Summary: The game started out great. I've been waiting for a great need for speed game that would finally bring back customization and thought it first they did. That is until I got the only few costumizations early in the game and realized that was it.
Summary: As disappointed as I am with the game, I don't regret buying it since racing is my favorite genre. If the prospect of not being able to choose your own race mode or the inability to customize the aesthetics of your car at all doesn't bother you, the game may be worth a try if you're into very...
Pros: The game is easy on the eyes and has a lot of style. The control of the cars feels nice.
Cons: No aesthetic customization. No manual transmission. No option to choose your own racing mode (you're forced to play stunt modes if all you want to do is race). No aesthetic customization. No aesthetic customization. NO OPTION TO CHOOSE YOUR OWN RACE MODE.
Summary: Been playing this for a few hours now and I like the vast majority of the game thus far. The graphics are very nice and the cars look perfect. Most Wanted 2.0 also has many more cars and a more interesting variety, which is awesome.
Excerpt: The latest in the Need for Speed series sees a slight change to the core gameplay. Although progress is still based around a series of races, the action has now been transferred to a more open world environment.
Excerpt: I had been waiting for this game for so long ever since the first installment, which I loved and played over and over again. When it was announced at E3 2012 I was really excited, I was wrapped up in exams and had a massive backlog of games to play so I only picked it up around 3 weeks ago, from Cex...
Excerpt: Need for Speed: Most Wanted is a 2012 open-world racing video game, developed by Criterion Games and published by Electronic Arts. It is the nineteenth title in the long-running Need for Speed series and was released on all major gaming platforms.