Summary: My son and I have been playing video games together since he was an infant and used to sit on my lap behind the steering wheel to beep the horn or push various buttons while I raced. We had a lot of fun playing Midnight Club and Need for Speed. Honest to God, once when he was about 3 and we were racing, he said, "Mom, do you have a pair of scissors?" I said, "Huh?!" Then he chortled and said, "Because I'm going to cut you off!" and he did!!!
Summary: If you like the NFS FRANCHISE complete your celcion with this it is fun to play and it is nice that you can play on both sides of the law. I myself find it more fun to out run the cops then be one, I think NFS Undercover was better but now I have owned and played every NFS title in the franchize to date
Summary: I saw this game at Walmart as a demo, played it, then loved it! This game inspired me to get a Xbox console! There some pros and cons about this game. Pros: Free play option, Fast cars, great graphics, realistic police cars, and the sirens the same as the real world. Cons: Should have another cop to help you out (which is a major flaw in this game). If you're a person that has a need for speed and busting crime, this the game for you!
Summary: I bought this game for my 11 year old son and he loves it. The game arrived by USPS in great condition well packaged and on time. For this to be a used game it was in perfect condition. I will shop this seller again.
Summary: If you like the old Burnout series then you might like this (personally not a fan of Criterion Games) and their finger prints are all over this game as they were bought up by EA when they went under. The game can be a lot of fun at times and then excrutiatenly difficult at others.You have to drive absolutely balls out and make no mistakes as you advance,oh and did I mention the game is filled with bugs(glitches) that ALWAYS error on the side game.
Alfred D. Cornell "What you think, you are", Amazon
10 May 2013
Summary: When I went to buy a racing game, it was a close call between this one and Need for Speed: Carbon. The deciding factor was how much I hated those police chases that followed some races in Carbon, and the NPC cutscene "attitude" got old fast. I gave up the fully customizeable cars for the ability to focus on the racing, which is the reason I wanted a racing game.
Summary: Although Most Wanted (2012) was the latest game but this game is much more satisfying. At last this game hits the right feel and gameplay. Loves the open road and the police car chase. This game includes the Pass Code for two bonus car.