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Need for Speed Most Wanted
Game Over Online
5 December 2015
Excerpt: For the past few years, the Need For Speed Underground franchise has redefined the urban racing genre, letting players jump deep into the underground racing scene. With a game presentation similar to that of The Fast and The Furious, the Hollywood-like focus on agile cars tearing through a large...
Excerpt: EA really know how to make a videogame that has mass appeal. The Need For Speed series has become a huge favourite amongst the teenage audience and the switch to Underground gave the series a much needed boost in popularity.
Summary: Need for Speed Most Wanted is an excellent racing game, but like so many yearly games it suffers from being only slightly different to the previous years' game. The re-introduction of cops is good and it's nice to have some new race types but the game still has its frustrations such as the constant...
Excerpt: Need For Speed first appeared on the radar as a supercar burnout showcase for the doomed 3DO console. Over the years, the owner of the franchise, the omnipresent Electronic Arts, has tried a number of different angles, but though NFS1 and 2 were popular, subsequent releases failed to set the world...
Summary: Need for Speed Most Wanted delivers a unique, fast-paced and gripping ride in the racing genre as players build up their Rap Sheet and street cred to move their way up the Black List to become the most wanted racer on the streets.
Excerpt: The storyline in previous Need For Speed games have been relatively minor, if not non-existent parts of the game. While Most Wanted’s is just as light, the plot is communicated much better and plays a much larger role than its counterparts.
Excerpt: series decide to go down the road of illegal street racing. The series focused on customizable cars and trying to climb up the underground circuit of street racing. However, illegal street racing needs one thing to make it interesting, a little army of "bacon" to try and keep you from racing.