When it comes down to street racing titles the Midnight Club series was definitely one the best that we have seen during the 00’s. Since 2008, many people have been hoping for a potential sequel for Midnight Club Los Angeles since it was arguably one of the best street racing games of its time along with Midnight Club 3: DUB editon. The home console version of Midnight Club 3: Dub Edition for the PS2 was impressive with its in depth career mode, visual presentation and overall game modes. Midnight Club 3 had so many things for players to do whether they were racing online or offline which contributed to the overall replay value of the game itself. One of the few things that stood out the most in Midnight Club 3 was the in-depth career mode which allowed players unlock various new cars while customizing them to enhance the performance of their respective vehicles.
Midnight Club Los Angeles was also an exciting title depending on how good you were at racing games. Not only did Midnight Club Los Angeles include smooth frame rates and high quality visuals the artificial intelligence in this game was tough. Not to mention the GPS system was helpful for navigating through various race areas in the game. If Rockstar decided to release another game in the Midnight Club series many people would probably be thrilled. However, the Midnight Club series would have to compete with many other big racing titles such as Forza Horizon, Gran Turismo and Grid in terms of popularity and sales which would prove to be difficult task.