Reviews and Problems with Need For Speed: Most Wanted
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Trevor Applegate, amazon.co.uk
28 May 2014
Summary: Well I ordered this game for my partners boy for his 7th birthday.. thinking it was a 3+ on the pic We thought it would be ok for him. When it turned up on my door and notice it was a 12+ game not the 3+ as it shows, boy did that go down well with the little lady! thought I would warn mums and dads out there it is really a 12+ game.
Summary: When I first got this game, a long time ago, I honestly thought it was a joke. The cars just don't feel fast. The speedometer says your going 180MPH but you just feel like your going 50MPH. The title says it all really: Most Wanted. Police patrol the streets and that's basically it. If you attract their attention, they'll come after you and then you're forced to escape them by whatever means possible.
Summary: This game looked good and I enjoyed the demo but the full game was a let down you roar around the city and the police don't bother you even if you do a huge amount of damage to public buildings they only come after you if you roar past the station and they are to easy to evade which get a bit tedious and boring after a while.
Summary: This game is nothing worth shouting about. At heart it is a straight forward racer. It is simple, easy and repetitive. Once you have been chased by the police a few times you soon learn how to lose them easily, even with SUV’s, spikes, helicopter (go fast and turn occasionally). The graphics are okay, but not spectacular. The sound effects are made up of broom broom and artificial screeching.
Summary: this game was one the most anticipated games of the year and this is what it is? i am appauled in the lack of effort that ea has put into this game. i has none of the modes which need for speed underground 1 and 2 has none of those drift races or anything just a normal boring old circuit race that bores you to hell.
Summary: For a title that had so much promise this title has failed to deliver. The main problem with the game is that the graphics are a serious step backwards from underground 2. Other serious flaws are the removal of the dyno and test track feature so you can no longer test the effect of adjustments to the cars settings and the fact that when you are doing 200+mph it still only feels like you are doing 40 or 50.
Summary: This game falls short in an altogether unexpected way. Graphics are a mild improvement from NFSU2 however vehicle pshysics are significantly worst. Where NFSU2 achieved a good balance between arcadey enjoyment and realistic handling, Most Wanted has managed to fail on both of these fronts. Races are far too easy and there is no real realism as regards to driving over different surfaces. Damage physics are token and mundane.
Summary: On the face of it this looks promising. The Good Need for Speed Underground series brought back into daytime, and with police again making an appearence. This however proves to be the downfall of the game. The graphics, although have apparently improved since Underground, the game still looks terrible in the daytime. This could be down to the now ageing PS2 hardware, but with games that look as amazing as GT4 and Burnout revenge there is really no excuse.
Summary: 1) Allgemein 2) Story / Karrieremodus / Spielmodi 3) Grafik 4) Steuerung 5) Umfang 6) Sound 7) Fazit 1) Allgemein: ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Back to the Roots - das war das Motto der Entwickler von NFS MW. Nach den 2 NFS-Underground Teilen gibt es in NFS Most Wanted nun endlich wieder die 2 Schlüssel-Features, die NFS zu einer der erfolgreichsten Spieleserien überhaupt machten - schnelle Luxuskarossen und spannende Verfolgungsjagden mit der Polizei… warum bei dem Spiel trotzdem so...