Summary: I have a Logitech wheel, so I buy as many racing games compatible with it. I have to admit, it plays better with a gamepad, it has some frustrating moments where you crash and crash again within the first 5 secs of game...
Summary: As a high end PC gamer I sometimes like to catch up on games I missed at launch in the sales, NFS The Run is a typical example of a game not worth the RRP but is certainly worth the price in a sale.
Summary: I've shelled out money on the entire franchise (except for Shift and console-only) for over 20 years, and have finally started to roll my eyes at where it's ended up. Still, I'm hooked enough to play this, and am enjoying it. Pros: 1) I really enjoy the cross-country theme.
Summary: need for speed the run, the game follows a simple plot of a man, wanted dead by the mob, trying to earn back his freedom, in this case a cross country street race with 250 other drivers. the game looks visually stunning, the background vistas, and car details are great.
Amazonian "I enjoy sci-fi and scary stories.", Amazon
28 December 2012
Summary: Single player was a lot of fun. Good job in making the player feel like they are traveling across country with region built maps. Multiplayer is horrible. No punk buster support or anything. What few players that are still out there chest pretty bad.
Summary: Too many corridor-based Runs in "the run" for ut to really be exciting. I was hoping that you would be driving against a hugr field of competitors. It seemed rare for there to be more than 8 cars per track. This was incredibly disappointing.