Excerpt: Name recognition can be a fickle thing in the video game industry. On the one hand, gamers instantly associate your name with a particular title that launched your company into the limelight. On the other hand, it can sometimes cause other projects you release to receive little attention.
Excerpt: After a three-year hiatus, the Midnight Club series makes its current-gen debut with the best-looking entry yet that continues the series‘ trends of offering up fast-paced, open-ended racing action.
Summary: Midnight Club: Los Angeles provides a seamless environment for everyone who loves to compete, with no load times, no tracks, and no rules, allowing players to race who they want, when they want, and where they want in a recreation of LA.
Excerpt: If there's something Rockstar does better than everyone else, it's creating believable virtual cities. GTA 4 felt more alive than any open-word game to date, so it's no surprise to find Rockstar San Diego's Midnight Club L.A. excelling in this area too.
Excerpt: I found the overwhelming difficulty and balance problems to be the most pressing issues throughout the game. You’ll frequently deal with AI-controlled foes who are given faster and far more durable vehicles than you and who never seem to run into the same problems that you easily can due to the...
Excerpt: First Impressions My reaction is The racing games genre has been a hell of a busy scene over the past 12 months. Year in and year out we are presented with a dozens of racing titles on each system. Recently however we have had some quality racing games to test drive.