9 new vehicles
26 new races
12 new battle maps
10 new delivery missions
100+ new red light races
Additional career content
New body kits for each new car
New vinyl pre-sets
Hydraulics/Airbags unlocked on all new cars
New music including original tracks
New Achievements & Trophies
Just one of the nine new vehicles that come with the Premium Upgrade.
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'64 CHEVY IMPALA SCREENSHOTS
LOOK FOR VIDEO AND SCREENS OF THE IN-GAME RANGE ROVER SUPERCHARGED COMING TO THE OFFICIAL SITE NEXT WEEK BEFORE GAME RELEASE
South Central Premium Upgrade comes equipped with a collection of 9 new songs handpicked for the South Central experience - including these two original tracks created exclusively for the game, directly inspired by Midnight Club: Los Angeles.
Being on this side of the law is a ball /
Straight West Coastin' at the Roosevelt pool...
Hot off his worldwide smash single "Day N' Nite" (first heard in last year's original Midnight Club: Los Angeles release), Kanye West protege and GOOD Music label signee, KiD CuDi teams up with producer Emile to bring this hypnotic custom-made track to Midnight Club: Los Angeles South Central. "Switchin Lanes" tells about a night of cruising, scene-stealing and recklessly tearing up the asphalt in Los Angeles. Download the full original track as part of the 'double-A-sided' Midnight Club: Los Angeles - South Central Soundtrack EP at iTunes.
At the wink of an eye, man, I'm gone /
Too much motor, you can't catch Malone
As heard in the official Midnight Club: Los Angeles South Central trailer, "Rollin Down the Freeway" is as authentic a theme song of Los Angeles street racing as you can get. The track is anchored with a verse by one of LA's hottest new rappers, Glasses Malone - who is known throughout Los Angeles as much for his vocals as for his real deal street racing credentials. The rapping embodiment of Midnight Club: Los Angeles uses his verse in this Statik Selektah-produced custom track to offer a glimpse of what the true life LA street racing scene is all about. Riding shotgun and leading off on the track is Statik Selektah's own new west coast artist, Kali ("Midnight Club, I'm a savage on the streets") -- and the hook is performed by underground favorite, Termanology, who can also be heard in the Lost and Damned soundtrack with his own original solo song "Here in Liberty City". Get the full original track as part of the 'double-A-sided' Midnight Club: Los Angeles - South Central Soundtrack EP at iTunes.
Full in-game tracklist of new music:
** Produced exclusively for Midnight Club: Los Angeles - South Central
- KiD CuDi - "Switchin Lanes" **
- Statik Selektah feat Glasses Malone, Kali & Termanology -
"Rollin Down the Freeway" **
- Hollywood Holt "Swerve N Lean"
- Hollywood Holt "Hollywood"
- Mae Shi, Yea Big & Kid Static "Party Steady"
- Black Nite Crash "Falling Down"
- Kill Memory Crash "Hit + Run"
- Kill Memory Crash "Shots"
- Scott Weiland "Hyper Fuzz Funny Car"
Visit the Soundtrack area of the Midnight Club: Los Angeles South Central official site to hear the exclusive original songs in embeddable audio player format.
To commemorate the upcoming release of South Central downloadable content, Rockstar is proud to announce a special collaboration with three visionary LA-based artists - Augustine Kofie, Jeff Soto and Coop - to create a unique artist design series directly inspired by Midnight Club: Los Angeles.
Their one-of-a-kind designs can be seen within the game and will soon be adorning limited-edition apparel, prints, console skins and more.
Visit www.rockstargames.com/midnightclubLA/artists for an array of downloadable wallpapers of these designs as well as screenshots of how they appear in-game and extended information on the artists and their creations.
Midnight Club: Los Angeles - ESRB Rating:
TEEN with Mild Suggestive Themes, Mild Violence, Strong Lyrics.
Become a Liberty City street pharmacist with the aid of Chinatown Wars' unique DS stylus-based gameplay features. Click to watch.
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Check out new batches of exclusive captioned screenshots highlighting a variety of in-game characters and special features like the flamethrower and the return of Rampage.
These and much more at:
Visit www.rockstargames.com/chinatownwars/music to hear the world radio premiere of Ghostface Killah & Doom's "Chinatown Wars" theme song, as debuted last Friday night by legendary hip-hop producer (and Grand Theft Auto IV classic hip-hop radio station host/mixer) DJ Premier on his weekly Sirius XM mixshow. Click here to listen to Premier's exclusive unveiling of the track where he mixes, scratches, and cuts it up like only he can. Note that the 7-minute mix is available in Rockstar's new embeddable audio player which you can post on your own blog or personal web space at will. The original song and its remix (both produced by OhNo) will be available on iTunes with game launch next week on Tuesday, March 17th.
Visit www.rockstargames.com/chinatownwars/people for newly added information and artwork on more characters from the Chinatown Wars milieu - including Uncle Kenny, the hard-nosed leader of the Lee Clan, and the father-and-son enterprise of Hsin and Chan Jaoming.
Added to the existing collection and available in a selection of sizes ranging from widescreen down to iPhone and Blackberry.
Visit www.rockstargames.com/chinatownwars/widget to grab and embed on your own site, page or blog.
This Monday night, doors will open at midnight at the flagship Nintendo World Store at 10 Rockefeller Plaza in the heart of NYC for Grand Theft Auto and Nintendo fans to be among the first to take home a copy of the game Official Nintendo Magazine says could be "the best game on the DS so far", Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars.
When the doors open, the first 100 fans will be rewarded with exclusive collectible gear including Grand Theft Auto Kubrick sets, custom DS-Lites and limited-edition Rockstar apparel.
Music will be provided by in-game DJ, composer and celebrated underground hip-hop producer, OhNo - responsible for the game's theme song "Chinatown Wars", performed by Ghostface Killah & Doom.
for more info on the Nintendo World Store.
Click here for a list of online retail options
Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars - ESRB Rating: MATURE with Blood and Gore,
Drug Reference, Sexual Content, Strong Language, Violence
|Visit Rockstar's online retail destination, Rockstar Warehouse (www.rockstargames.com/warehouse), to shop for a newly-added selection of t-shirts from Grand Theft Auto IV: The Lost and Damned and Midnight Club: Los Angeles.
>From The Lost and Damned, we've got a pair of shirts emblazoned with the logos from the game's two main rival
motorcycle clubs: The Angels of Death and The Lost; as well as the stark "Liberty City Boroughs Tee" which lists
out in iconic Helvetica an alphabetical rundown of all of Liberty City's boroughs, plus Alderney for good measure.
Also don't miss the stylish Midnight Club: Los Angeles 'Retro' tee - in black with cascading Midnight Club LA logo treatment.
All tees are priced at $20.00 and are high-quality cotton production.
Grand Theft Auto IV: The Lost And Damned - ESRB Rating: MATURE with Intense Violence,
Blood, Strong Language, Strong Sexual Content, Nudity, Use of Drugs and Alcohol