Tropes appearing: Artificial Stupidity: Midtown Madness 3 has some the dumbest cops ever.Drive into a body of water while the cop cars are chasing you in cruise, the cops will follow you. Then, they will respawn right near the water and drive into it again and again and again, even when you drive away from the water when you respawn. Share this Rating. Title: Midtown Madness (Video Game 1999) 7.2 /10. Want to share IMDb's rating on your own site? Use the HTML below. Using the patcher is a two step process and it’s pretty easy. First of all, you need to click on “Browse” and point the program to your Midtown Madness video.cfg file. This should be in the root of your Midtown Madness game folder (C: Program Files (x86) Microsoft Games Midtown Madness by default). Here is the video game “Midtown Madness”! Released in 1999 on Windows, it's still available and playable with some tinkering. It's a racing / driving game, set in a vehicle simulator, automobile, street racing, truck and contemporary themes.
|Midtown Madness 3|
|Developer(s)||Digital Illusions CE|
|Publisher(s)||Microsoft Game Studios|
Midtown Madness 3 is an open world racing game, part of the Midtown Madness series.
The game was developed by Digital Illusions CE and published by Microsoft Game Studios. This marked a change from the developer of the first two games, Angel Studios had moved on to work on Midnight Club series .The Xbox-only release and change of developer heralded a significant graphical improvement to maintain the console's graphical standards.
Paris and Washington, D.C. are available as open world recreations in the game. They represent a smaller area than the real life cities, albeit larger than the locales in Midtown Madness and Midtown Madness 2. In single player the player can freely roam, race, or complete objective-based missions. In 'Cruise' (free roam) mode, the player can choose the number of pedestrians and amount of traffic, change the weather, the time of day and the season, and collect car-specific paint jobs, in a car selected by the user. In 'Blitz' races, the player goes through all the given checkpoints in any order and races to the finish line before time runs out. In Checkpoint Races, the player goes through the checkpoints in any order and gets to the finish line before their opponents. In the 'Work Undercover' mission mode, in Paris, the player works as a delivery guy, taxi driver, chauffeur, security guard, ambulance driver, police officer, special agent, whilst in Washington D.C. the player works as a pizza deliverer, rental car driver, limo driver, car salesman, stunt driver, police officer and private eye, completing objectives.
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The game supported Xbox Live for online multiplayer gaming, and a split-screen for offline multiplayer. Extra downloadable content was available via Xbox Live to expand the game's original premise. Capture the Gold is a mode where gold is stashed around the city and the player must take it to a hideout. Other players will attempt to steal the gold. Checkpoint has players race against others on pre-defined tracks around the city. Cruise is a free roam mode around a city with others. Hunter starts as one player starts off as the Hunter and everyone else in the game is Prey. As the Hunter captures Prey, they in turn become Hunters, and the last person who is Prey stands alone as the winner. Stayaway is a mode where whoever holds the rabbit for the longest time wins. Tag is a mode where players chase each other and try to bump each other's cars.
The game was met with positive reception, although slightly less than the first two games. GameRankings and Metacritic gave it a score of 80.24% and 76 out of 100.
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