Scott Baily "Arizona Cardinals NFL Fan!!!", Amazon
5 March 2014
Summary: This game takes a lot of time to get used to and a lot of time to load. 1st off I've played other racing games and found most of them to be 4 or 5 stars in the past. This NFS game takes a lot of time to get up and going. You can play either as the racer or the cop.
Summary: online is horrible in this game, they only put about 8 players per huge map and then put in about 100 computer racers and cops so you wind up never even seeing another live player. Hope a decent racing game graces the PS4 soon. this is not it.
Summary: I thought the game looked very good on the PS4 but I do think it could use some work. The online system in the beginning is difficult to get around and thus makes beginning the game more difficult than it needs to be.
Summary: This has awesome graphics and a good concept but it seems too cluttered and confusing and hard to play. Other reviews will say the same thing, you get tired of playing quickly. It works for the only driving game for ps4 I guess, but it really was a waste of money.
Summary: I've been gaming 15+ years & I love most Need For Speed games though Burnout is still the best ever. EA did the same terrible thing to NFS they did to Burnout - made it open world. First of all, there's no way to pause the game.
Summary: Technically this game works and is set up well but I've never had less fun playing a video game. The police act far more as ants in your house or as somebody constantly punching you in the face than they do a "rival."
The most frustrating, joyless racing game I have ever played
B. Robbins "nonplusx", Amazon
4 December 2013
Summary: My first hour of play consisted of winning races, and then right after getting completely creamed by the cops and losing all the credits I had earned. That mechanic of having to get back to your hideout to protect your progression really made the game more frustration than fun.