Reviews and Problems with Need for Speed Shift 2 Unleashed
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not the best
Stephen R. Gasper, Amazon
11 June 2013
Summary: it was an ok racing sim not as good as the original Shift. there are other games out there much better but if you are just satisfyed with an arcade type game then you will probably enjoy this one.
Summary: Using just keyboard its almost impossible to control the cars... don't know how people are faring with a wheel or controller.. also, had to install on my Vista machine as Windows 7 64 bit kept crashing/freezing, so unable to run on ultra... a shame as its a really good sim...
you really need a computer with a good graphics card
13 May 2012
Summary: I love these need for speed games but each version demands more power in your computer than the previos one :( So, you really need to have a powerful graphics card and at least 3 or 4 GB or RAM memory, (and a really good processor like core i5).
Summary: I am very disappointed with this game. I have a core 2 duo intel 3GHz with a radeon hd4850 and this game is pretty much unplayable because of the slow frame rate. I have updated windows 7 and downloaded the latest video and sound drivers and it is still too slow.
Summary: Just to give you some background on me (so you can take what I say with a grain of salt, depending on what you're looking for from this game) I mostly play racing games that lean far more toward the simulator side (modified versions of GTR2, GTR Evo/Race 07, rFactor, Richard Burns Rally).
Summary: This computer video game offers the genuine driving experience for the players by initiating various kinds of clashes for the drivers and more real and primitive sentiment of power and speed which increases the fundamental bloodthirsty race into a clash for power against another driver players and...
Summary: It's a good game, graphics are up there and plenty of tracks to race on, but you have to win races to get new tracks, if you don't you race the same ones and that realy bored me. I did have other problems like saving my progress, I made good progress and spent 3hours working my way up only to find...
Summary: I have enjoyed shift1 very much , but shift2 is not quite in the same league. A driving game is all about the feel of the game and this does not match the playability feel of the previous game. The patch has been applied and I use a force steering wheel but it is still a little disapointing.