Pimp My Ride: Street Racing (2009)





Type: Racing

Developer: Virtuos Ltd.

Publisher: Activision Publishing, Inc.

Platforms: DS, PS2

Damageable vehicles: Yes

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  • Playable Vehicles

    Audi A4
    Kerberos H3
    BMW 3
    DTM 98
    1956 Cadillac Series 62
    Buzzard ST-30
    Chevrolet Corvette
    Arsinoe 09
    1969 Dodge Charger Daytona
    Auriga RT
    2005 Dodge Viper
    Acheron Turbo
    2008 Fiat 500
    Muses 500
    Fiat Coupé
    Wagtail EXI
    Ford F-100
    Super Saber 2000
    1977 Ford Granada
    Pegasus VTI
    1962 Ford Thunderbird
    Lepus 62
    Honda Civic
    Aphrodite LI
    Land-Rover Range Rover
    Passenger PT-06
    2000 Lotus Elise
    PMS E500
    MG XPower
    Sagitta 8OT
    1965 Oldsmobile 98
    Amaimon 96
    2003 Peugeot 106
    Kaus AT-2009
    Saleen S7
    Ares GT
    1969 Shelby GT500
    Gaea V8
    1999 Toyota Tacoma
    Pickup

    Unplayable Vehicles

    Fiat 500
    Ford Explorer
    Ford F-150
    Ford F-350
    Honda Civic
    Honda CR-X
    Lotus Elise
    Mitsubishi Diamante
    Subaru Liberty

    Tracks or places:

    FR City of Light 1
    FR City of Light 2
    FR City of Light 3
    US Downtown 1
    US Downtown 2
    US Downtown 3
    Posh Area 1
    Posh Area 2
    Posh Area 3
    UK Queen City 1
    UK Queen City 2
    UK Queen City 3
    Seashore 1
    Seashore 2
    Seashore 3
    The Hood 1
    The Hood 2
    The Hood 3

    Comments

    Author Message
    ID Ryan2t4

    2022-08-14 17:08
    Seashore is Rio De Janeiro


    AU Silnev

    2022-07-19 22:10
    Entry complete.

    Compared to the other Pimp My Ride game this game has very little connection to the show. Sure it has the logo and theme for the intro but apart from the logo appearing on billboards and customization being referred to as "pimp" there is no connection otherwise to the show. No Xzibit, no owners, no west coast customs nor GAS. Heck this game came out 2 years after the show was cancelled.

    In regards to the game itself it is extremely boring and repetitive. There's not much to it. It's no wonder it was sold for $40 and even then I think that's too much.

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