Reviews and Problems with Need for Speed Underground 2
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Game Freaks 365
23 November 2004
Excerpt: The Need for Speed license is one of the most profitable that Electronic Arts currently has under their gigantic belt. ItÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s of no surprise to me that a Game Boy Advance version of the game would be made to coincide with the release of the home console versions. Of course, this was the case last year, when EA released Need for Speed Underground on both consoles and the GBA. This yearÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s the same way.
Excerpt: Having followed the Need For Speed series from... well, just about day one, I can almost profess to be an expert on the subject of NFS, aside from some intermediary installment dismissals. I will say that Need For Speed has very consistently been a beacon of raw inspiration for the racing genre, right after the invention of cars in 3-D.