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Midnight Club 3 : DUB Edition (PSP)

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There are seven types of cars: Tuners, Luxury Sedans, SUVs/Trucks, Exotics, Muscle Cars, Sport Bikes, and Choppers. And the thing that really sucks here is that you can come to realize that, with a little custom-fitting for the PSP, this could have been a must-own. Still, I encourage you to pick Midnight Club 3: DUB Edition up and give your dusty PSP something to play, even with the load time issue.

The PlayStation Portable release received a "Platinum" sales award from the Entertainment and Leisure Software Publishers Association (ELSPA), [38] indicating sales of at least 300,000 copies in the United Kingdom. The only thing that really got lost in the translation is the pedestrian population, and frankly, except for the flag girls who started the races, we don't miss those walking targets much. Now you can drive authentic SUVs, import tuners, muscle cars, choppers, and luxury rides, and upgrade their rims, trims, and more.Of course, to customize the crap out of things, you have to earn money and, not to patronize you, dear reader, but you earn money through racing. Textures and building architecture are remarkably accurate to the console edition -- like Tony Hawk's Underground 2 Remix from Activision, there's little that's noticeable at first glance besides the smaller screen you're playing the game on. THUG2 on PSP did reveal itself a little bit under closer scrutiny, but with the PSP version of Midnight Club, there are aspects of the game that actually looked better on PSP.

About six million (okay, so maybe 100) or so different songs from the likes of The Game, Jimmy Eat World, Ash, Fat Joe, Queens of the Stone Age and many more ensure that you won’t hear the same tune twice either (at least, not for a while anyway). There are even other vehicles, including trucks and motorcycles that you can customize the crap out of. And while I'm no tech expert, a few experiments with the game engine show that a much better game could have been plenty possible, if only the game had been given more time and a more focused approach to the port. The series that took racing from tracks to the open urban streets is back, and the stakes are even higher.I chose the Mitsubishi Eclipse, but there are cars from nearly every manufacturer in this game, including Chevrolet, Mercedes-Benz, Nissan, and Chrysler. The PSP in your hands melts away and you’re transformed into the drivers’ seat of whatever ride you choose. The third installment in the Midnight Club series arrives with more speed, choices, and chrome than in previous editions. Musical artists found in the game include numerous Army of the Pharaohs members, The Game, Paul Wall, T.

This game offers a lot of car customisation and a lot of playability but the game isn't easy to complete, however there is not much sense of speed (especially with the slower bikes and cars) and it can also be a bit hard to control, the game sometimes glitches (such as getting stuck in walls), however it is good if you are looking for a game with lastability as it is quite big compared to most other PSP games. The game has to load every time you start a race -- it's a big, open city, but you can't do anything in it without having to reload the whole thing.It's amazing that it all got on a system with just one stick and this many buttons, and there are times where you will wish you had three hands to hit one button more than you have spare fingers for, but the control set-up works well.

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