Reviews and Problems with Midnight Club: Los Angeles
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An "OK" Game
Feiscool , GameStop
26 October 2008
Summary: Ok So I love racing games so I decide to check this one out. My first impression was that the graphics were good but the map is very limited. All you can do is drive through roads, highways, and alleys. About 10 buildings you can actually drive through the windows but once there the detail is horrible. Interiors of building are horribly pixlated and have NO detail. There is no exploration value at all.
Summary: I'm a big Midnight Club fan mainly because of DUB Edition, but since buying and playing Los Angeles I hope they go back to the drawing board. The selection of cars is horrible. There are only three sport bikes, no choppers, no trucks, and from what I've seen so far, the races are all the same. To make things worse it is insanely hard to win races. The AI racers are oblivious to traffic, but you, on the other hand, get nicked by a car and do a 360 spinout.
Conclusion: This game is great, and if u liked the last one then u will like this one. the graphics are good, car customizeastion is not very detaild, there is deffinitley too much traffic in the game and u cant reduce it like u could in the old midnight club, so a big dissapointment and u loose ur money as soon as u buy it.
Conclusion: Midnight Club is visually impressive, it's definitely the best of the entire series. If you enjoyed the previous versions of Midnight Club then this is a must purchase, the game is fast good looking and enjoyable, the handling of the cars is a joy to play and just adds to the fun. The down side to Midnight Club is its longevity, though it gives you loads of ways to customise your ride and gives you a huge city to drive around; all the races start to feel the same.