This page contains Cheats for The Italian Job organized by sections for Gamecube. The Italian Job is a Driving Mission-based game, made by Climax Group, released on Jul 17, 2003 and published by Eidos Interactive. If you can't find a hint or secret in our list, then please check this page periodically for the latest updates.
Complete all circuit races in first place in each them to unlock extra options at the game option menu. Successfully complete the four stunt tracks and the three bonus stunt tracks with an "A" rank to unlock the option to have police in free ride mode....From: babypiller
You have to finish the first four set of stunt tracks with an "A" rank to unlock the first bonus stunt track. Complete the bonus stunt track with an "A" rank to unlock the second bonus stunt track. Complete the second bonus stunt track with an "A" rank to unlock the third bonus stunt track....From: UnamedBoy
Beat the game with an "A" rank in all levels....From: madmadmax
Always use controller set up "A". It is the best set up controller option in the game....From: tow_mater
First, always try to get a lot of good air time. Bad jumps do not count as much, or count at all. Also, use R to drive on two wheels whenever you can, as long as you can. Finally, avoid crashing and bumping into things. Each crash counts as a 1,000 point penalty and damage sustained points add up quickly if you keep hitting things....From: Skyt3
To accelerate, you can use the C-stick or A. To go twice as fast as usual or faster, use both at the same time. To brake, use C-stick or B,. If you use both, you will brake quicker and then accelerate faster in reverse....From: choukaaa
Whenever you need to brake, always use the handbrake. It is more efficient and easier to use due to the controls and placement of the buttons on the controller....From: MuTt
Always double accelerate (see previous hint) and use the handbrake....From: ice-climber
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