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Midnight Club II

Platform : PlayStation2
22 customer reviews

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  • You play an elite illegal street racer
  • Expanded maps and enhanced AI
  • Race through Paris, Los Angeles, and Tokyo
  • Open-ended routes, with loads of shortcuts
  • Live environments with pedestrians, vehicles backing out of driveways, and other obstacles
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Game Information

  • Platform:   PlayStation2
  • PEGI Rating: Ages 16 and Over Suitable for 16 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 16. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 16 years of age or over.
  • Media: Video Game

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  • ASIN: B00008GTD1
  • Product Dimensions: 18.8 x 13.6 x 1.6 cm ; 118 g
  • Release Date: 2 May 2003
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 15,256 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

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In Midnight Club II you are an elite, next-generation illegal street racer, racing through the cities of Paris, Los Angeles, and Tokyo. Each location boasts open-ended routes, loads of shortcuts, and massive jumps. Filled with pedestrians, vehicles backing out of driveways, benches, lights, parking meters, trash, and other municipal properties, these living cities will require complete concentration and deft driving skills.

Amazon.co.uk Review

Midnight Club II builds on the illegal street racing fun found in the PS2 launch title Midnight Club. Like the original, it pits you against street toughs in non-linear street races in which you can earn new gear, new cars, and even new controls--you're a novice driver at the start, but by the end you're a pro who can land on all four wheels after a jump, expertly control a power slide turn, and much more.

New in Midnight Club II are the presence of the police and the ability to drive a motorcycle. Much of the game consists of cruising around three large and well rendered cities: Paris, Tokyo, and Los Angeles, following a red dot on a map. The dot is a rival racer; once you track and chase them down, you flash your high beams and then you can race them. It's a clever way of giving you a warm up, keeping you immersed in the game, and best of all, teaching you the layout of each city.

Racing is fun, fast, and furious. This isn't a simulation, it's an arcade-style racer--but the physics system is internally consistent so it feels more realistic than it actually is. Rockstar has put a premium on keeping you in control, keeping the thrill-factor high, and giving you a heart-stopping sense of speed. The graphics are fantastic and the cities are incredibly detailed. As a counter-point, the voice acting is just plain awful.

Midnight Club II offers a wide range of game modes, ensuring it will be playable for a long time to come: career, mission, and a mode that lets you just jump into a race. Multiplayer is possible in hot seat mode. All of this makes Midnight Club II a great addition to any video game racing fan's library. --Bob Andrews


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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 20 Aug. 2004
Format: Video Game
This game is absolutely superb. It has everything that you want. Really there are no bad points about this game other than the fact you can't add things to your car like on NEED FOR SPEED:UNDERGROUND, the only thing you can do is change the colour of your car which disappointed me a little bit. That is the only bad point of the game really as all the other aspects are pretty good.
Good points about this game are that the graphics are simply stunning and the cities actually look like the actual real life cities, the cars look like the actual real cars but their names are actually fake for example the TORQUE in real life is the NISSAN SKYLINE. Some of the cars on the game are like the one's you see in the film FAST AND THE FURIOUS like the 1971 BESTIA in the final race and the JERSEY XS.
Also the gameplay is absolutely superb and using the left analog stick to control the car is much easier than using the arrow buttons. The features such as BURNOUT,NITROUS and WEIGHT TRANSFER are extremely essential in this game. The only feature that i find difficult to master is TWO WHEEL TRANSFER. It is quite difficult to use sometimes however once you are confident with using it then it is extremely essential.
The storyline is good although people argue that it may get very repetitive at times. The storyline is spanned across three cities in which you have to find racers to compete against in order to become the city champ. Career mode is quite long and pretty hard which is why i like it because i think most racing games aren't much of a challenge. It can become very frustarting when you keep losing to the same racer and you are stuck on that race and it takes you about 20 times to complete it.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By K. J. Verma on 26 May 2003
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i played this game first time at my cousins place and fell in love with it immediately. The graphics are ace, the driving is so smooth and quick and the features are excellent - if u can bear the continuing 'annoying' comments of the rival drivers then ur on. This game rocks and totally has that adrenaline kick and addiction mode going. Itll keep you on it for ages.
The music, smoothness of the gameplay and general fun you have wen playing is typical of rockstar. if u love the grand theft auto series and any other racing games - (Even if u dont) BUY THIS GAME! You owe to yrself and the makers :)
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Mr Louie Al-Samaraie on 23 Aug. 2003
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This game is a brilliant racer and offers more excietment than GT3 it has 27 cars and 3 motorbikes, three massive citys L.A. Paris and Tokyo. A long career mode, a long arcade mode and battles with the CPU such as capture the flag. And also it has online play which is really addictive if you can get in to a game, which proves to be hard.
The graphics are really good and you can tell what cars they really are in the world, (because the cars have fake names and no car symbols, just the shape gives it away). The sound is really good the cars have got brilliant rev ups and soung good on the roads, also the music/radio has loads to listen to about 15 tracks in each city offering rap, pop, techno.
Now here comes the bad bit, the game is just too frustrating in career mode, i guarantee that 85% of races will give you trouble making you really angry. Some races are so hard they take up to 40-50 times to pass. Its just the little things, like when you miss the turn for that finish line, or when buses pop out of nowhere and make you crash or you keep getting knocked off your bike by the oppenents. But i guess all the difficulty makes the game longer so thats good. Really good street racer, worth a try.
If the fast and the furious is going to be anything like this then i will look out for it.
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11 of 14 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 22 April 2003
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Well... what can I say?I played the first game and thought "well this is a good game... could do with a little more realism" and so what happens.Another game comes out with improved graphics, more shortcuts to take, as well as a living environment, such as pedestrians, other cars, benches, lights, parking meters, rubbish, and other things, these living cities will require complete concentration and excellent driving skills. There are 3 cities to drive around in and millions of ways to get to the finish. It has completely overhauled technology from the first game, incredible new vehicles, and a driving experience like nothing you've ever had before. Choose from the latest performance enhanced cars and bikes and compete head-to-head with the computer to make a name for yourself. Or battle it out with up to 3 other mates in the most incredible multiplayer modes. But you'll have to master evasive tactics to duck authorities. Find the fastest route to win the races. This is a completely incredible game and I highly recommend it.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By jamie on 13 May 2003
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this is an excellent game. what more could you want from a racing game. Midnight Club 2 offers a wide range of vehicles such as extremely fast cars to moterbikes. There are 3 cities which you can race in, L.A, Paris and Tokyo. All three of the cities have on open circuit so you do not need to keep to one track, which is a bonus because you can take shortcuts and jump over obstacles and buildings. The graphics are the same as Grand Theft Auto: Vice City. If you are going to buy a game this should be the one.
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