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Midtown Madness 2
Midtown Madness 2
Tear through the streets of San Francisco in an uphill (and downhill) battle to beat the clock! Or hop the pond to merry old England and watch the bobby-cops go bloody balmy as you throttle through downtown London.

Midtown Madness 2 is the exact opposite of the typical racing game. Instead it's the simple racer for which PC speed freaks have been praying. It looks and plays better than most console racers, and while it is definitely an arcade racer and not a full-on driving simulation, that doesn't mean you can play it with your brain in park. The only people who might have a gripe with Midtown 2 are those who played the original to death, as the sequel is only slightly improved from the original. As in the original game, Midtown 2 features wild racing through busy city streets complete with multicar pileups and citizens diving for cover.
This time the action takes place in the streets of San Francisco and London. As expected, San Francisco sports its many landmarks and famous rolling hills, which offer plenty of chances to build up speed for ludicrous stunts. Keep an eye open for the Golden Gate Bridge and the Palace of Fine Arts. London's tight turns and twisting streets put the emphasis on driver skill rather than flat-out speed. Landmarks include Buckingham Palace, Big Ben, and Trafalgar Square. Of course, the secret to success in the Midtown games is to find unconventional shortcuts that can bring about a quick victory.
For the most part players will be racing in standard circuit and checkpoint races. Interestingly, you must unlock most of the 20 cars in the game by finishing a series of races or completing the two in-game driving schools. You can't drive our favorite car--the Aston Martin DB7--until you finish British cabby school, but once you do get it, you'll be a terror on the highways. We only wish more automobiles were available right from the start, as the performance of the cars varies as wildly as their makes and models.
While the cities are interesting to look at and many of the structures contain shortcuts and other secret passages, the overall look of the game is more cartoony than realistic. While the graphics don't stand up against the Need for Speed games, they are more than adequate in their own right. However, you will need a fairly powerful machine to see them in all their cartoony glory. --Mark Brooks
Pros:
Fast-paced driving action
Easy to play with a wide variety of cars
London and San Francisco look just enough like their real counterparts to be worth exploring even when not racing
Cons:
Too many vehicles need to be unlocked by completing various tasks
Graphics, while decent, aren't the most up-to-date
If you've played the first game, there really isn't a lot here you haven't seen already

Let this game manage your road rage. Midtown Madness 2, sequel to one of the biggest sellers of 1999, is an over-the-top street racer where the focus is more on fun than it is on racing etiquette. This version builds on the gameplay of the first, and adds San Francisco and London--complete with accurate street maps and landmarks--to the itinerary. Also added to the vehicle roster are nine new urban machines, such as the Freightliner fire truck and a traditional English taxicab. The game is designed for you to explore your shortcuts, so go ahead and take that brand new Mustang down Lombard Street or cut across Hyde Park. You can bring your driving abilities up to speed in the game's crash-course mode, where you can unlock cool new cars and races by completing some skill-building exercises.

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