Midnight Club - Los Angeles

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Brady GAMES, 2008 - Games - 207 pages
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RULE THE ROAD - DAY AND NIGHT

 

CAREER MODE SKILLS

When to launch off an exit ramp and when to slide through a corner gas station. When to blast your Nitrous into a straightaway and when to use Zone through a tunnel. When to be cautious in a turn and when to drive with reckless abandon on the opposite side of the freeway. These are not conventional routes. These are the paths to victory - and you’ll only get racing strategy this good right here.

 

COURSE MAPS

We’ve numbered every checkpoint and revealed the hidden shortcuts[md]including alternate course routes in the higher difficulty modes.

 

VEHICLE SHOWROOM

A critical review of every vehicle in the game, including important stats and specs for each one.

 

MULTIPLAYER

A complete rundown of every mode of online play and all Mega Power-ups. Plus, how to unlock incredible new rides and performance upgrades.

 

COLLECTIBLES

Find every Rockstar barrel hidden around Los Angeles!

 

 

Platform: PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360

Genre: Racing

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