Midnight Club 3 Dub Edition Remix
Itís funny you know, if
any other series had seen this many incarnations of one game, you would
probably just give up on it. Fortunately this is not just any game and
each version of Midnight Club 3 has seen improvements and modifications
that should still keep people who bought the first one satisfied.
Entering the fray at a lower price, Remix ups the
ante from the initial Dub Edition (so name from itís association with
Dub Magazine) and adds some tracks, of both the music and racing
variety. You can find out more about Midnight Club 3 simply by choosing
those titles from our other reviews.
The map from MC2 featuring Tokyo is the biggest
drawcard for the game, and the ability to simply jump in from the main
menu and play is great. Rockstar have really upped the ante on the Remix
edition, providing real value for gamers who are looking to get into
this great series. New tracks, new tunes and an approach to the game
that made it truly a lot more fun for the casual gamer, Remix is a heck
of a lot of game.
There are still some things that remain from previous
versions of the title, like a niggling framerate that shudders a little
bit when the going gets tough and the general appearance is that of an
older game. Graphically though, I am still firmly of the impression the
Remix is a sweet looking title that holds up in itís own right to a lot
of the current crop of racing titles.
The massive amount of vehicle customisation is still
here for you all and the ability to fully pimp your ride out is a great
deal of fun for the whole family. Midnight Club takes the game beyond
just little tweaks and bits and pieces running the full gamut of making
your vehicle the best it can be and looking amazing in the process.
Compatibility exists with other MC3 games which is a
real bonus for you online freaks and as long as you are not only using
the Remix edition, owners of the older versions should be more than
ready to be beaten by your driving prowess.
If you havenít played MC before, then this title is
most certainly worth buying. If you have Dub Edition, then maybe the
best thing to do is rent and see if the buy comes next. Good Stuff.