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Midnight Club: Los Angeles

Midnight Club: Los Angeles

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The best way to see Los Angeles is at 245mph.

Race at breakneck speeds through the streets of modern-day L.A. recreated in stunning detail. Drive the hottest range of real-world tuners, muscle cars, exotics and superbikes on the streets today. Customize your vehicle with the best after-market performance parts and custom kits. Illegal street racing with no track, no load times, no rules: Welcome to the Midnight Club.

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Official Release Date Oct 20, 2008
Genre Racing
Version  US
  ESRB Teen
Titles rated T (Teen) have content that may be suitable for ages 13 and older. Titles in this category may contain violence, suggestive themes, crude humor, minimal blood, simulated gambling, and/or infrequent use of strong language.
PAX-Code PAX0002080205
Catalog No.  BLUS-30190
Item Code  0710425372599

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Average rating:  (5 out of 5)
Total votes:6

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AlanBr (7) on 06, Mar. 2010 02:15 (HKT)
MCLA
the best game of street racing
perfect cars
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sedatigbar (2) on 05, Nov. 2009 14:31 (HKT)
Good Racing Game
This game is briliant. Good game play and i have fun to play this game.
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rom_s (10) on 20, May. 2009 18:42 (HKT)
Extremely Hard, Frustrating game
When I first looked at Midnight Club: LA, I thought that this game is going to be fantastic. Fast cars. great city and a sense of speed which has no replacement in racing gaming. When I opened the box and played, I realized that I was wrong. Even in your first race, you are having trouble with racing. You get a cheap car, race with the opponent's fast cars and you have a bad odds for the win. As you get through the story, you are having more and more trouble to win at raced. One bad turn, one crash or flatout- and your'e gone. There is almost no way to catch up with the other racers. After two days of playing, I am putting this CD back in this case, and probablly not going to play it again. The only up side is that the graphics are excellent, the city looks amazing and that you have a wide choice of customizing. Other than that, the game is way too hard and way too frustrating for me, and i'm not the one who gets easily frustrated. Too bad.
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PuNiao (365) on 28, Jan. 2009 16:54 (HKT)
Glam Street Racing
Pimp your ride and race through glamorous Hollywood at breakneck speed. True to the spirit of street racing, Midnight Club: Los Angeles places you in an environment with complete freedom to take on races or cruise around while terrorizing pedestrians and evading the police. You play an unnamed racer starting his career in LA, earning street credibility and cash by racing. As you progress, you meet racers who constantly challenge you to tournaments and even risky wager and pinkslip races where you can stand to earn or lose money and vehicles. Other characters will hire you for car delivery missions or to seek and destroy a marked vehicle. Races early in your career can prove challenging when you lack funds to tune your car or buy better ones.

Do not be surprised if you spend hours trying to win a race as unpredictable and dynamic factors such as traffic, police intervention and sneaky opponents trip you up. Be warned: The police are persistent and difficult to outrun - if arrested, you will be fined. Racing in the streets without barricades can easily lead to wrong turns. Although the mini map can guide you back on track, the mistake is costly on expressways where there are limited exits. Be warned that playing Midnight Club: Los Angeles requires intense concentration as you must focus both on the map and the road.

Midnight Club: Los Angeles features various categories of cars for racing including tuner, muscle, luxury and even motorcycles. The beauty of motorcycles is their agility in navigating narrow ramps or sharp turns. As you progress, you can install one of four special abilities in your vehicles. Aggro makes your vehicle temporarily invulnerable and Zone slows time giving you precise control. There is EMP, which disables your rivals' vehicles and Roar, which pushes them away from you. Modding vehicles is a no brainer - you simply buy standard upgrade kits for components like engine, brakes and nitrous. Midnight Club: Los Angeles also offers plenty of customizations to pretty up your ride - from decals to paints to body kits topped off with options for multiple layers, colors and even resizing. Clearly, Midnight Club: Los Angeles flaunts aesthetics over physics. If you get tired of racing, cruise around and explore the game's realistic rendition of LA. You will be rewarded with the discovery of shortcuts and hidden packages.

Cruising also lets you enjoy the scenery which you barely notice during races - transitions of light in the day and night cycle, dramatic weather changes and even glistening roads after the rain. Midnight Club: Los Angeles's online multiplayer mode offers adrenaline-filled fun. Apart from ad hoc races, there are various "capture the flag" games played either one-on-one or team against team. Sweaty palms are guaranteed in the thrilling Stockpile game in which you pass a hidden bomb to someone else before it detonates. All said, Midnight Club: Los Angeles challenging races early in the game might scare off novices though its elementary vehicle moddling system might put off hardcore racers. Although it does not add anything new to the racing genre, its entertaining online mode and accurate depiction of the actual LA locale offers plenty of bang for your buck.
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barracuda81 (1) on 06, Nov. 2008 18:38 (HKT)
Awesome
Hurricane mix of need for speed and burnout. GTA 4 engine rebuilt for this superior game. Must have for players.
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