Reviews and Problems with Need for Speed Most Wanted
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Value for money 8
23 April 2014
Summary: This games is fun, yet I wish all the vehicles were free to drive without an account. Free driving is really fun, but evading the police is way too easy. If you liked NFS Most Wanted from the PS2, you'll probably like this one. You are able to drive a Ford Raptor, which is fun, but I would have given it a 5 star if you could drive the Dodge pickups. Over all its worth it; fun game.
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. All cars have the same costumization options and almost all cars can be found early in the game.
Excerpt: Need for Speed Most Wanted. Arguably one of the best arcade racers back during the PS2 era. Once it had been announced that it was coming to the PS3 with a fresh lick of paint one could only imagine it's return to glory. However this was not to be.
Best if you enjoy exploring a vast map, outrunning, and drifting
30 November 2012
Summary: Step in the wrong direction from Need For Speeds shift to a more realistic driving experience. Superb graphic details and car selection. If you enjoy the more realistic driving simulators stick with Shift:2 or GT5, if not then you might like this game. Lack of a real story line removes some of the excitement to becoming #1 on the most wanted list and the almost non-existent traffic A.I. makes it an unpleasurable transition there.
Summary: This game is overall awesome... But if your into story lines and all, this game doesn't have it. The cars are amazing and the graphics are awesome. The other thing is everything is online multiplayer, so there is no two players.