Reviews and Problems with Need For Speed Porsche 2000
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Need For Speed Porsche 2000 (PC): still nice after a lot of time
4 August 2007
Summary: 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 can take and decide wich cars to buy , it has incident like features, wich are especially nice, for example if you hit a wall frontally, tou will probably riun the front of the...
Summary: 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 me). There are three modes to the game.
Need For Speed Porsche 2000 (PC): Fun But not too hard
12 April 2001
Summary: 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. The graphics are gorgeous, as are the 3D sound effects. This game has various modes - factory driver where you do all sorts of tests with new cars e.g.
Excerpt: L'un des meilleurs NFS si ce n'est le meilleur, une simulation réaliste avec un mode carrière sympa qui vous mène à des voitures de plus en plus puissante, un jeu qui à plus de 10 ans mais qui n'as rien à envier aux nouveaux si ce n'est la qualité graphique. Un jeu à posséder!!