Summary: Shipped really fast delivered fast but when I got it I thought I would get the bonus disc but it was the game and some other game they put call juiced? I would rate this a 3 star I feel like they could have did something else.
Summary: This game is just flat out agerage. It totaly lackes the seens of speed that the other 3 Need for Speed titels for the Play Station 2 had. The new auto sculpt mode is fun but I was really hopeing that I could mod any part in the game I wanted, not just parts they said I could. The racing is also just flat out broken. With no seens of speed at all you qwickly lose track of where you are adn crash into almost everything.
Summary: Need For Speed Carbon picks up where the previous year's entry, the superior Need For Speed: Most Wanted, left off story wise. Now that you've gotten back your ride (only to lose it again), you're in a turf war with the other street racers in town. In terms of new features, Carbon offers canyon races as well as wingman modes. Other than that though, there's nothing new in Carbon whatsoever.
Summary: The graphics of the game are quite good in my opinion but the gameplay is very unrealistic. aAlso the game seams too short to me i beat it in about three days. overall if havent bought bought this game already don't waste your money.
Summary: A new NFS game! YAY! A new city to explore! YAY! New cars to unlock and car classes!!! YAY! Canyon racing where you can go off the edge!!! YAY! Then why do I give this a mediocre rating? I've played NFS games in one fashion or another since the PSX days. Back then, it was Gran Turismo or NFS. I didn't really get into this series until Underground. I enjoyed Underground 2. I had fun with Most Wanted. Carbon's fun but it's just not as fun as Underground 2 or MW.
Derek D. Terrill "Life's a B!tch and I'm her ..., Amazon
20 December 2006
Summary: When it comes to the NFS series we all have been blown away but, Carbon falls short. The muscle cars are a cool new addition but it doesn't cover all of the mistakes in the game. As in old Atari racing games, the car would sit still and the road would move and turn and, this is what NFS: Carbon feels like. Its like going back in time, and it makes it hard to see where you are going. Another mistake is EA took away drag racing.
Summary: My NFS background: I was never a big fan of NFS. Underground 1 reused tracks too often, and the "short cuts" were a joke... NFS:MW sucked me in. The tracks were decent, the car models well done, good pursuits and a crisp UI - really, the game had a durable feel that made it worth investing time in past beating the storyline. As of today, my Most Wanted bounty slightly exceeds 113 million with 100% game completion.