L.A. Rush (2005)
Developer: Pitbull Syndicate
Publisher: Midway Games
Platforms: PC, PS2, PSP, Xbox
Damageable vehicles: Yes
| Victor_2003 wrote |
Also, i forgot the mention of the vehicles with the same engine sound effect.
| WolfLover94 wrote |
I am completing for first time because i met in a list of failed games, the game have positive points like the graphics quality, car selection, best great Los Angeles representation before Midnight Club L.A, impressive vehicle damage but lacks of originality by copy Midnight Club gameplay, horrendous PC port that can kill the PC, missing customization which is limited to Weast Coast upgrades, the car physics looks like they are made with cardinais during a ramp jump, characters that you can forgot easily and the bad acting during the cutscenes are the negative points of the game.
|This game was okay until it stopped working and I got rid of it, got it and Tale Of Despereaux on the PS2 from a going out of business sale from my favorite store in 2016.|
I liked the high amount of traffic on the highways and the indents on the sand as you drive over it.
The soundtrack was...eh, if you like hiphop by has-beens and APM tunes.
|I found a obscure Java version of this game. |
-- Last edit: 2023-04-21 02:28:27
|Gen 6 the PS2 was always inferior.|
We learned the order would stay the same : DC=PS2
-- Last edit: 2019-12-19 22:52:03
| TheGreaser wrote |
yes, but they're sold to midway games and renamed midway studios newcastle by the time.
|Is the game anygood in relation to Midnight Club and NFS MW ?|| Flippedoutkyrii
|Man, I remember having so much fun with the Xbox Demo of this game |
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