Part of Fat Chris' daily offers - Also appears to be part of the 2 PC games for £15 promo. Due to be released tomorrow.
Juice Games is back with the follow-up to, well, Juiced. The developer's promising to evolve the street racing scene, bringing the real-life Hot Import Nights racing show - which focuses on tuner import cars and tours the U.S. - to the small screen.
Gameplay is basically made up of two mechanics: racing and drifting. Racing is self-explanatory, but for the uninitiated, drifting requires drivers to pour on the power and slide round bends, accelerating out to hang on to every last ounce of speed.
Hot Import Nights ups the ante from the last game with a new driver DNA system which tracks players' personal traits. In a nutshell, it will allow gamers to swing their (and the AI drivers around them's) racing style from red hot and aggressive to icy cool and refined. Also up for grabs is the DNA of celebrity drivers for your downloading pleasure.
Another new feature to the second instalment in the Juiced series is goal-based progression. It's not all about coming in first this time. Players might progress by winning a bet or amassing six seconds of air time instead.
Additionally, the sinful drivers out there might get a kick out of Juiced 2's most evil new feature: gambling. You'll be able to lay down cash (or even your pink slips) on your race or the races of other drivers, building up your fortune with which to mod and customise your car.