Summary: I recently completed this game having played through from the start on the hardest level 'Speed King'. Quite how I managed to stick it out all the way to the end is a testament to something in the game that the developers got right - that 'one more go' feeling. For some reason I felt compelled to continue beating my head against the wall of gameplay flaws in the knowledge that at some point (sometimes after 30-40 attempts I'd get it right).
Summary: Need for Speed: ProStreet (PSP) I found this game very disappointing, having just came from most wanted, I thought that, being the sequel's sequel, it would be two steps better. WRONG! The game play is boring, and it has no bodykit or spoiler customisation. The tuned cars you see on the back of the box are pre-tuned cars that you only get on the last 4 racetracks.
Summary: This game is total amateur! Rubbish modeling of cars!'But oh wait the cars using NOS to go super fast' no it isn't it looks like the cars slowing down the graphics are that bad. It makes the race seem really boring! Need for speed normally good but this game OH DEAR!
Summary: The Good: There's a great selection of cars to choose from, Muscle (Dodge charger/ challenger, Shelby 500 and new concept 500) Super cars like your Lambs and Ford Gt and Even the Zonda to my surpise. The Graphics are relly good but the console cant keep up in places and it lags quite a bit. Maybe its Because the Fat PSP only has half the memory. Outside of the game, there's too much use of basic colours and doesnt look that great.
Summary: The Need for Speed Pro Street may be a game with good graphics, however, it is very easy to lose interest in the game because there is no storyline. In relation to the older need for speed (Need for Speed: Underground 2), this game cannot even compare. So would NOT recommend it...
Summary: I have been a follower of the Need for Speed series ever since Hot Pursuit. One after another they came out and impressed me with amazing graphics, challenging and fun gameplay, and new features to keep me looking forward to the next. This game was no exception. Ever since I bought a PSP I have used it more and more and my other consoles less and less so it made sense to me to buy the new NFS on PSP.