Reviews and Problems with Need For Speed: ProStreet
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Let's jump back to the Playstation 2
29 April 2014
Summary: This is a good game though once you gain the levels then it gets impossible in my view as most racing games do, goes beyond the reality of what a car could really do. This does have though what I wish Gran Turismo would add to their games, you can paint the cars how you want and they give you some images you can skew and stuff so you can add some stuff to that instead of the Pricks out here making these games controlling your color or design creation.
Summary: I love that this game has really good graphics and it is just so fun! It does have its bad moments a few times and can get hard but nothing someone cant do right. I mostly hate games with bad graphics. I mean isn't it just disturbing to have a game with horrible graphics and i am definently not saying this game has bad graphics. Buy it and experience the fun. Drift races are fun but can get hard like wheelie competitions.
Summary: I like this game, but its a lot different from previous need for speed games I've played. I love the Need for Speed most wanted which allowed me to drive around in free roam and was hoping this game would have the same thing, but it didn't. Other than that the game play is pretty good, races run smoothly and quickly. I muted the announcer guy pretty quickly, as he got extremely annoying after 10min of playing.
Summary: After playing Underground 1,2 and Most Wanted, I had skipped Carbon and wanted a different type of Need for Speed and this game does have some fun moments. Sound is pretty good and there is an excellent sound track here. The graphics are not great but they are slightly above average. The car customization is pretty great when it comes to detailing your cars appearance as you want. Also you can purchase new cars and upgrade them as you see fit.
Summary: This is a very nice game but there is one reason that i dont like it. It is the most realistic game i have for the ps2 but that does not make it the best. In this game u r always on a racing track not on the road so there is no cops or ways to get in trouble. There r so many different cars to buy and choose from.
Summary: If you like speed, drifting, and shifting, this game is for you. I love the features like drifting, drag, and all the other features you have come to love over the years of Need For Speed, but there are definitely a few things missing from this iteration of vehicular madness. One aspect of Need for Speed: Underground 2 and Need for Speed: Most Wanted that I liked the most was the free roam ability.