Reviews and Problems with Need for Speed Most Wanted
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Feel the Need For Speed: Most Wanted Review
New Gamer Nation
10 January 2013
Conclusion: Need For Speed: Most Wanted gives the feeling that it’s more about the bragging rights than the rewards of being a street racer. NFS: MW is for those gamers who love high-speed racing with a shot of adrenaline and a side of exploration.
Summary: A tad less wanted Need for Speed Most Wanted is quite an anticipated game for many racing fans, heralding a welcome return to Criterion's open-world style, with tons of stylish cars and modes to boot.
Need for Speed: Most Wanted [Criterion] review (PS3)
14 November 2012
Excerpt: There are a number of terrible puns that could open this review. Is there really more Need for Speed? Is another annually-updated franchise your Most Wanted? It gets tougher and tougher every holiday season to swallow down such cynicism (and to refrain from uninspired wordplay).
Summary: Need for Speed: Most Wanted begs you to play it, to explore Fairhaven, to take your skills online, and to become the best racer in this open-world setting. It's a perfect addition to the franchise and keeps you strictly focused on driving and competing.
Pros: Great open-world city to explore, Intense, fun gameplay, Always focused on driving without the fluff
Cons: Mediocre police pursuits, Limited events for each car, Some confusion for online play
Excerpt: Over the years, we have seen the Need for Speed franchise evolve from a simple arcade racer to one with cops, drifts, street races, horrible out of car experience (seriously EA, what were you thinking?), and even human elements such as betrayal.
Pros: Gameplay very similar to Burnout Paradise. Immediate access to the best cars on the roster, no frills racing.
Cons: Can get a little too arcade for somebody's liking.
Game Review: Need for Speed: Most Wanted [Xbox 360/PS3/PC/Vita]
8 November 2012
Excerpt: Criterion has done it again, setting a new standard for arcade-style racing games which won’t be outperformed until the next generation of consoles. Facing competition from Forza Horizon this month, is there space for two great racers?
Pros: - Wide range of cars
Cons: - Storyline doesn't live up-to its predecessor
Conclusion: You begin initially with relatively slow cars, and work through a progression system before you're behind the wheels of a car that you'd drool over on Top Gear. That convention's broken in Need for Speed: Most Wanted. The vast majority of the cars are available from the beginning.
Pros: + Great design + Strong soundtrack + Innovative multiplayer
Cons: - SP content could be better. - Autolog is sometimes frustrating.