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Even in the current build of the game, the city’s lights and other features come to life thanks to an impressive list of lighting effects. These include dramatic lighting at night, during rain and storms, and even when a storm is approaching. Midtown Madness 3 also has fine details to its cars, such as body panels and chrome trim, which are in many cases animated when the player changes lanes. As in the previous games, Midtown Madness 3 supports the automatic selection of one of four different control schemes–button-only, analog stick, thumbstick-only, and 3D wheel. The default control scheme in the game is intuitive, with left and right analog sticks for lane changes and steering, and a trigger button for braking and accelerating. Players may also customize the controller with buttons toggles as well as buttons to either increase or decrease the camera’s zoom angle. The game supports the Xbox 360 headset, so that players can give voice commands to the game while they play. The game’s new vehicle physics also allow for the cars to be tossed around by fans and even hit each other as though they were bumper cars. The car models also feature four different engine sounds, with a variety of customizations possible.
Midtown Madness 3 is a rather unique arcade game, one that’s based on an actual, real-life transportation system. The premise of the game is that players must race to destinations in a bustling metropolis, all while avoiding other vehicles and pedestrians. The game’s driving experience is fast-paced, and players will often find themselves having to dodge other drivers, streetlights, and even buildings. Fortunately, the game is tactful about the lack of screen real estate when another object comes in between the player and the scene, so it can sometimes be difficult to tell when to go slow and when to do whatever it takes to make the lead. To ensure that you stay on the right track, Midtown Madness 3 is equipped with a map function that provides feedback on the location of the destinations and highlighted roads. Unfortunately, if you travel onto a street that has not been visited, then the map will never display an option for you to travel along that street. The game features two environments that provide players with two very different challenges. The Liberty Science Center in Philadelphia, for instance, contains a number of traffic islands, detours, and one-way roads.
Once you’ve completed the story mode, you’ll be able to play through Midtown Madness 3’s garage mode, which allows you to fine tune your car, work on it in the shop, and create customized versions of the vehicle models. In terms of graphics and audio, Midtown Madness 3’s graphics are good, with the distinct ability to zoom in and out of the environment. Unfortunately, though, the reflection environments can sometimes be difficult to navigate, especially when you’re trying to quickly determine where your camera is pointed. Cars and pedestrian models can be modeled in great detail, and the vehicles look nice when racing against each other.
Midtown Madness 3 is one of the more challenging racing games available, even for gamers who’ve played the earlier racing games. As with the Midtown Madness series, you can play the game in both the single-player and multiplayer modes, although the latter option is a little limited in terms of having only two drivers on the track. Multiplayer players will also have to contend with a range of options for races, including options that’ll adjust your vehicle model’s speed, acceleration, handling, and other factors. You can also choose a car from a predetermined list, or you can use the Newswatch option, which will take a random selection of news car models from popular vehicles in real-world history, including cars from the ’50s and ’60s like the Ford Thunderbird and Chevy Corvette, as well as cars from modern history, like the Porsche 944 and Lincoln LS.
Unfortunately, Midtown Madness 3 has some minor glitches that can actually get in the way of the fun, and they’ll only become more frustrating over time as you play the game. For example, some of the collision detection can be somewhat unreliable. Other times, vehicles that you’ll pass in the environment will refuse to respond to commands, and certain cars will simply crash and refuse to continue.