Excerpt: It's called NiGHTS Into Dreams HD but, really, this is a port of a 16-year-old Saturn game, a console which featured less 3D capabilities than the original PlayStation. A modern resolution and sharper textures does very little to stop this feeling incredibly old.
Conclusion: Es war damals definitv die richtige Wahl für ein weiteres Rennspiel. Ich empfehle dieses Rennspiel für geduldige Leute, die auch mal das ein oder andere Rennen verlieren können und nicht nur gewinnen müssen.
Summary: It's nice to see that the Midnight Club series is starting to be taken seriously. For years it felt like Rockstar's racing franchise was either overshadowed by the fame of Grand Theft Auto or passed over for racing games with bigger names.
Excerpt: Right out of the gate, I should say I’m not a “car guy.” I don’t know how to change my own oil (just learning to check it was a banner day), I’ve never pimped my ride, I wouldn’t know a Hemi from a hemorrhoid, and ask me about a V8 and I’ll deliver you a healthy vegetable-based beverage.
Summary: This is easily the best street racing sim of our time and with some DLC, this is going to take the throne and keep it for a long time. Buy it. No questions asked if you’re a fan of street racing!
Pros: -A-grade visual presentation., -Tons of races to get through., -Decent soundtrack., -Amazing design for the city of Los Angeles., -Easy-to-use and integrated user interface.
Cons: -A “jump to target” feature for the GPS would have been nice., -Vehicle sound effects could use some improvement., -The camera view could use a few more choices.
Excerpt: Aaron Thomas hits the streets screamin' in this video review for Midnight Club: Los Angeles. A recent update that purportedly "improves AI balance to adjust dynamically to user skill level" appears to primarily affect the AI early in the game.
Pros: Cool-looking interface, 16-player online with quite a few different modes, Gorgeous rendition of the City of Angels, Fast, exciting racing.
Cons: Excessive difficulty hinders fun, Not very original, Interface favors form over function.