Excerpt: Need for Speed Most Wanted U is the slickest looking Wii U title I have seen. The graphics immediately stand out as a major highlight to this home console racing game. Need for Speed Most Wanted U can be purchased in a retail store or downloaded from the Nintendo eShop.
Excerpt: It’s been over five years since the last Burnout game, and fans are clamouring out for a new one, although Criterion have yet to deliver it. Luckily, the developer has still been busy making racing games, with the thrilling and brilliant Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit reboot being their first attempt...
Summary: Call up the moving company: Fairhaven beckons.
Pros: Beautiful city packed with things to do, Easy Drive makes everything, well, easy, Leaderboards are available for every accomplishment, promotes friendly rivalries, Off-TV Play, Online multiplayer is terrific for beginners and experts
Cons: A few events can be very difficult to pass, Controls take some getting used to initially
Summary: Late last year, Need for Speed: Most Wanted served up a welcome second helping of Burnout Paradise -style open-world wreckin' and racin' shenanigans, though it replaced that game's imaginary automobiles with the real cars that are a constant of the Need for Speed series.
Pros: Terrific handling makes driving a pleasure, Police chases are usually intense and enjoyable, Billboards make for satisfying asynchronous competition, Online multiplayer races are fast and exciting, Beautiful and varied city
Cons: In slower cars, police chases can be a frustrating ordeal, Repetitive police chatter, Lacks any sense of narrative motivation, Inconsistent, sometimes dull online challenges
Need for Speed Most Wanted has no need for the WiiU
Quarter to Three
25 March 2013
Excerpt: Need for Speed Most Wanted is one of the finest driving games of this generation, on any platform. If you play it on the WiiU, you’re going to get a grand driving game. This review applies, and these ten cool things are fully in effect.