Los Angeles is the second most populous city in the United States and the largest one in California.
Common Landmarks and Locations. Edit
Most games featured in Los Angeles mostly compress the city down to size, taking most of the sprawling suburbs and leaving only the most interesting parts.
- U.S. Bank Tower - Most games include this building except in the case of Driver, and L.A. Noire as the game is set in 1947, way before the tower was constructed.
- TCL Chinese Theater - This iconic theatre has appeared in every game listed below.
- Santa Monica Pier
- Rodeo Drive
- Pershing Square
- Westin Bonaventure
Midnight Club 2 (2002) Edit
Midnight Club 2 features a small map of LA, covering mostly the downtown area, Hollywood, Beverly Hills and Santa Monica.
True Crime: Streets of L.A. (2003) Edit
True Crime: Streets of L.A. was one of the first game to feature a 1:1 map. Much of the entire city of Los Angeles has been recreated at around 240 sqmi.
L.A. Rush features large, detailed areas of Los Angeles broken down into hubs.
Midnight Club: Los Angeles (2008) Edit
Midnight Club: Los Angeles features a street-accurate representation of Los Angeles.