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Team 13 is two people who have been playing games as long as they can remember. They met on Codemasters game Grid and have been racing together ever since. All music and rights go to the following The Cannonball Run (1981) stars Burt Reynolds, Roger Moore, Dom DeLuise and Farrah Fawcett, and was directed by Hal Needham. It was produced by Hong Kong's Golden Harvest films. There were two sequels, 1984's Cannonball Run II and 1989's Speed Zone! The latter was also known as Cannonball Fever. Burnout, (Working Title: Shiny Red Car),[1] is a 2001 racing game developed by Criterion Games and published by Acclaim on the PlayStation 2, Xbox and GameCube. The PlayStation 2 version was released in North America on November 1, 2001 and Europe on November 16, 2001.[2] The GameCube version was released in North America on April 29, 2002 and Europe on May 3, 2002.[3] The Xbox version was released in North America on April 30, 2002 and in Europe on May 5, 2002.[1] Burnout was the first in a series of high-speed racing games noted for over the top crashes and high risk gameplay mechanics. The game's success led to several sequels. TOCA is a racing video game series developed and published by Codemasters, initially focusing specifically on Touring car racing but more recently expanding to cover a wide variety of motorsport. Since the series began in 1997 with TOCA Touring Car Championship, the franchise has been released on PC, PlayStation, PlayStation 2, PlayStation Portable, and Xbox, with particular success in Europe and Australia where the motorsports featured are most popular. Since TOCA Race Driver, the fourth title in the series, each new game is released under different titles in different regions, such as Pro Race Driver in the US, DTM Race Driver in Germany, and V8 Supercars in Australia. Midnight Club: Los Angeles (often shortened to Midnight Club: L.A. or MCLA) is the fourth video game in the Midnight Club series of racing video games, not including Midnight Club 3: DUB Edition Remix. It was officially announced for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 on May 16, 2008 by Rockstar Games. The game was developed by Rockstar San Diego. The game features 43 cars and 3 motorcycles.[2] The open world map of Los Angeles is confirmed to be the size of all three cities from the previous installment combined.[3][4] It has also been confirmed by several sources that each car has a polygon count of roughly 100,000.[5] After several delays, Midnight Club: Los Angeles was released on October 21, 2008 in North America and on October 24, 2008 in the PAL region. Race Driver: Grid is the most recent addition to the TOCA Touring Car series, which is published and developed by Codemasters. The game's release date was announced on April 19, 2007, and is available for the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Nintendo DS and PC. The game was released in Europe on May 30, 2008, in North America on June 3, 2008, and in Australia on June 12, 2008.[1] Music by Ray stevens Cannonball run official soundtrack. I own none of the above rights and this video is simply for fan use xx
19 Aug 2010
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Midnight Club review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Midnight Club for Playstation 2 developed by Angel Studios and published by Rockstar Games. Midnight Club is a street racing title released by Rockstar Games, aimed to bring the player into the world of competitive street racing. The player starts off as a simple cab driver in New York City but soon discovers the Midnight Club. The races take place in New York City and London and are tough as you have to contend with traffic, pedestrians and the police, all to reach the finish line first and be rewarded. As you progress, you can unlock more cars that can be used through the different single player and multiplayer game modes. It may be bare-boned street racing, but it is an enjoyable time. This video review features video gameplay footage of Midnight Club for Playstation 2 and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Ryan.
15 Mar 2013
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The best way to see Los Angeles is at 245mph. Race at breakneck speeds through the streets of modern-day L.A. recreated in stunning detail. Drive the hottest range of real-world tuners, muscle cars, exotics and superbikes on the streets today. Customize your ride with the best after-market performance parts and custom kits. Illegal street racing with no track, no load times, no rules: Welcome back to the Midnight Club.Midnight Club Los Angeles will be available for Xbox 360® and PLAYSTATION®3 computer entertainment system on October 7, 2008. Midnight Club LA Remix, exclusively for the PSP® (PlayStation®Portable) system, will also be available on October 7, 2008.See this and more videos in high definition at www.rockstargames****/midnightclubLA
21 May 2009
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Here's a sneak peak at Rockstar Games newest installment to the Midnight Club franchise. Rockstar Games & DUB will offer consumers their first chance to experience Midnight Club: Los Angeles at the 2008 North American International Auto Show in Detroit.
25 Jun 2011
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Need for Speed: Underground 2 (NFSU2) is a cross-platform racing video game published and developed by Electronic Arts. Released in 2004, it is the sequel to Need for Speed: Underground, and is part of the Need for Speed series, available on GameCube, PlayStation 2, Xbox, Nintendo DS, Game Boy Advance and Windows. It was developed by EA Black Box. The game is based around tuning cars for street races, resuming the Need for Speed: Underground storyline. Need for Speed: Underground 2 provides several new features, such as a broader customization, new methods of selecting races, the "explore" mode (just driving around freely, like the Midnight Club series, in a large city known as "Bayview"). Underground 2 also introduces several SUVs, which could be customized as extensively as other Underground 2 vehicles and used to race against other SUV racers. Brooke Burke is the voice of Rachel Teller, the person who guides the player through the story.
8 Nov 2011
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