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.
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.
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.
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.
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.