With only two cities, the racing does become a tad repetitive, and the selection of vehicles, while plentiful, misses the boat on variety. Many of the vehicles are similar in design, and the handling ratio doesn’t vary all too much. The means needed to unlock these rides is grand, forcing you to search the entire city for hidden markers, and race head-to-head to win the ride of your opponent. Midnight Club has the racing aspect down pat, and the graphical front is breathtaking, especially the vehicular deformation, but the game just doesn’t have the drive to keep you playing. Variety is crucial nowadays, and unfortunately, Midnight Club doesn’t have it.