one on the city streets.
Excerpt: Heart-pounding action, ultra-fun races, wonderfully interactive cities to race in and the best racing multi-player action around, via Xbox live, Midnight Club 2 on the Xbox is one of the best racing games ever made.
Excerpt: Heart-pounding action, ultra-fun races, wonderfully interactive cities to race in and the best racing multi-player action around, via Xbox live, Midnight Club 2 on the Xbox is one of the best racing games ever made. So plug in your broadband, fire up your Xbox, and prepare to rock and roll with Rockstars' latest legend, Midnight Club 2. Click here to read about one of the best racing games of the year.
Excerpt: I was in a game shop at one point when they had Midnight Club 2 playing on the PlayStation 2 kiosk. I spent a good amount of time just trying to run pedestrians over. I vowed that I would purchase it when it came out for Xbox, and like George Washington, I never tell a lie. However, that’s were the similarities between the two of us end, because I brush my teeth regularly and he had false teeth because the people back in the day didn’t have dental hygiene.
Excerpt: Similar to its predecessor, MCII disposes of major plot development; actually, the plot that exists in Career mode is left intentionally minimal to allow for more fast-paced action. Players are cast as nameless, faceless drivers looking to establish a name in the underground realm of street racing. This starts with an introduction to Moses, a veteran of the L.A. street circuit who quickly becomes your mentor.