Reviews and Problems with Need for Speed: Most Wanted
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Decent driving game
Xabier Granja, Amazon
27 April 2014
Summary: This was a good game if you like quick races. I wasn't in it for the story, honestly for that I play on a big TV, but it was entertaining for a while. I would certainly buy it used though, I don't think it's that much of a good value to pay for the full new price.
Summary: This was my first PSP game i bought , and it started out ok , but then im stuck at 'big Lou " final knockdown , but even though the game says i won , im stuck at this point an cant procend any more . Bummer cuz i had ranked up like 42,00 bucks an cant upgrade or buy nothing . Also the grafics are very hard to view , if your with the sun behind you , forget it , its like driving in the dark . I gave it 3 stars , but i give it more if i can get pass this part of the game .
Summary: I haven't picked up any Need For Speed for a while so I decided to try this one out. The graphics are pretty good for PSP. The customization is okay, but nowhere near as detailed as the console versions. There isn't really much of a story here, you basically read a short little paragraph about the boss racer you're trying to take down and that's about it.
Summary: I definitely know what it is to have the feeling for the fast & the furious with the thrills of the racing. I've been a huge fan of the Need For Speed series for the past several years. While the game series has had its shares of status with the game on the thrills of the chase with Hot Pursuit 2, and the recently released Most Wanted games for the consoles. Yet, with all the hype of Most Wanted for the consoles, the handhelds have all lost some of the momentum.
Summary: First of all, I'm not going to compare the game to the XBox 360 version like some other reviewers are doing, since I think it's unfair to do so. This game is fun to play and very easy to get into - the AI on the cops is quite predictable too, so if you get stopped by a road block once, you'll know when it's coming the next time round - they always seem to pop up in the same places!! I'm not a very good gamer, so things like this help me along.
Summary: the game is addictive but gets extremly boring very quickly. and Where is the roam around? - in nfs underground 2 that was what made the game exciting because you could be left to your own devises. overall this is the game for you if you are a serious nfs fan. if your not forget it.
Tiny Fraction of the Xbox, Xbox 360, ps2 or PC version.
Jasper Wong "jbywong", amazon.co.uk
15 March 2006
Summary: I was very happy when Need for speed; most wanted came out on the PSP. I snapped it up, and was very pleased with it, until I saw the xbox version. It was so much better. The buildings were more realistic, the racing tracks were much better, there was the free roam mode, where you can drive around in the city looking for races and police to boost your reputation, and so on. There were also so many more cars on the xbox version than the PSP version.