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: Need for Speed: Most Wanted U is an exemplary port, showing the way it ought to be done amidst a slew of lazy conversions onto the new tech. Criterion have gone the distance with their latest iteration on last year’s best racing game and have fashioned the finest version yet and also the first must have racing title on the platform.
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
Excerpt: takes place in Fairhaven, the city is not only your playground but your race track. The entire game takes place out of full screen menus and picked from the Easy Drive menu which can be brought up at anytime. You can choose to drive to an event or warp right there, each race takes place in a different part of town – but you don’t have to follow the roads to get from A to B.
Need for Speed Most Wanted has no need for the WiiU
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. But what you’re not going to get is any meaningful added value from the WiiU. Electronic Arts has the right idea for how to adapt Most Wanted to the WiiU. Unfortunately, they don’t have the right execution.