PSi writes: "Racing games come in a few different flavors these days. There are arcade racers, kart racers, and simulation racers. Sometimes, a game comes along that tries to combine all of those standards into one nitrous-filled joyride. Midnight Club: Los Angeles is one such game.
Midnight Club: Los Angeles is a very nice sight to behold. The entire city of Los Angeles was re-created with an extraordinary attention to detail. All of the vehicles are rendered beautifully and the locales make for some interesting vistas. The one drawback is that since RockStar San Diego is using the Grand Theft Auto IV engine, there are some technical hiccups that stem from a game with a huge, open world."