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Lately, it seems the PSP has been neglected by a lot of Western developers, with no significant releases in quite some time. Meanwhile, Rockstar has decided to bring over the latest iteration in its Midnight Club series with Midnight Club L.A. Remix. While I’m not exactly the biggest racing fan, I do enjoy games like Burnout Paradise that give the player the freedom to explore, as opposed to a set list of races you have to do immediately. L.A. Remix retains this theme of gameplay, and more or le...1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
This holiday season the choices for games on the PSP are very limited, and only two street racing games came out for the PSP. Midnight Club LA Remix is one of those games asking for your money.To start, this is not Midnight Club 3. For those who did not play that, it was a port of the PS2 version. Now the PSP showed it was capable of playing that game. The problem is the game wasn't too optimized for the PSP. The game had massive load times. You turn the game on and it takes a couple of minutes...1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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