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With Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, Midnight Club: Los Angeles, and Rockstar Games Presents Table Tennis to be playable on Xbox One come June 7. In terms of San Andreas both the original Xbox and Xbox 360 versions will become compatible. No word if any of the titles will feature Xbox One X enhancements ala the gorgeous Red Dead Redemption update - but fingers crossed.

Once a regular series, it's been a while since the last Midnight Club. We reviewed Midnight Club: Los Angeles way back in 2008 - scoring it a respectable 8.9 out of 10.0 calling it a "a heady mix of various modes and real-world ideas".

Perhaps the series is due for a comeback.



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