Summary: Great game! I gave it 4 stars for its multiplayer compatibility which needs to be improved. Some of my friends were unable to join my multiplayer session and would instead join a random world. This we were able to fix though through online troubleshooting. Overall great game!
Summary: After playing for about 3 hours or so. Game is not that bad yes the FPS is stuck at around 30 but if you can overlook that game has a lot of potential. I got the game for under 15 bucks threw Amazon. I would say this is not a super intensive for your Computer I have EVGA GTX 780 FTW I5 4670k and 16 Gigs of Ram never once did it get over 24% usage on Ram and Never over 30% usage for the CPU. GPU never got warm.
Summary: Easily better than 2012's Most Wanted. It no longer has that lousy delayed steering handling, your no longer forced to change the color of your vehicle every time you repair, the track design is a lot better, the environments are a lot more varied, the track length is much much longer, and the multiplayer is much improved. The graphics are pretty good but it is locked at a 30 fps.
I'll be odd man out: A great rendition of a solid game
15 January 2014
Summary: I just began PC gaming in the last few months after being kind of turned off by the PS4/Xb1 console wars and the thought of spending in excessive of $500 for a new console, extra controllers, $60 games, having to pay for online gaming, etc; so I purchased a GTX 760 for under $200 instead (and that came with a couple games - A. Creed IV, SC: Blacklist - which seemed like a no brainer.
Summary: NFS Rivals is [like it or not] an always online racing game (you can play single player, but the game won't be the same at all) the game graphics are good the same and even better from Most Wanted, I heard that some called it ugly and worse than most wanted but that's not true, there are pretty good details in Rivals, especially the rain effects on cars and the camera, other details are pretty amazing as well, the best thing about Rivals is the return of Ferrari cars,...
Summary: Pro: a big improvement compare to need for speed most wanted in servers( no more sudden dc) Fun with decent graphics con: it's set on 30 fps but you can just set it to 60 if your PC is good enough Gets boring once get your dream car
Summary: I have always been a fan of NFS games, this one is really good as far as the car selection, the graphics and the gameplay. However, the always online is kind of flaky. If the host of the game quits, it takes about 45-60seconds to migrate the host, during that time you can not do anything if youre in the middle of race. Which can make it frustrating. All in all if youre a fan of past NFS games as I am, This is definitely worth picking up.
Summary: This game is a lot of fun, especially playing as a cop. You drive around and have objectives to complete if you want to keep unlocking new cars, which there's a lot of. You don't have to do the objectives though. As a racer or cop you can arm your vehicle, such as a spike strip or EMP blast. As a racer you can buy upgrades to your cars and customize them. You play with real players and computer generated players at the same time.