Reviews and Problems with Need for Speed Undercover
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Not worth it
Mrlespaul , GameStop
14 March 2012
Summary: Undercover could have been a good game but it seems that it was rushed. Frame rate issues, pop ups, shadowing issues. It does have a nice car selection and the sounds are fine. Everything else is just mediocre at best. Even after the patch it still dosent feel any better. I would avoid this game and just pick up NFS Carbon or Hot Pursuit.
Good Cars and grahpics but the rest is REALLY BAD!
Brianbbgun , GameStop
30 June 2011
Summary: this game is fun at first but then it gets boring. the cars are WAY OVER PRICED like for example a bmw M3 cost 145k in the game and in real life like about 50k to 60k and the cops are so easy to escape unlike nfs most wanted and carbon overall rating VERY BAD GAME. get midnight club its better and cheaper and nfs the run is coming out it better be good.
Summary: Though the only NFS I have played are carbon and prostreet, and now this. Well, when I first played this I was like ok this is kinda fun but way too easy at the beginning. I didn't like the starting car you got (nissan 240) since that was the one in prostreet and I didn't like it. After I got a car from a pink slip race I was like sweet but I didn't like how unreal it is. It went from almost real (prostreet) to what the hell wrong.
Summary: The game had some good things about it but more negative aspects of it. Firstly i would have to say is the game is only challenging if every race you drive backwards, in which some cases you will still win. The next thing i noticed was the car choices, there are a solid amount of cars but it takes forever to unlock the better cars, but it doesn't really matter because you can beat lambos and mclarens with a mazda so its not a big deal.
Summary: Wow this game sucked. When I heard this game was coming out. I knew I had to get it. I was so happy when I found out it was going back to free roam. But then I bought the game. Man it sucked. I mean come on. This game is for kids. It is sofa king easy, I beat it in less than a day. They really need to make it more challenging like GT 5 but have the free roam. Plus, NO DRIFTING! Come on. You call power sliding around a 90 degree corner drifting?
Need For Speed: Undercover (PS3): Need for Better Graphics, Not Speed
21 April 2010
Summary: Another good game in the need for speed series. Following a similar pattern to the other games, start with a low down car and progressively work your way up a rap list earning better cars and upgrades. This game has a slightly different slant though, hopefully this won't be a spoiler because its kind of in the title, but you're an undercover cop trying to infiltrate a gang. It gives it a slightly better storyline too.
Pros: Good gameplay, Feels like your driving very fast
Excerpt: "I was a big fan of the 'Need for Speed : Underground' games, back when all you had to do was get to the starting point and then race. There was no story and there was no running away from the cops every five minutes. After 'Need for Speed : Underground 2' I stopped playing these games. because it moved away from the original idea of the game and because the far better 'Juiced' was on the market. But I finally decided to give one ago and here's the ...
Need For Speed: Undercover (PS3): How do you plan to outrun the cops!
4 October 2009
Summary: Need for Speed Undercover, great soundtrack, great cars, wonderful graphics a spatial world, but not enough realism in the destructive nature in the cars. I must say this game packs a punch for the avid street racing enthusiast. Plenty of speed and the a wide range of cars to take your fancy.
Pros: Great graphics, great cars, give you the g-force you expect from speedy cars