PC Requirements for Midnight Club

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PC Requirements for Midnight Club
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"Midnight Club II" was released by Rockstar Games in 2003. It was the sequel to the PlayStation 2 game "Midnight Club: Street Racer" and was rated for teens thanks to mild lyrics and violence. The game features open-ended street racing with enhanced performance cars and bikes in the exciting cities of Los Angeles, Paris and Tokyo. The game can be played online, so that you can play other gamers. The official website offers a demo available for download so you can literally take this street-racing game out for a test drive.

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As part of an illegal street gang called Midnight Club, you begin as a novice to work your way up the ranks by defeating your adversaries and taking their rides to earn the title of international champion. There is only one rule: There are no rules. Use whatever method necessary to cross that finish line and beat your opponent. Show off your skills when you compete with up to three other players in the multiplayer mode.

Minimum Requirements

The game is supported on the Windows platform. To meet the minimum requirements for "Midnight Club II," your PC must have at least a Windows 98/ME/2000/XP operating system with a Pentium 3 800MHz processor. Required memory is 128 MB with a hard drive with 700 MB free. Other specs include 32 MB video memory, an Nvidia GeForce 2 / ATI Radeon 8500 video card and a DirectX-compatible sound card as well as DirectX 9.0. You will need a keyboard and mouse as well as a DVD-ROM drive.

Recommended Requirements

To best experience this PC game, recommended requirements include the Windows 98/ME/2000/XP operating system with a Pentium 4 processor. Available memory of 256 MB and a hard drive with 700 MB free are also recommended. Physical components include an Nvidia GeForce 3 / ATI Radeon 9000 video card and a DirectX-compatible sound card. This game requires the use of a keyboard and a mouse, and a DVD-ROM drive.

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