Computer games are a real attraction not only for kids but also for many adults. You can see many people spending their spare time playing different types of PC games. Racing games like Need for Speed and Mid Town Madness 2 are good examples of popular racing games. Since the release of Mid Town Madness, the developers were working on Mid Town Madness 2, the better version of the original game. This time the game came up with two giant cities; San Francisco and London, more cars are added in the game, and a ton more tracks to contend with. With some great features and packed with a ton of entertainment value, Midtown Madness 2 is a strong sequel that keeps the city madness alive.

If you have played the original game then you will not feel anything new in start. New crash course mode being one of the major difference among two releases. However, that does not mean that you have to have a crash course before you actually jump into the real game. You can even go directly to the games. Locked cars in the game is a big attraction for the players as they become eager to unlock these as soon as possible to spice up the racing experience. For the sake of fun, you can select double Decker bus, but if you only want to win all the time, then you need to compromise on limited options provided in the game and this, I think a drawback of the game that it does not give you a big variety of cars. Unfortunately, if you want to win a race, you will have to stick with the fastest and most reliable vehicles such as Audi TT.

Playing Midtown Madness 2, you will not feel any difference in sounds as these are almost same as in the original game but the big addition of more voice-overs during the races, including a hippy and a homier in San Francisco, and a pink and a Scot in London. The game tends to run choppy in multiplayer mode so it is better to play the game alone within your empire.

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