Midnight Club 3: Dub Edition is a racing game developed by Rockstar San Diego and published by Rockstar Games. It is the third installment in the Midnight Club series.
This game offers a complete arrangement of different missions and races to choose from as you develop in your career. You’ll never get bored while trying to outrace everyone in the cities that you’re allowed to race in. The story introduces many new aspects of playing as you race your way to the top.
When it comes to illegal street racing, it’s all about finding the right paths and exploiting them (having a mean machine couldn’t hurt, either). There are tons of pathways and roads to take in the game’s three major cities (Atlanta, San Diego, and Detroit), though the game tends to try to lead you on one specific path using road markers. Races won’t just be given to you, though. You’ll have to drive around and scout, though they are most certainly not hard to find.
You can race other rivals by hunting them down and flashing your brights, or you can run in tournaments scattered throughout the three cities. Don’t feel like going through more than one race? You can do single races scattered all over the place. In the end, it’s all about cash and pride, more so about money. Available races will earn you quick cash, racing rivals, and doing tournaments will rake in the dough.
Customize your car, cruise around town, or just about anything you want to do. This game offers so many varieties of possible activities. The vast arrangement of car modifications will never let you get bored with changing things up a little to make your car perfect. There are more races to choose from, and you don’t have to race in a specific order. You can just drive around towns like San Diego and cruise until you run out of batteries.
The controls are pretty advanced but easy to master. There are things that Midnight Club allows players to do that most other racing games don’t. Like letting you drive in slow-motion and stuff like that. Simple driving styles make the learning curve of playing be about twenty seconds.