Midnight Club 3: DUB Edition Review

Midnight Club 3

Let’s look at the PSP release of Midnight Club 3: Dub Edition. The menu we encounter when our game opens is the same as the menu on PS2, but after each option, we do not fly to a separate street or building. This must be so as not to tire the PSP too much. We immediately create a user and enter our Career Mode. The input that input…

5 minutes later…

I chose my car and the loading screen came in front of me again. Loading time took 5 min. I survived the first shock. I was beginning to think that the PSP must have caught on for a while Dec. But what I saw, it was worth it for 5 minutes. In the lower left corner is a map just like In Need For Speed Underground 2. It’s a map with various race points and individual riders like you marked on it. With the Select button, you can look at the large state of the map. The X key is gas, the R key is handbrake, The Square key is nitro (boost), and the Triangle key is reverse. With Analog, you turn right and left. You can change the music with the Left arrow key. When you get to any race point on the map, you also go to the race with the Up button. Then she stops…

After 3 minutes…

We started the race. Our goal is to finish the race by passing the checkpoints on the road. Vehicles in the game are divided into 3 classes.

The first is Agro. Heavy vehicles fall into this class. Agron’s feature when you press o, your car becomes untouchable and throws the car you hit to the side. Of course, you can’t always use it. You can fill your Agro meter by hitting or rubbing objects around it.

Our other sophomore is Roar. Vehicles with high engine power can benefit from The Roar. The feature of this is that when it is started, the vehicles in front of you are scattered around, and there is room in front of you for you to pass. Just use your car drift (sliding) to fill your roar meter.

In our senior year, Zone. Who wants to slow down time and glide through cars while racing? Sports cars and motorcycles, of course. You can only earn this feature by using the correct tool.

The Graphics Are Amazing!

Midnight Club 3: Dub Edition with the best graphics I’ve ever seen on PSP. The length of Loading times is also due to this. The graphics are too good to call PS2. Turning right and left while using Nitro slows the game down a bit, but this is something that needs to happen. PSP can’t do better with today’s technology.

The Soundtrack Is Phenomenal!

The soundtrack on PS2 was transferred to PSP. It features names and bands such as 50 Cent, Sean Paul, G-Unit, Fat Joe. Car sounds and atmosphere don’t lag behind.

We can modify our car in our garage. Although it does not have as wide a content as NFSU 2, you have the opportunity to modify it in sufficient numbers. In addition, you can add Vinyl to your car.

Midnight Club 3: Dub Edition is a game that those who want to push their limits on PSP and want to experience this pleasure everywhere should not miss. Better than PS2? I think yes.

The Graphics Are Amazing!

Midnight Club 3: Dub Edition with the best graphics I’ve ever seen on PSP. The length of Loading times is also due to this. The graphics are too good to call PS2. Turning right and left while using Nitro slows the game down a bit, but this is something that needs to happen. PSP can’t do better with today’s technology.

The Soundtrack Is Phenomenal!

The soundtrack on PS2 was transferred to PSP. It features names and bands such as 50 Cent, Sean Paul, G-Unit, Fat Joe. Car sounds and atmosphere don’t lag behind.

Modifier Youth!

We can modify our car in our garage. Although it does not have as wide a content as NFSU 2, you have the opportunity to modify it in sufficient numbers. In addition, you can add Vinyl to your car.

Take it and play!

Midnight Club 3: Dub Edition is a game that those who want to push their limits on PSP and want to experience this pleasure everywhere should not miss. Better than PS2? I think yes.

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