Excerpt: Need For Speed Carbon is basically a port of the Xbox version of the game. Obviously, it plays a whole lot different due to the Wii’s control scheme. If you’re a fan of the Need for Speed series, you may have been hoping for something completely different.
Excerpt: EA struck a chord with speed hounds in 2003 with the street racing success Need for Speed Underground. Naturally, strong sales brought us a sequel, a handful of shoddy replicas (SRS and Juiced come to mind), and eventually the release of last year's solid Most Wanted, which launched alongside the...
Excerpt: Continuing the urban street theme of Need for Speed Most Wanted, NFS: Carbon is a moderately similar follow-up to last year's cross-console title; yet the story behind NFS: Carbon makes me long for the cinematic masterpiece that is The Fast and the Furious.
Summary: This game is urban, very urban. Being from the harsh streets of Sussex we're not accustomed to people who have 'game', are called 'Razor' and wear more 'bling' than a well stocked English gift shop. The arrival of this game was greeted with a great deal of caution here at C3 Towers.
Excerpt: NFS:Carbon, or just Carbon, is the best racing experience yet on the Wii. That's not saying much, as we haven't really had a solid racing game for the newest Nintendo console, that is, until now.
Pros: Customization, replay, and Open End gameplay
Cons: Some control schemes SUCK, as does the music.
Conclusion: Eurosport Winter Stars ist ein nettes Spiel, welches gerade Freunde vom Winter Sport ansprechen sollte. Mit den elf verschiedenen Sportarten bietet das Spiel eine menge Möglichkeiten und es gibt im Einzelspieler einiges zu machen.