Reviews and Problems with Midnight Club: Los Angeles
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Good, but buy complete edition
thatoneracingguy , GameStop
12 April 2012
Summary: This game is by far my favorite racing game of all time. It's open world racing with limitless car customization, a good world to race in, and a great soundtrack that stays loyal to the west side. You can customize every aspect of your car from performance to interior and exterior mods which is really a treat. One thing though, this is the regular MCLA, what you want to get is MCLA: Complete Edition which comes with the DLC released some time later.
Summary: Its an okay game, but it gets boring when you finish the game like theres no point on keep playing the graphics are pretty good but the story mode is short and theres not a lot of people playing live.
Summary: I got this game yesterday and already planning on selling it, dont get me wrong its a good game but its more like Need for Speed then I like and I dont like Need for Speed that much. So here are some of the reasons why I think Midnight Club L.A. is a little like Need for Speed 1. You can't switch lanes at 80 MPH without swerving half way into the next lane and when you try to straiten yourself out you swerve the other way. 2.
Summary: This game has amazing graphics, an amazing virtual version of Hollywood, great sound, great races, amazing amount of cars, good vehicle customization, but there is one flaw in the game. It is unbelievably hard. To be honest, i would crash into a car, and it would take me way too much time to get out of the wreck. I would be in first place, and when i cross an intersection, i'd be t-boned out of no where.
Summary: I purchased this game because I wanted a new racing game for the 360. It has its ups and downs. As nice as this game may look, they are many little things that kind of ruin the game. The first is how when accelerating (after being still) the car hesitates and slides. Another annoying thing is how you have to find your way to the finish line by passing through points (there isn't any sort of track to lead you).
Summary: This game is packed with features; you can even customize the inside of your car. Like MC3, you can customize every detail of your car. Xbox live users can go online and rate each other's rides, and unlock exclusive packages like hydraulics and vehicles after joining the social club. The police pursuit is very elaborate, and even features a pullover mode where the cops get out of the car right before you flee on them.
Summary: I hated mc 1 and 2 but found dub to be the greatest racing game known to man. So i was excited about the release of mc4. In mc4 i like the amazing detail of the cars and roads and how the races are labeled green, yellow, etc for difficulty. I think it has a very good storyline and how the missions are.
Imense Gameplay, Top Customisation & Alot of Racing!
19 March 2009
Conclusion: If your one of those gamers who wants a game where you can relax and do up your vehicle to the top standard you want it to be. Well, you're halfway there. The customisation in this game is what makes it. If there were none, I would not have bought it. But, if you don't really like games like Forza where you just drive around a track you may be a little disappointed.
Conclusion: This game is good but probably not as good as it could be. At first it seems quite boring but when you get into it it can be a very good game but you have to be an amazing racing game driver due to dodge the everyday traffic of los angeles during races. If you get frustrated easily then you should stay clear of this game due to you may have got very far on a race and just about to cross the finish line of a very hard racer and a normal car just pops out of nowhere and...