Reviews and Problems with Need for Speed Undercover
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just me, Amazon
9 February 2013
Summary: Okay I know I should have expected the game to be what it is but with the need for speed name i expected something more. The story line is straight out of a movie and should have had the movie name on the cover instead of need for speed as it is pretty much the same story line and the same cheap...
Summary: I remember when this game first came out a few years ago. I wanted it for my PS3, but after the many many bad reviews I saw, I decided to wait until they patched the game. Around four years later, I decided to finally give it a go and paid $10 to download it from Steam.
Summary: I bought a brand new laptop with a 2.2 GHZ Intel core 2 duo T6600, 4 GB RAM, and an Intel GMA 4500MHD graphics card. I had no racing games, so I bought NFS Undercover. With every graphics option at minimum/off, it's still a bit glitchy during anything more than cruising in low traffic.
Summary: There is a reason EA is not providing a demo of the game. The game play is awful, not the same open world feel as in Most Wanted. The driving makes it seem like the player is driving a Zip Zap. Story line is interesting.
Summary: The idea of a storyline similar to the one of 2 fast 2 furious was excellent, but unfortunately it's just another need for speed from the "bad need for speed era". - The graphic is poor if compared to games from the same year. - The controls are very bad.
"It is a fun game, but it'll get boring very quickly."
Roentgen, Mighty Ape
27 June 2009
Summary: I bought the game about a week ago. Now that I've clocked it, here's what
I think. Pros:
HUGE map – good for free roaming
Many cars to choose from
Variety of race types/modes
Graphics – if your computer can run it (which mine can't) Cons:
Physics – it is truly awful
Cops – they can be irritating