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Juiced 2: Hot Import Nights
Game Description:Get into the drift with Juiced 2 -- the only place where superstar DJs, smokin' hot models and totally tuned cars come into close contact. Juice up your ride with complete customization and boost your NOS power as you draft, drift, slide, spook and fight for your rightful place on the racing line. Fast-paced, adrenaline-fuelled, pick-up-and-play action lets you enjoy the pure rush of powersliding your way around the globe. Wow the crowd, keep tabs on your opponents and take the crown as the rightful king of drift!
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  • THQ Cleaning House And Closing Studios?

    According to Wired's Game|Life, THQ is rumored to be shutting down five of its internal development studios. Wired claims: "The official developer list has been removed without warning, replaced with a list that includes 5 fewer studios than the previous version. Presumably we'll hear some official confirmation on THQ's plans when the...

    Posted November 3, 2008| 7 Comments

    THQ Cleaning House And Closing Studios?

 


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