Juiced 2 Ships, New Gambling Tutorial Video Released

Juiced 2

THQ has announced the official shipping of Juiced 2: Hot Import Nights today. The street racing sequel is available now on the Xbox 360 ($59.99), PS2 ($39.99) and DS ($29.99), with versions for the PS3 and PSP coming up later in the fall.

“Juiced 2: HIN has everything a core racer needs to get amped – drifting, customization, gambling and pink-slip racing,” said Dave Miller, global brand director, THQ. “Best of all, players will be able to take their full career mode online and team up with or against other players across the globe for the most intense and competitive racing seen yet.”

“We’ve worked closely with Hot Import Nights to get a true feel of the tuner culture and really personalize the experience with a unique Driver DNA profiling system and thousands of customization options,” said Colin Bell, general manager, Juice Games. “In addition to real-world locations and circuit racing, Juiced 2: HIN features five comprehensive drift modes, making it the most robust drift racing experience to date.”

A new tutorial video has also been released. In this latest episode, Juice Games sheds light on the in-depth gambling system featured in the game.

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