Reviews and Problems with Need For Speed 3: Hot Pursuit
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1 November 2013
Summary: This is probably one of the better driving games for Sony. Once you get the passwords, you get better cars and a lot more tracks. This is also a very good two player game that allows users to race head-to-head in some pretty wicked racing. The game also has a hot pursuit mode where you out run the law in your $200,000 sports car. Try it out.
Summary: Ce jeux est un jeux arcade. Vous ne personnalisez pas la méthanique, les collisions ne font presque pas de dégâts et la progression est plutôt rapide. C'est bien, on retrouve le bonheur des jeux du début des années 2000 avec des graphismes plus beau. Mais en bon québécois, c'est pas mal ça qui est ça!
Summary: NFS:HP definitely offers a fun experience but it is also riddled with flaws. The Good: -The graphics are flawless and the car collection is huge. -There are several different modes to play through such as Hot Pursuit, Time Trial, Duel and so on. The Bad: -The music is fairly generic and after a few hours of playing, I had to just turn it off and resort to my own playlist -The menu system is pretty bad.
Excerpt: "Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit is a racing game from Electronic Arts and Criterion Games in which players avoid the 5-0 or play as cops chase down street racers. 2.A fierce Pagani Zonda Cinque and a Lamborghini Murcielago Police Interceptor go head to head in this cliff-hanging thrill ride. 3.New cars bring you all the carbon-fiber you can handle in the Super Sports Content Pack! 4.There's no speed limits in the limited edition - unless you get caught! ...
Pros: New cars bring you all the carbon - fiber you can handle in the Super Sports Content Pack !
Excerpt: "...latest game in the ridiculously need for speed series developed by Criterion games. First of all half the NFS games I loved, they weren't the best driving games in the world but they were fun, isn't that the most important thing when playing computer games having fun. The last game in the series NFS swift many people said that it was the best one in the series, personally I liked it but there are better games for driving cars on tracks which is basically ...
Pros: great graphics and sound, easy to learn and drive all for £20
Too short, too basic options. Older versions still reign
21 December 2010
Summary: With NFS previous versions, some are golden, some are lame. This version is found somewhere in between. Graphics and game play are flawless, but limited in what you can do. Forget the great scenary, you are driving too fast to see it. The cars handle very similarly to each other, so if you drive the Ford police cruiser or the fastest car available, you'll quickly notice only the speed is greater not the actual handling. You have 20 or tracks, that is it.