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Midnight Club: Street Racing [Platinum] (PS2)

Midnight Club: Street Racing [Platinum] (PS2)
alaScore 74

43 reviews

Apr, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 43 reviews from magazines and websites.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation 2 Games (PS2) the Midnight Club: Street Racing [Platinum] (PS2) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 74/100 = Good quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 43 reviews)

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Midnight Club: Street Racing (PlayStation 2)

 

Back in 1999, a developer called Angel Studios teamed up with Microsoft and released Midtown Madness, a PC racing game that plunked you down in the middle of a realistically modeled city (in this case, Chicago) and let you engage in different types of...

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Midnight Club: Street Racing

 

Angel Studios' second PS2 title is another great effort.

Also have a copy of Smuggler's Run? Angel Studios has included a little treat where if you have a save from Smuggler's Run on your memory card, it will unlock secret vehicles taken from Smuggler's Run that can be used in all the modes in the arcade...

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Midnight Club: Street Racing

 

As midnight approaches, the Midnight Club - an illegal street racing group- peaks out and gears up their cars for some dangerously fast action. Using tricked out vehicles that soar at a blistering 150 MPH, these street racers are in it for the cash and...

 There is a great deal of cars included in Midnight Club: Street Racing, approximately 42 cars available in total, with the ability to add a few more cars if you have a game save from Smuggler's Run on your memory card. All of the cars are based on...

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Midnight Club: Street Racing [Platinum]

 

If you just can't drive 55, join the club. In Midnight Club: Street Racing, you start out as a New York cab driver tired of the same old driving every night. You soon become involved in an underground organization dedicated to illegal street racing. Chall

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Spider-Man for PlayStation 2

 

The day I bought my PlayStation 2, there were 2 games that came home with me: SPIDER-MAN and EVIL DEAD: FISTFUL OF BOOMSTICK. I imagined Evil Dead would be the one I spent most of my time on, and for a while it was. But when I hit a standstill on that ...

Great fun, I was actually sorry to reach the end

A time or two it got so difficult I wanted to quit

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Spider-Sham? Ultimately . . nahhh!

 

Even with the hype of this new game, I waited to buy it used from blockbuster. The price was still kind of steep, at $40 . . . . but I cant complain. In the beginning, bad guys with guns gave me a lot of trouble. Getting away from their deadly...

Exciting areas or game play, hilarious training sequence

Difficult movement, shadows too dark, game MAY get repetitive

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More garbage for PS2

 

My first review. You may wonder what drove me to this, the Epinions(sm) review board, or maybe you don't, but I shall tell you anyway. Yes, I waited until PS2 dropped from $300 to $200 to make the purchase. The pain of parting with such a pretty piece...

Tobey Maguire is slightly less comatose as a video game character

Slow loading, lame graphics, unplayable

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Makers could have tried harder

 

Spiderman for Ps2 was a big disappointment for me. After seeing the movie I was excited to be able to play as Spiderman himself. To my surprise this game wasn't too great. The graphics were exceptional for ps2 but neither the plot nor the camera angles...

Great graphics and a lot of gadgets

Bad camera angles

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Spider Sense...Tingling...feels good....

 

(Prior apologies to Columbia Studios and Spiderman director Sam Raimi for butchering the film's opening script.)

nice graphics, smooth controls, innovative aerial levels, feels like Spidey

inconsistent and frustrating camera system

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Spiderman For The PS2 Just Doesn't Live Up To Its PSX Brother...

 

Graphics, DVD Extras

Repetitive, Low Replay Value, Thin Plot

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