Reviews and Problems with Need for Speed: Most Wanted
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Best NFS Game Yet!
14 October 2014
Summary: This is by far the best Need For Speed Game yet, mostly because of the amazing HD graphics, and the open world. There is a huge variety of vehicles to be, and things to do. Unfortunately, the packs of extra cars available to purchase for the xbox, playstation, and pc version aren't available for the Wii U version, but still. Unlike all the other version's, the Wii U version makes every car available from the start.
Summary: I bought this game for my brother who loves it. Honestly, I have trouble seeing the appeal in the game because the objectives are not very clear. You drive around and you make the police angry and attempt to avoid them as long as possible. However, my brother finds the game endlessly amusing. He plays it a lot and is excited to get other people to try it.
Summary: I really enjoyed the storyline and gameplay of the original NFS: Most Wanted. This game doesn't stack up. Basically it's an open world (that's not that big tbh) that you can drive on. No storyline. Not even a hassle to get better cars. You start out with most of the good cars right out of the bag. Beating the Most Wanted isn't even that bad. The customization system is weak, the cars selection was good, but the overall gameplay was lacking.
Summary: I suppose I should have looked into this before having bought this product, but there is no local multiplayer. That ruined this game for me. I bought it to play locally with my friends, but there is no local multiplayer. After discovering this after loading up the game I never bothered to play it again.
Summary: There is only one reason I didn't give it 5 stars. I went straight from Need For Speed: Underground 2 to Most Wanted and hoped for a huge improvement. I was hugely disappointed by the lack of customization. You can only choose one of maybe six preset colors and upgrade the car's internal works (once you unlock them on each car).