Juiced

Juiced is a hustling computer game by British studio Juice Games for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 2, Xbox, and cell phones. The game was postponed for discharge in 2004 on the grounds that its unique distributer, Acclaim, failed.

Juice Games and Fund 4 Games held responsibility for property and offered the game to THQ, who subsidized the undertaking for a further a half year of enhancements. In mid 2006, British programming distributer Focus Multimedia re-delivered the PC rendition of Juiced at another spending cost as a feature of its “Fundamental” games arrangement. The game offers various modes including profession and arcade that present the player with difficulties of expanding trouble. The player can modify the vehicle to suit their style and open new ones in arcade mode. The game highlights nitrous lifts, like that of other dashing games. Juiced went to number one in the United Kingdom MCV deals graphs and its first form sold 2.5 million units.d States, however was kept down until mid 2005.

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