Rockstar's remixing doesn't stop there, however, as it has included a total of 24 new cars with each class being added to. And if that wasn't enough, there's new music to tap your accelerator to - which takes the number of tracks over the 100 mark - new races and new battle maps.
Overall, it's a great package that's bound to attract those new to the series with its discount price, but also those who have completed the original Dub Edition and want an extra challenge.
And Midnight Club 3: Dub Edition Remix really is worth getting involved with as, despite the street posturing and in-yer-face 'bling', it always stays the right side of 'up itself'.
Any game that allows you to take the first straight while popping a side-wheelie just to wind up the opposition knows that even though street racing has to be stylish and cool, a little bit of daft doesn't hurt either.
Midnight Club 3: Dub Edition Remix will be released for Xbox and PS2 on 17 March.