ProStreet is a solid racing game, but due to some performance flaws it turns to be not as good as previous versions. Given the number of race days you need to win, it takes quite a long time to get to the end, thus making the game a little uninteresting. Each race day is made of a series of different events, similar to those in previous versions of this game. Some of the later cars you are able to unlock and use are really fast, but during the first 50 races you drive some rather pedestrian vehicles. Although you are always supposed to win a race day, that's not your only goal. You will need to dominate as many race days as possible to unlock new events. After each race you receive points based on where your final position, velocity, and how much damage you took. It is not always necessary to race perfectly, but you will have to win most of the events to dominate. Players are allowed to create their own race day by selecting a location, race types, and even the cars that will take part. These race days can be placed online in ranked and unranked matches. While graphics are realistic, ProStreet's audio isn't very good and this definitely makes the game not as good as expected.