Reviews and Problems with Need For Speed - Most Wanted
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27 November 2013
Summary: Need for Speed Most Wanted is a decent open-world title to hit playstation vita and having the full map from both the XBOX 360 and Playstation 3's version of the title should keep you playing like it's that actual version. The only difference is the lack of traffic and amount of racers that can race along side of you, but of course I was disappointed at the internets part of this game. Everything else is just fine.
Summary: The game is really hard in the beginning, but once you get ok with the controls then the game gets better, but overall I really enjoy the game.
Pros: The game is really nice, port from the console version but some of the graphics were downgraded, gameplay is nice and smooth, haven't encountered any lag issues.
Cons: The game gives you a head start then from the console version, the point of the game is to get to number 1 in the most wanted list, you start at number 7 or 8, so it gives you less time to play, graphics get downgraded, some races are insanely annoying and hard, but it's still fun.
closest a handheld can get to duplicating its concole counter part
2 May 2014
Summary: Game plays just like the console version which is rather well graphics are impressive for a handheld expecially when the size of the game world is looked at which preloads and is ready to be driven all over grade a title for a handheld such as this plus the one of only two quality racers for this system
Summary: Criterion are to be commended for making this game at all. Everyone else was ditching the Vita left and right, but they stood up and declared that not only would Need for Speed come to Vita, it would be a complete port of the critically acclaimed 'Most Wanted' title. And complete it is! Every inch of map, every car, stunt, challenge, race, song and engine sound is here and correct.