Summary: If you just want to race and see big, explosive car crashes, then this is the game for you. If you care about racing techniques, car customization, or storyline, then look elsewhere. This is just an arcade racer that doesn't reward skill. You can outmaneuver the AI for an entire race and still finish only a second ahead of them, as the game keeps the AI controlled cars near you at all times. As a serious gamer, I thought this game was a big disappointment.
Summary: Well, i just expected some better for this one. Has great graphics and easy gameplay. But gives you lazy to discover the hidden tracks and drive all the cars. I miss the CUSTOMIZATION thing on the car, as bumpers, mirrors, as NFS MW e Carbon as well. the only customization we got in the cars is COLLOR. but the cars are great, and images too. Can entertain for a month or less, after this you wanna sell or exchange with a friend.
Beautiful Arcade Racer Slowed down by Time Trials and Lacking in Cops vs. Racers Fun
8 May 2011
Summary: Between the success of previous Burnout games and older Need for Speed games, there was lots of potential for very successful game here. I remember playing through portions of Need for Speed: Most Wanted and enjoyed trying to evade the cops in a semi-open world style game. I bought this game loving Burnout Paradise and expecting great things from a cops vs. racers game. How can you not expect great things? Burnout Paradise played like a dream and looked good.
Summary: I am playing this game on a PS3 with a Logitech driving force GT wheel. The same setup has been terrific fun playing NFS Shift (the first one). With Hot Pursuit I was hoping for something like Shift, but with some weapons for more aggression and mayhem; none of the other combat racers I've demo'd had any good physics or wheel support. Yes, this game now has patches to provide wheel controller support, but it falls way short of the physics in Shift.