Summary: EA lost their way with this one....change ingame studio cost them an illustrious legacy however nothing ventured nothing gained. you can skip this game....it was terrible, a few hours of my life EA will never give me back but i am still a believer in nd4spd just not this copy.
Summary: Need For Speed The Run joins the ranks of some great racing titles on the 3DS, but what it does best, is not exactly what it does new, but what it reminds us of. The Run feels similar to the console versions, but different enough that you can tell two different development teams were working on each version. And I'm talking about how the cut-scenes in the 3DS version are hand drawn comic panels, but how the game feels when you are behind the wheel.
Summary: Played it with my husband and then lend it to my dad and my brother, and all match the same. I also buy the of Hot Pursuit, and between the two, this is much better, there are variety of cars and pictures look very real.
Summary: Personally, I enjoy the game play on NFS: The Run. It feels smooth and is intuitive. The courses have a beautiful look and are a lot of fun to play. The only issue I have with this game is the story. It is just lacking and unrealistic...if that's even fair to say about a video game. From course to course the objectives change between gaining a certain number of positions to picking up lost time or just defeating one particular opponent.