Summary: For years, the Need for Speed franchise reigned as the king of driving games. Installments like Hot Pursuit 1 and 2, Underground 1 and 2, and Most Wanted helped the series become a multi-platform dynasty. Thefore this game is not expection one of the lastest and pure driven out of here as the best
Summary: The NFS title is similar to Pro Street but with a slightly looser feel. In this game it is hard NOT to drift. It has a good presentation though, similar to Pro Race Driver. The game is more accurate when played with a wheel, but with practice the game pad does ok.
Summary: I've been playing need for speed games for years now and i've been a big fan. however this game disappoints sometimes. the graphics are great, the online abilities aren't too bad, however it seems the game was created without proper QA.
Summary: I purchased the game after going off the IGN review (9.0 out of 10). I would not rate it that high personally. The game takes getting used to. I admit to liking the NFSU games, but knew this one was different and closer to a GT racing sim than the earlier titles.
This attempt to please everyone might entertain, but can't truly satisfy many
D. A. Theisen, Amazon
22 September 2009
Summary: Let's be honest about this up front. The Need for Speed series has been, well, pretty much dead the past 3 years. The happy-go-lucky 100% non-story-based tuner car customizing wacky police chasing magic was gone, and NFS: Undercover in 2008 did very little to revive that feeling.