Reviews and Problems with Need for Speed Undercover
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Hitting the wall
N. Durham "Big Evil", Amazon
13 January 2009
Summary: Another year, another Need for Speed game; we all know the drill. Instead of basically putting a little new polish on an old title, Need for Speed: Undercover instead finds EA's long running street racing series reverting back to the days when the franchise was churning out tired and boring installments.
Summary: This maybe not the worst game I've ever played, but it is a pretty poorly made game, considering EA's reputation with the NFS series. How is the game? Well, in one word: Bad But just to be honest, here are the positive and negative aspects of it: First, the good: 1. Features a great variety of wheels, from street cars to high end exotics, and the cars themselves are quite well-detailed. 2.
Honestly, this is the worst nfs game I have ever owned>
Mrs. Jane Knight, amazon.co.uk
11 January 2009
Summary: A few weeks ago, I tried out Need For Speed Undercover on a PS3. It was very good and I decided to get it on my psp. I bought it for £30, got home and switched it on. As soon as I got on career mode I tried a race. It was totally boring and there was nothing new about it that I noticed apart from the fact that your heat level now goes up alarmingly fast. The graphics were about the standard of Need For Speed Hot pursuit, released around the year 2000.