Reviews and Problems with Midnight Club: Los Angeles
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Midnight Club Los Angeles Complete Edition
Family Friendly Gaming
2 weeks ago
Excerpt: I saw Midnight Club Los Angeles Complete Edition on sale at Target in the Clearance end aisle cap for $6.86. I saw it was from Rockstar Games, and they are mainly known for mean, ugly, hateful, divisive, gross, and disgusting video games.
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.
Excerpt: After the colossal success of GTA IV earlier this year comes yet another epic freeform game from those masters of open world gaming at Rockstar. This fourth chapter of the series sees the franchise making its debut on next gen. For those of you new to the franchise, the concept is simple.
Excerpt: Midnight Club: Los Angeles is a lot like the women you see walking around on Rodeo Drive—very pretty, but pretty shallow, too. Even worse, like the biggest divas wandering the streets of Hollywood, Rockstar's racer can be very demanding of its suitors—the game asks players to accept a lot of...
Pros: Using one of the nonsensical (but fun) super-powers to snatch victory from the jaws of defeat.
Cons: Losing a car in a pink slip race because of the A.I.'s insane ability to rubber band back into the race even when they're off the map.
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.
Review: Midnight Club: Los Angeles (Microsoft Xbox 360)
7 November 2008
Excerpt: The Will Farrell movie Talladega Nights featured several great lines, including one from the main character where he sums up his complete motivation for his character for the rest of the film: “I want to go fast”Â�. Who doesn’t want to go fast?
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.