Summary: In comparison to the original Most Wanted from 2005, I would have to say that this version falls short of the expectations that I had of it when it first came out. I miss the customization options from the original most wanted such as vinyls, body kits and spoilers. There are somethings that I like about this game compared to the original such as the amount of cars that were available The graphics are better than the original Most Wanted.
Summary: I'm not gonna lie I was extremely exited for this gam however, there are allot of flaws in it. For Example If you barely touch a wall or another car you go to a cut scene of a crash. You also cannot turn off the Crash Scenes wich interrupt your gameplay and frankly are annoying. I was hoping this years model of the game would be similar to the older model of NFSMW but it is not. There are Ridiculous Super Cars that are not durable.
Summary: I really dislike the fact that when you press left/right to turn and led off your fingers off the button, your car still keeps turning for about half a second. It takes a while to get use to it but my first reaction was, i hate this game. Bad first impression. Graphic is great but too arcade texture. Nothing deep texture like GT5.
Summary: You will hate this game. This game does not deserve the Most Wanted name. They basically took the new Hot Pursuit, and made it open world. That's all! At least in HP you could choose your car color...
Summary: HUGE waste of money. Only good thing about this game is the pursuits. Other than that, this game is horrible. No customizations or anything. Not really any campaign mode either. It is just more like random racing in my opinion. I love the NFS games, but I am already bored of this game. I have played it three times.
Summary: I pre-ordered hoping this game would turn around the NFS Franchise but again my hopes were shattered. This is a criterion game, meaning its exactly like Burnout 2 which is an ok game . Not a fan of Burnout , which makes me hate what criterion has done to NFS! It doesnt have customization to your car. Too many super cars which gets old and the gameplay is repetitive, find a car, race the 5 races get Speed points face most wanted.
Summary: Now that I have had time to play this it is Paradise with real cars. Criterion needs to get out of the NFS business. I recently found out I can play NFS underground 2 on my xbox360 and have been playing that instead. I love the mods, the ability to race another driver in offline mode, and the story line and progression of building up cars. Who did Criterion make this game for? I hope they lose money on this.
Summary: it's not bad for a simply racing game but not much else, it would have been a lot better if you could have all the body mods like underground 1&2 but EA has really dropped the ball on the racing game making.