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  • Summary: The Midnight Club is back and bigger than ever. Take on street racing's toughest competitors as you tear through the living city sprawls of Detroit, San Diego, Atlanta and now Tokyo at breakneck speeds. Personalize the huge assortments of all new additional rides with the latest rims, kits and upgrades hot off the street. Midnight Club 3: DUB Edition Remix is the definitive urban racing experience, giving you the ultimate freedom to choose your own route to the finish line. [Rockstar Games] Expand
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  1. Positive: 18 out of 19
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  1. With its bargain price even people who aren't usually into racing games really have no reason to avoid REMIX. [May 2006, p.78]
  2. 90
    The big new addition is Tokyo. Fortunately, the developers have made the city available by default right on the menu screen, so for those of you worried that you might have to play through the original three cities to get to the new stuff, worry not.
  3. The content on offer in Midnight Club 3: DUB Edition Remix is pretty great.
  4. 85
    Brimming with things that will irritate the hell out of you... Better than the first version, and at half the price. [Issue#139, p.72]
  5. The slight frame rate issues do grate, but Midnight Club 3 is so un-ashamedly arcade like - and refuses to even attempt to act like anything more – that it stands out as a true racing gem.
  6. While anyone who already owns the first release might find the budget price too much to pay for one new city and a few new vehicles, newcomers will find over twenty hours of offline play, and an online mode that could be played for months.
  7. Unless you're a seriously hardcore Midnight Club fan, the Remix isn't really worth buying if you've already got MC3.

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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 10 out of 12
  2. Negative: 1 out of 12
  1. Nov 22, 2011
    Midnight Club 3: DUB Edition Remix is a masterpiece. It goes beyond what a street racing game should be. It has tons of cars, which allows tons of customization. They're all licensed and realistic. The cities(yes, there's four of them!) sprawl out with lots of streets and backroads. There is a Career Mode which lets you advance through the cities, and it has plenty to offer. Want to take a trip to Tokyo? There's a mode for that. Yes, it's called Tokyo Challenge. It's similar to Career Mode, but still has plenty to offer. Will you spend hours designing crazy rides or will you try to hit the top of every track across town? THe streets are yours for the taking! Expand
  2. Jul 4, 2013
    SENSATIONAL!! He was a great competitor of NFS! But Rockstar did well with this game, but surely, came in 2nd place, under the Greater NFS! There's some bug, errors of images and some errors in the game but loved it when I ran with my car in those lanes! EPIC! Expand
  3. Jan 14, 2014
    This game generally had some problems. To start off, optional races in the game have ridiculously easy opponents that drive at 75 mph! Also, the games traffic is limited and the cops chase you for 5 seconds before they give up. Graphics and damage is sloppy, but I liked some parts despite the flaws. The handling is easy to maneuver, if too fast paced with faster cars. There are abundant vehicle and customization options, and four cities, San Diego, Detroit, Atlanta, and now Tokyo. Sandbox is small but the ultimate playground. I also liked the sound effects and the cutscene dialogue and graphics. Also, I pretty much turned addicted to this somehow. However, I gave this a six because of several bad design choices. Expand

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