Summary: NFS Undercover, you play an undercover cop trying to infiltrate a gang of street racers suspected of robbery. Why does this sound like A Vin Diesel movie? Probably just my imagination. Who really plays a racing game for the story anyway?
Summary: The "Need for Speed" series has had it's fair share of classics, such as "Most Wanted" and "Underground". It's an utter shock to see a game like "Undercover" make the light of day, not to mention the "Greatest Hits" selection of the PS3 library.
Summary: Were to begin? With a name like need for speed you would think it would be great but boy would you be wrong, to start the the overall quality is low the drifting is so bad that its diffucult to control and you got flow from progressive hitting you more than the cops.
Summary: The only semi redeeming quality of this game is the physics engine. Honestly, it was fun doing a complete 360 while flying down the highway. But, I think EA spent way too much time making that possible. And, not nearly enough on the rest of the game.
Summary: This game is one of the worrst in NFS series, Ive never felf so disapointed with an NFS game, 1st is extremely short, then the driving is so unrealistic, the story is boring, the only good point i can mention in the engine's sound of every car is almost like the real ones.
Summary: My girlfriend (accurately) commented that all the games I play are more or less the same - run, shoot, kill, jump, reload ad nauseum, so I went out of my way to pick up a game from a genre that wasn't represented in my collection so far.