Reviews and Problems with Need for Speed Shift 2 Unleashed
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EA is idiotic
1 October 2015
Summary: It literally has worse graphics than its prequel on the Xbox 360. Even when the 360 is in 720p. So pathetic. And EA forced everyone to change their Origin password after hackers broke in, but in the game it still only acccepts your password from when you first created that save file.
Summary: In spite of the bad reviews I still bought this game thinking the controls can't be THAT bad...I was wrong. I'm using the mono force wheel and pedals and trying to steer is a nightmare...almost impossible to even track a straight line..
Summary: I chose to give this game the lowest possible rating because I had high hopes for it, being such a big fan of the NFS series for years now, but I feel like the disappointing experience I've just had with this game will change how I feel about buying/playing another NFS title in the future.
Summary: Does not work on dell Inspiron E6420 Windows 7 i5 laptop, Intel 4 core i5 SSD nVidia Desktop , AMD Desktop, etc. No wonder kids bootleg games. Poor customer support, etc. Wasted hours on getting this to work on two current Dell i3 and i5 laptops, one Intel i5 Desktop and one 6 core AMD Desktop.
Summary: Like all the newer need for speed games it has great graphics but lacks playability. The creators of these games have never driven a car and don't even understand physics. The cars are completely unlike their real life counter parts its unbelievable for a game that tries to make it seem more...
Summary: I installed Need for Speed Shift 2 on a PC with a 4-core AMD PhenomII processor and Win 7, and the game did not run at all. After the so-called Installation, the shortcut on the desktop and the items in the Start menu did nothing at all.