These profiles, along with the profiles of select celebrities will be available for download across all online gaming systems. Juiced 2 includes three types of racing - Circuit, Destination and Drift races. It is an awesome Racing and Sports game. Neither is perfect, and they almost feel like polar opposites. When you enter a drift event, however, you'll feel like you're in a completely different vehicle.
Gamers will also be able to bet cash on each event,bringing a gambling element to the game that greatly increases the importance of each race. Take on real-life crews and star drivers from the tuning scene. It's also nice that not all of the goals require you to actually win a race, which will help those who begin to struggle at the later tiers. Play for Pinks: Stake your prize ride on a race or a drift competition to win your opponent's pride and joy. The game system is inspired by Need for Speed: Underground which is inspired by the series Battle Shutokō , but the racing style is realistic, similar to the Gran Turismo PlayStation. Racing developer Juice Games has evolved the game-play that revolutionized online racing, giving players the power to create their car, assemble their crew and put it all on the line in intense pink slip and crew races.
You'll immediately notice issues with the game's control system. Fortunately, the track design is generally pretty good. On-track betting features up to 1000 other players all cheering and booing to jangle the competition's nerves. While going from race to race is much better this time around, what with the game having a series of goals to hit at your leisure before advancing rather than relying on a calendar, a number of other elements outside of racing are poorly implemented. Get your car sideways for as long as possible to rack up the big scores--controlling a car has never been more rewarding.
These profiles, along with the profiles of select celebrities will be available for download across all online gaming systems. The racing controls are overly touchy, where if you tap the stick to the side your vehicle will veer quickly in that direction. The environments that you see trackside aren't all that memorable the only building or object that we can remember off-hand is the Eiffel Tower , but what's important is the layout of the tracks and they do indeed make for fun racing circuits. But here we have Juiced 2 : Hot Import Nights from Juice Games, the sequel to the original 2005 release of Juiced. Play a full career mode online. Keyboard, Mouse, Xbox 360 Controller Installation Instructions 1. The game starts off in a night club where the player selects their character and car.
Each level has a number of goals for you to complete, and they're generally pretty varied. The damage is clearly visible in Juiced, and must be repaired before the player can tune up the car. In order to help you get your car sideways, the game makes you feel like you're sliding around on ice. Racing developer Juice Games has evolved the game-play that revolutionized online racing, giving players the power to create their car, assemble their crew and put it all on the line in intense pink slip and crew races. There are two distinct driving mechanics - racing and drifting. After choosing a character and car, the player will get a list of available races, three of which must be won in order to move up to the next level.
Earn your boost: Powerslide through the corners to get a nitrous refill. Take the party to the World's most famous landmarks--race around the Eiffel Tower, Big Ben, San Francisco, Tokyo, the Sydney Opera House and Rome's Coliseum. It's actually difficult to keep your car straight, which is important in the Drift Obliterator events where you need to actually cross the finish line first. It's a sleeker experience to be sure, but it's still far from perfect. Players can also race in a variety of events, from drifting, where players are given points and nitrous refills the longer they have their car sideways around a corner as well as playing for pinks, where cars are put on the line, the winner keeping the losers car and even the classic simple racing to the finish line. The PlayStation 3 version was released on October 22, 2007.
The follow-up sees a large number of changes in the series' overall design - the calendar-driven event sequence is gone, you no longer have to pay to repair damage after a race nor pony up a race fee to enter an event. It is a sequel to the 2005 game and it utilizes more advanced car modification methods in comparison to its predecessor. There is also a career mode, where the player advances through closed in courses, different from the original which had the player avoid against traffic while this version is a more organized feel to it. Full Specifications General Publisher Publisher web site Release Date October 15, 2017 Date Added October 15, 2017 Version 1. There's a nice variety of turn types, be it tight 90-degree hooks or long, looping runs that you can quickly drift through, and they're mixed up well. The cool part is that you can achieve multiple goals in a single race, so if you're good and know what you're looking for, you can cut down on the number of races you need to partake in to advance. While the tracks are fun and the driving mechanics are passable, the presentation aspects of the Career mode and so forth are extremely hit or miss.
But at the same time, they do work and don't really ever get in the way of your driving. One thing that we like quite a bit is the new goal-based progression. The game offers different modes including career and arcade that we present the player with the challenges of increasing difficulty. Enjoy amazing modding and tuning options--resize wheels, fit scissor doors--almost limitless graphics options: Decals, paint layers, sticker layers and interiors. While both mechanics act predictably and you can quickly get used to them, that doesn't mean that they're good.