Midnight Club: Los Angeles Screenshots and Images - Xbox 360

Game Description:The streets of L.A. are yours for the taking in this incredible street-racing experience. Midnight Club revolutionized the street-racing genre by offering an exciting open-world format. The franchise has done it again, this time serving up a stunningly detailed re-creation of the City of Angels. The vehicles at your disposal are enough to satisfy the urges of any speed junkie. You'll pick from a huge array of licensed exotics, tuners, motorcycles, and muscle cars. Then you can customize them all with licensed aftermarket parts. So hit the road for a continuous driving experience that's high on organic race starts, low on load times, and capable of a seamless transition to online racing.
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