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Juiced 2: Hot Import Nights Latest News - Xbox 360

Game Description:At the Hot Import Nights tour, everything is on the line: your cash, your car, and your street cred. Find out what that's like as you immerse yourself in the tour! Create a profile called Driver DNA, which tracks your progress online and shows the world your capabilities. Download celebrity DNAs and test yourself against the best in the biz. Perfect your drifting skills and compete in multi-car drift races. Over 90 different cars have been digitally scanned for perfect replication on-screen. More than 250 available aftermarket mods mean you can build exactly the car you want to play to your strengths. Trick out your ride, assemble a hand-picked crew, and find out what you're really made of in an all-out race for the top!
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Juiced 2: Hot Import Nights News

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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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