Summary: In a nutshell this is a clone of Test Drive Unlimited. A free roaming racing game in search of races to take part in. The purpose is to challenge racers on a black list until you are no.1. Whats new is racing in the daylight and cops. Whats bad are the dodgy graphics, irritating soundtrax and the cops. Its bad enough driving about aimlessly in search of races to take part in but when the cops spot you, you have to outrun them.
Summary: I think this game is the best PS2 driving game but after about 7-8 place on the blacklist it gets noticably harder and I do not think the difficulty is proportionately increasing. I am now stuck and can't progress any further as I need to get £1.1million bounty but the police are all over me like a rash the minute I step out of the garage. I have completed all the races for that level but just can't get the bounty up to the right amount to race the next punk!
Summary: I bought Need for Speed: Most Wanted at the start of the new year after seeing lots of reviews saying that it is the best racing game around. I have to admit that the game is good for the first few hours, but then it becomes repetitive and boring. I found that the game is a big step back from the previous Need for Speed games. The previous games in this series have been a challenge to complete whereas this Need for Speed was very easy.
Summary: Not a bad game overall but it's far too easy! i completed it in two days and thay were not long sessions by gt4 standards ( the standard i use to measure gameplay length is gt4 cos its monsteruos!)it also gets boring in the early levels and you cant get caught by the cops for love nor money, then it gets harder (!) still easy to hide you just get on the freeway use all your nitro and pull away then, hide, easy as that!
Summary: I eagerly went and bought this game thinking that it was going to be awesome with the name most wanted. No. I've had nearly all of the NFS series and this didn't seem to be very exciting. The cool idea that was you could again participate in police chases but often they are either too easy or too hard. The police cars are pretty much easy to outrun.
Summary: Need for speed has taken a giant step back with this release, EA has made alot of changes like adding police chases where the longer the pursuit the higher your wanted level becomes, eventually escalating to roadblocks, spikes, helicopter chases and being rammed of the road by giant police 4x4's. Customisation of your cars is the worst i have ever seen in a street racing game, i aint going to say much but you can't even add neons to your car.
Summary: EA is famous for rolling out any crap in order to make a quick buck and with need for speed most wanted they dont dissapoint. After a few quite good need for speed games the series has gone backwards thanks to cars that feel floty and a bad sliding system. In this years adition police cars have been added in to the races, If you zoom past a police car they will give chase and the longer the chase goes on the more the situation will essculate for instance, they will start...
Summary: this game is average, thats the best way to sum it up, it has its moments but overall its just o.k. NFS; MW is just like NFS 2 but with better graphics and car chases. the game play fine but is realy nouthing specail. the modding aspect is done well and adds a chance for the player to soup up thier car or give it a new paint job. if you want a realy fast racing game, get "Burnout ; Revenge" as it is a far better game thena NFS.