Reviews and Problems with Need for Speed ProStreet
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Great features, bad physics
Eric Griffith "hobbyist", Amazon
22 April 2009
Summary: I got this game because I am a sports car nut and I like being able to customize the cars without getting my hands greasy. And I am a big fan of the Need for Speed series. "Most Wanted" seems to have been their peak though. I really enjoyed the non-driving aspects of ProStreet.
Summary: This game was pretty much a disappointment. There wasn't anything special to it. The only good addition since the last Need For Speed was that your car can get damaged. No free roam or cop chases, quite frankly it bored me after about a week.
Summary: First of all, I'm not a gamer. I haven't owned a console since the Sega Genesis. I bought the PS3 because I wanted Blu-ray but needed protection from the format war. My wife wanted Guitar Hero, so we purchased the PS3.
Summary: As other reviewers have said, this edition of Need For Speed left the old formula behind. I miss it. There were stories built into the game. There was the free roaming. (This lack of free roam is annoying because when I want to check out a new car or new tuning after I leave the garage, I have to go...
Summary: Good - Graphics, sound effects, crash damage & ability to "total" your ride. Bad - Complicated menus and settings induce anger and frustration. The graphic background resembling modern graffiti tags for boy racers is just stupid and confusing to the eye.
Summary: its a good game because you bulid your own cars up and racing them against other opponent. good selection of cars and races such drag, grip, drift and speed very nice. it does get abit boring after a while just winning races, and why is it called pro STREET there is no street racing if you want...
Summary: great game but still like more shift than this one, graphics are good but barely hook-up with shift in game. awesome gameplay still remind arcade style, shift mostly is a simulation game but we can say that he's close to arcade too. the two are really great game! thumbs up to need for speed series!
Summary: NFS Prostreet leans itself to the boyracer market. You know the types, meet up in supermarket car parks, race each other in abandoned airfields and impress everyone with the 48 speakers in the back seat of their ancient Ford Fiesta. On the good side, Prostreet actually has quite a bit of content.
Excerpt: Introduction Since I played the first Need For Speed back on the PS2 I followed the series like a religion however after I bought a PS3 Motorstorm filled my need for speed (no pun intended) I soon forgot about the street racing title of old.
Excerpt: This game is very good. I found that the graphics are exceptional, and the sound just as good. One of my favorite features of this game has to be how you customize your car. You can customize the colors, the shape, the parts and even tune the cars.
Pros: Game add ons . Playability, Online / multiplaying .