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Midnight Club Los Angeles DLC Hits Xbox Live

Rockstar has finally ended the PS3's monopoly on the latest two DLC packs for Midnight Club: Los Angeles, as Kotaku has received word that the packs have made their way to Xbox Live. The packs were originally planned to be released alongside their PS3 counterparts last week, but a pesky bug got in the way and forced Rockstar to delay the release for the 360. That's no longer an issue, though, so go on and check out the next content. Read More


Xbox 360 Sees Another Delay of Midnight Club Los Angeles DLC

Oh, you lucky PS3 owners, you! Just look at you. First, you get to play Bioshock 2 at the same time as your Xbox 360 sisters and brethren and now this. If you've got a copy of Midnight Club Los Angeles for PS3, you have access to the new DLC. Unfortunately for those with a copy for Xbox 360, it has been delayed...again. According to Joystiq, Rockstar has stated that: We are currently working as quickly as we can to resolve this issue, and we will notify everyone as soon as the DLC is made available. According to CVG, the delay was caused by an "unforseen bug," but the PS3 version seems to be working fine. You can purchase it on the PSN, but until we hear word, the DLC for Xbox LIVE will not be available. Read More


Rockstar Goes Back to the Hood with the Release of Midnight Club: Los Angeles' South Central Exp

For those of you that have longed to play as Tre, Furious, Doughboy, or Ricky (okay, maybe not Ricky) from John Singleton's Boyz n the Hood since 1991, your dreams may yet come true. Kind of. Take-Two Interactive announced today that the Midnight Club: Los Angeles South Central Map Expansion and South Central Premium Upgrade are now available on Xbox LIVE and PSN. The map itself is approximately 1/3 the size of Midnight Club's original map that shipped with the game, and is available as a free download. The Premium Upgrade, however, will cost players 800 MS Points on LIVE or $9.99 on PSN for a wealth of additional game content. Players will have access to nine brand new vehicles, all with custom parts and body kits, as well as 12 battle maps, 10 delivery missions, 26 new races, and over 100 red light races that are all placed within the new South Central map. Take-Two also says that each race and event will add to the game's overall story and be integrated into the original elements of the career mode. Read More


Media: Midnight Club: Los Angeles - South Central trailer

I don't know what it is, but the more I see of Midnight Club: Los Angeles and the South Central expansion, the more I feel drawn to it. I've never even really played a Midnight Club game before except here and there at a demo station and the like; I usually prefer something more arcade-y, like Burnout or Excite Truck. ...or, at least I think I've tried Midnight Club. Maybe it was Need for Speed? In any case, the South Central expansion is coming out on the 12th, and Rockstar has a new trailer for it: So, to those who have the game: Am I really missing out on something here? Should I give this version a try? Take your chance to extol the virtues of the game and convince me in the comments, if you like. I'm curious what people have to say. Read More


DLC a Menace to South Central while Playing Midnight Club LA in the Hood

Rockstar is getting ready to take you all the way down to South Central in 2009 with their free downloadable content for Midnight Club: Los Angeles. Landmarks such as Exposition Park, the USC campus, Shrine Auditorium, Crenshaw Plaza, and the L.A. Memorial Coliseum will be available to you with this download; however, the "South Central Content Pack," which contains new character competitions, races, music, and even vehicles, doesn't come so cheap. Check out the press release for further details, after the cut. Read More


Midnight Club: Los Angeles Just Got Easier

Probably the biggest complaint aimed at Rockstar's latest release, Midnight Club: Los Angeles, would be how brutally difficult it is. Not just "oh damn I just got beat, I should play this again" difficult, but more like "I'm going to chew on my controller every time I lose this race" difficult. No really, it's that hard. To appease all of us whiners, Rockstar has just put out an update that not only adds a ton of multiplayer add-ons, but more importantly also adds a component that adjusts the difficulty of the game based on the players skill. Read More