Summary: This Game is fun when you're not waiting for it to load/save. It seems like forever. My next gripe is the soundtrack. There's only a few terrible songs that get old FAST. I hate the locked cars. If I have the money, let me buy it! Leave the drifting out next time.
Summary: 4 races into this game and I was bored, I did not feel like playing it anymore. Free roam is missing where I could have gone an be lawless for a bit until I felt like playing again. Customization is great best of the series to me but that's the only good thing it has going for it.
Summary: The game itself is not that bad. Problem is that EA is delivering a beta and claiming its a finished game. First time I put the disc on my ps3, I had to download a 730 MB update. Yes, that's right: 730mb.
Summary: The races themselves were good, but the game is very buggy. Up until the point were I encountered this: Whenever getting enough points in races so that a raceday is won: The game freezes and has to be restarted. So I was not able to win anymore racedays and advance in the game.
Summary: I purchased this game for my 13 year old son with his new PS3 because he loves some of the NFS series. It definitely wasn't worth the $60 we paid for it. This was the only game he was really disappointed with.
Summary: Instead of improving on a great formula, EA decided to go in a whole new direction by making the latest Need For Speed politically correct. Gone are the races through the city streets and the chases by the police.
Summary: Need for speed has been dependable for a long long time. Sure it was generic and we got one every year. This time, it took a big U turn. Every thing we liked in the past games are gone. Just after 15 min the game get so boring you will never touch the controller again. Probably it is a Wii port up.
Summary: It is quiet a disappointment. Compared to all the other Need for Speed Series, this is the one that I will never play again. The game play is weird and a little loopy! EA can do better! Money down the drain!