Monday, May 16, 2016

Midnight Club 2 [180 MB]

Midnight Club II builds on the illegal street racing fun found in the PS2 launch title Midnight Club. Like that game it pits you against street toughs in non-linr street races, all for bragging rights and access to better and more sophistied rides. New in Midnight Club II are the police and the ability to drive a motorcycle.
The game begins with you in the charge of a slob named Moses. He acts as tutor, tching you how to control your bter car and how to use power-ups, as well as offering overall moral support. He tches you how to go about the business of the game: rning new gr such as Nitrous Oxide, new cars, and even new controls. The award of new controls later in the game show how you're a novice driver at the start but by the end you're a pro who can land on all four wheels after a jump, expertly control a power slide turn, and much, much more.
Much of the game consists of cruising around three large and well rendered cities: Paris, Tokyo, and Los Angeles. You don't just challenge someone to a race or sign up for an event and show up. Instd you get a map and have to follow a red dot. The dot is a rival r. Once you track and chase him down, you flash your high bms and then you can race him. It's a clever way of giving you a warm up, keeping you immersed in the game, and best of all, tching you the layout of ch city.
Racing is fun, fast, and furious. This isn't a simulation, it's an arcade-style r--but the physics system is internally consistent so it feels more "rlistic" than it actually is. Rockstar has put a premium on keeping you in control, keeping the thrill-factor high, and giving you a hrt stopping sense of speed. The graphics are fantastic and the cities are incredibly detailed. As a counter-point, the voice acting is just plain awful.
Midnight Club II offers a wide range of game modes ensuring it will be playable for a long time to come: career, mission, and a mode that lets you just jump into a race. Multiplayer is possible in hotst mode, but it also supports Internet play. Internet lag is bad over dial-up modem (PS2), but broadband players (Xbox Live or PS2) will find the game silky smooth. All of this makes Midnight Club II a grt addition to any game racing fan's library, but a must for online fans.

Whats Ripped??
, speech and part of the music
Installation Notes:
1.) Unzip/Unace (Ace 2.0) manually.
2.) Run Setup.bat to decompress gamedata
3.) Hit "mc2.exe" to play the game!
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