Summary: I primarily bought this game because my friend enjoyed the first NFS SHIFT title. He found it to have (as he described it) the most realistic car control of any NFS title. I'd have to agree except that I'd add it went too far. Realistic physics and visual effects were far more demanding than any keyboard or game controller could effectively manage. In short, don't buy a SHIFT title unless you have a decent steering wheel/pedal setup.
Summary: this game was immensely hard to control on a PC, even though I had set the steering commands to "easy"... it's like the car has no traction whatsoever, and impossible to win races unless you have the best car on the track
Summary: i was expecting this game to be like the other NFS games but its s*** compared to NFS hot pursuit, most wanted, underground, i have played alot of rally racing games and this one is the worst one i mean it doesint evan have a video options WTF how do u evan play a game that u cant change to graphics
"A potentially great game completely ruined by one design fault."
Paul, Mighty Ape
2 June 2011
Summary: This game has stunning visuals, a nice arsenal of vehicles to choose from, a
great addition of the helmet cam making it seem even more realistic. But all of
this is shot in the foot because of how light the car feels. If you even tap an
opponent you get sent flying, a slight brush against a wall can have you
spinning out of control, and just completely kills all realism.