Summary: Looks like it belongs on the Nintendo 64 , oh no wait...Nintendo 64 graphics are better than this game. The game is so cartoonish and I am so disappointed that this is a Need for Speed game. This is my least favorite out of the series. The best racing game for the Wii console is definitely Mario Kart (not the best graphics either, but great gameplay).
Summary: I enjoyed Pro Street much better than this one. That at least had some semblance of reality - instead of the cartoony version that is Nitro. Game play is okay - but the lack of modding your car is somewhat discouraging.
Summary: My 9 year old likes this game, but I do not. I have played many driving games that were way better. I was hoping this game would allow you to be the police chasing the racers, but to my knowledge it does not. Graphics could be better as well.
Summary: Previous Need for Speed games were fun so I tried Nitro. Pretty cheesy! Poor graphics and more like a cartoon version for young players. No reflection on the seller, but the game is no where close to Carbon or Undercover. I would not recommend it.
Summary: As a person who is fanatical about the NFS series, I must admit I was really looking forward to this game. I had just completed NFS Undercover and prior to that, NFS Carbon, but unfortunately, found Nitro a real let down. The gameplay has descended into an almost 'Cartoon' feel, and with the omission of the live-action video featured in Undercover, this game just left me asking 'what on earth?
Summary: The seller completed his actions promptly so no problem there. The game itself Nitro Wii Need for Speed - well one of the car chase options requires gear changes and I have no idea how to do this on Wii and there are no instructions demos so I keep blowing the engine. Not much fun and a badly designed game if there are no instructions for new users! I wouldn't recommend this game as you can't really play the full range of games because of this. Most disappointing.
Conclusion: This game could actually have been absolutely brilliant, but its lack of options and a couple of other things destroys the entire experience. The two things that really got to me is that you have only one camera to choose from, and that you can't turn off that extremely annoying graffiti that's being painted on every single wall in the otherwise nice environments.