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Midnight Club: Los Angeles

Discussion in 'Gaming' started by Siflan, Oct 29, 2008.

  1. Siflan

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    So, I got this game. Just started it. It was released, kind of under the radar. It's pretty good so far.
     

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  2. Rob

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    How do you like the game? It seems to get pretty good reviews on GameTrailers.com:
    http://www.gametrailers.com/player/42021.html

    It actually looks pretty sick although I wonder how online mode is since lagging with 16 players in a racing game basically ruins everything.

    I like the mode that just sets a destination and you have to navigate the shortest route. All in all it seems like there is a lot of pretty good options and scenarios.

    By the way, what do people consider the "Gold Standard" of racing games these days?
     
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    The game looks great. I've always been a fan of the fact that they allow you to roam around the city. Midnight Club has done a great job of edging out Need for Speed. As far as the Gold Standard for racing game? Hmm, I may have to say that Gran Turismo may hold the top spot.
     
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    The game's great. I've yet to play online mode, only 'cause I'm still hooking up my car and winnin' the local races. Once I get a better car, I'll take it to online mode. On the PSP though, they did an excellent job with the load time.
     

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