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|THQ sets its Juiced series loose on the city streets once again, for this sequel run of underground racing and over-the-top turns. The second game in the series offers players a wide selection of authentically modeled automobiles from enthusiast brands such as Ascari, Aston Martin, Melling, and Saleen, as well as more familiar manufacturers such as GM, Ford, and Dodge, with favorites from the likes of Honda, Hyundai, and Nissan, and VW rounding out the "Hot Imports" roster. All autos can be custom-tuned to the player's specification, and tweaked with a number of different paint jobs, decals, and other cosmetic modifications.|
Hot Import Nights puts priority on the drift racing technique, and special in-game meters monitor drift performance and challenge racers to push their rides to the limit. The game also introduces an enduring "Driver DNA" model, which brings personality to computer-controlled opponents and encourages the development of rivalries over the course of a circuit. Players can design their own custom opponents in the game's "Driver DNA Lab." Before each race, drivers can place side-bet wagers with their opponents on who will win. Which drivers take the bet -- and how much they are willing to risk -- depend on personalities and past performances.
|Game||Juiced 2: Hot Import Nights|
|Platform||Sony Playstation 3|
|Number of Players||1-8|
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Average review score based on 25 user reviews
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If you want a racing game with great graphics, and game this is it. You're able to customize your character, tune your car, bet against competitors on races,and compete in several events. This game is really good for the price. You can compete in lap challenges, drift challenges, and take on others Online. This game is a great mix of different racing games, if loved or hated NFS: ProStreet, you should pick this one up, is much more fun.
The graphics are great, when collide with other players and run into walls it shows damage to your vehicle. Speaking of your car, you can customize it fully all the way down to paint, rims, engine, you name it you can do it.
Eliminator challenges are fun, but drifting challenges are the greatest. You have to complete many challenges in this game to unlock various things in this game.
I give it a 5 star rating.
I just want this reminder off the my ebay front end. I never even played it. The Burnout I won was surprisingly better with more online support. I no longer own this game. What I had heard about it was less than stellar and even the more positive video reviews were rather unimpressive. The car list looked good and there was loads of customization, but the gameplay...wish I knew. Beyond the two aforementioned strengths, the game looks very thin. The PS3 stinks for racing games, (among other genres) and I doubt GT5 is going to Jesus Christ this system, so if you want a good racer, just roll the dice with Microsoft. Thank you.
My 11 year old is a car game geek. He says this game has cars that rock. The game keeps him busy for hours if I let it. He plays with the steering wheel and break pad. When his friends come over they go for this game over all the ps3 games and even the Wii. This game is a must have.
You have a lot of options to modify cars. The graphics are decent and when you run into walls, your bumpers or your hood could fall off your car. It's a decent game for a low price. There are a lot of different cars to choose from although you'd have to unlock them. You'd be more into this game if you like compact Japanese racing cars like 240's, Evo's, G35's, Integras, etc... There's not as much American Muscle in this game. The details of the cars were amazing, what amazed me the most was that the interior of the cars looked just like the real thing. The game play isn't too hard, you shouldn't have too much trouble trying to beat levels (unlike GT: prologue). This game DEFINITELY beats NFS:Carbon!
I like racing games, I only play racng games. However this one is possibly the worst game I've played since 1992. There is nothing good about it. The ganmeplay sucks, the cars suck (old body TT, why not the new one?), the graphics suck, the theme sucks. Stay away