Midnight Club II (Microsoft Xbox, 2003) Complete Very Good Condition

Description

Developer Rockstar San Diego returns to the gritty urban streets for their sequel to the PlayStation 2 launch title Midnight Club: Street Racing. Players once again assume the role of an underground street racer as they embark on a potentially profitable career spanning the world, with events held in Paris, Los Angeles, and Tokyo. Rather than confine racers to a specific route on a closed-off track, Midnight Club II offers open-ended courses within each city that feature shortcuts, tunnels, bridges, jumps, overpasses, and more as players do whatever they can to stay ahead of the competition. <br><br>Each city is also filled with animated pedestrians and traffic, essentially serving as moving obstacles that can interfere with a player’s high-stakes race. New high-performance vehicles are available to drive, unlock, and store in the player’s garage, including the debut of motorcycles. Motorcycles are fast but also more difficult to control, requiring new skills to master as players weave across traffic and zip through narrow alleys. Over 28 hot rods, muscle cars, and rally cars round out the vehicle lineup, and players can perform stunts such as wheelies, tipping cars on two wheels, 360° spins, burnouts, and more to help navigate the course or to impress the competition.<br><br>Since the basic premise of the game is illegal, players should expect the police to engage in high-speed pursuits and attempt to stop them from completing the race. As in games like Need for Speed, law enforcement can call for roadblocks and rely on helicopter patrols to put an end to the competition. Also adding to the challenge is variable weather, including rain, fog, and lightning storms that can hurt visibility. In addition to high-definition television support, Midnight Club II allows Xbox owners to compete against up to three other players simultaneously via split screen, or up to seven other racers via Xbox Live or with the Xbox System Link Cable. While online, players can trash talk their opponents using the Xbox Communicator headset.

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Publisher
Rockstar Games
UPC
5026555240239, 0710425292217
eBay Product ID (ePID)
10528

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Release Year
2003
Genre
Racing
Platform
Microsoft Xbox
Game Name
Midnight Club II

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Number of Players
1-8
ESRB Rating
T-Teen
Control Elements
Gamepad/Joystick
ESRB Descriptor
Mild Lyrics, Violence
Game Name Special Features
Race through real-life cities filled with branching paths and shortcuts Engage in high-speed chases, checkpoint races, time trials, and more while progressing through Story Mode Up to eight players can race online via Xbox Liv
Game Name Series
Midnight Club Series
Location
USA

 

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