Metascore
87

Generally favorable reviews - based on 16 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 16 out of 16
  2. Mixed: 0 out of 16
  3. Negative: 0 out of 16
  1. 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.
  2. The content on offer in Midnight Club 3: DUB Edition Remix is pretty great.
  3. I love the action, but I just wish I had a more compelling reason to play the game other than the sake of completing it.
  4. In all, the new stuff adds more than 30 percent to the top of the already full-featured title. [May 2006, p.97]
  5. As definitive as the street racing brand gets...at least, for this generation.
  6. Gorgeous racing at a budget price. What are you waiting for? [June 2006, p.80]
  7. It all adds up to a breakneck racing experience that offers a lot of fun (especially when you consider the online modes) for a little cash.
  8. The new content and cheaper price make Remix the definitive version of Midnight Club 3, but there's not enough new to draw in those who already took the plunge last year.
  9. 90
    If you've never play MC3 before, or if you're the best MC3 player in the world, you owe it to yourself to snag Remix, pimp out some rides, earn some phat cash and experience one of the best racers for the Xbox. It's really quite that simple.
  10. The safest purchase you'll have this year on the Xbox.
  11. 88
    An insanely fast, choatic and progressive racing game that betters the second in the series with more accessible racing, without losing its competitive edge.
  12. Twenty quid for dozens of modifiable cars, 4 well realised cities and plenty of online and offline races is a good deal in anyone's book, and especially ours.
  13. Now this is the right way to do a Platinum Hit! [Jun 2006, p.81]
  14. 80
    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.
  15. Driving around Tokyo is something that some Midnight Club gamers will have never achieved thanks to the challenge that was Midnight Club 2, so it's rather helpful of Rockstar to package the city into Remix for all to enjoy from the off.
  16. If you are looking for a masterpiece of racing as a genre, Midnight Club 3: Dub Edition Remix probably isn't quite it, but it's plenty close, with open-ended free play where you can choose what to do freely.

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