Summary: I bought this game a couple of days back, thinking i would actually enjoy this game since im a NFS fan. I was playing this game and the cars steer very horrible, i dont know what EA was trying to prove but i miss the old NFS games with fast paced and better steering, dont get me wrong the cars on this game are sweet. The only thing I hate about this game is the track, its basically the same levels and a few dirt places and highways somewhat.
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. Since I've never played any other version of NFS, I had no opinion of the franchise before making this purchase. My PS3 came with Motorstorm, and I really enjoyed playing that game.
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 to a race day. Just more wasted tim.) Here ... just racing. And it's not exactly zippy.
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. No discernable difference between the 2 difficulty modes - Casual & Racer. Haven't tried the hardest yet, as I'm too bored with the game already.
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: The gameplay in ProStreet although can be fun is repetetive. What really got
me is the fact that the trailer shows two cars drifting side by side. So far
I haven't come across any race where you can do this. After starting career
mode I was anticipating great drifting only to find you don't actually get to
drift in the first few teirs. Its all Grip and Drag races (for at least a few
hours of playing).
The control of the cars is poor.