Reviews and Problems with Need For Speed Porsche 2000
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nice 3d cars game with all the porsche evolution, fun online
8 April 2007
Excerpt: Need for speed porsche 2000 is probably the last game of it's kind in the need for speed series, it has a decent physic engine and a good graphic, even if it came out in the 2000 the game is really good and replayable, and especially playable with friends, the good part about the game is that you...
Excerpt: If your, like me , this is probably the only Porsche you are ever likely to own, partially because I don?t want a real one, and mostly because I can?t afford one. I don?t have a ?Need for Speed? in real life. I?ve had this game for a few years now, and although I?
Excerpt: I bought this in an EA Classics compilation with Populous and NBA live 2000, all for £20. I did have a K6III 450 and a Matrox G400 32MB graphics card, and 128MB RAM when I bought the game, and it ran fine. The only advantage of the better machine that I have now is pushing the resolution up higher.
Excerpt: Electronic arts have really excelled themselves with this game. Nowadays many games have ‘official licenses’, but this one actually stands for something. There are and astounding eighty (that’s right 80) different cars from the first humble Porsche 356 to the present day GT1 GTS (it’s a beast, trust...
Excerpt: Need For Speed: Porsche 2000 (Or Porsche Unleashed depending on whereabouts in the world you live) is the fifth game in the series of games that drives us petrol heads wild. This time round though, Electronic Arts went for something a bit different – something that put me off the game for ages.