Reviews and Problems with Need for Speed: Underground Rivals
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NFS Underground Rivals Is a fair title for the value.
11 June 2014
Summary: Need for Speed Underground Rivals is the little brother to the console NFS games. The game is extremely enjoyable and has a good feel to the game. There are two big disappointments for me in this game. One: There's no Cruise/Free Roam Mode. Two: The variety of tracks is practically non-existent. I found myself, early game, playing the same 4 tracks over and over again and the only saving grace was it occasionally lets you run those 4 tracks backward.
Summary: This game is not as good for the ps2 version but it is still fun. It is very old and the first NFS to come out for the psp and the graphics r good for the vechicles but not the background. It is amazing of how good the graphics r for the veichles, they r better than carbons. U can not fix the car up as much as the newer ones but this is the only NFS that u can choose the color of the headlights and neon.
Summary: Longtime racing game need for speed came up with a new title exclusively on psp last year.The game isnt that much of great but still its the first game i got for my psp and i liked it.I think it could have been way better i dont know what they were trying to prove with this game but it isnt the need for speed i once played.
Summary: OK, so it is more fun than I thought it would be. The raceing is different than burnout in more ways than just slower. It is definately slower. However, these races have tons of turns, drifting and jumps. For me this is an advantage over Burnout. Burnout is more fun, but i do appreciate the variety in racing tracks by having lots of jumps. Probably the perfect game would be a Burnout game with jumps. Anyway.
Summary: This is fun but the graphics are bad. They are the graphics you would expect from a ds (horible). its worth a rental but don't buy it. This is not nerly as good as everyone says. I think everyone who gave this a five must have rated it the first day befor the relize how quicly it gets old (It gets old very Quikly). I think they also did not consider the horible graphics when rating this. don't let the other revewers fool you.
Races are a little samey, but still great fun to be had!
P. Smith "Tosk", amazon.co.uk
26 January 2011
Summary: I got this game free with my PSP. I don't usually play driving games, but I stuck with this one having played Need for Speed Underground on the Gamecube. The gameplay is good. The first few races wont have you on the edge of your seat, but as you upgrade your car (or buy better cars) the speed increases and you're in for quite a nice bit of tense, edge of your seat driving. One thing I do like about this game is the way the upgrades have been set out.